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Bahira Sherif–Trask

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Chapter 18: The Challenge of Cultural Competence: An Introduction to Working with American Muslims and Their Families

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The Challenge of Cultural Competence: An Introduction to Working with American Muslims and Their Families
The challenge of cultural competence: An introduction to working with American muslims and their families
BahiraSherif–TraskUniversity of Delaware

The last several years have witnessed an increased interest in Muslims and their families in the United States. Although Muslims in the United States have a long, complex history, they have only come to the foreground of public attention due to recent political events. Despite a certain amount of media notoriety, there has been scant research on American Muslims and their families. This lack of information leads to biases and assumptions that may influence the delivery and the types of services available to American Muslims. Most important, it obscures the fact that this is ...

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