Theoretical Underpinnings Needed for the Caribbean
In this chapter, when working in the Caribbean there should be a theoretical framework that best works with vulnerable and disenfranchised populations such as, those living in extreme poverty. The theories should be anti-oppressive and social justice-oriented frameworks such as; resiliency theory, intersectionality, and cultural humility.
KeywordsAnti-oppressive practice Intersectionality Cultural humility
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