Culturagram Vs. Genogram and an Ecomap

Describe how the Culturagram differs from a genogram and an ecomap, and provide examples of how a
Culturagram would be useful in assessing differences between and within groups.
Identify Hispanic population trends at the national and regional levels
Recognize social and political challenges associated with growing Hispanic presence in the U.S.
Identify assessment tools that social workers may use with immigrants and other groups
Categorize hardships faced by immigrants, refugees, and asylees
Accurately assess background characteristics of Hispanic clients
Operationalize discrimination, bias, and racism faced by clients

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