Social work in Africa: exploring culturally relevant education and practice in Ghana
SubjectSocial work education—Africa—Western influences
Social work education—Africa—History
Universities and colleges—Africa—History
Social service—Africa—Western influences
Curriculum change—Social aspects—Africa
Curriculum change— Social aspects—Ghana
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