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Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1
You put effort into putting this paper together. However, you were required to find “important
factors to consider when working with the following special populations.” You did not prepare
an introduction or use subheadings to show what the common factors were. You lost 1.5 points
for not defining the common factors. You earned 3.5 points for this assignment.
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2
Annotated Bibliography
Juleen K. Buser, Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development 37.2 (April 2009): 94-
104
This article is a great article that relates to African Americans seeking mental health
treatment at lower rates than whites. The article states that this disparity can be attributed to
attitudes toward services, alternate coping, and differences in care. This article also illuminates
biases in counseling.
Snowden, Lonnie R, Barriers to Effective Mental Health Services for African Americans, Vol. 3,
Issue 4, 181-187 (Dec. 2001). Social Services and Welfare, Psychology
This article states that many African Americans do not seek proper mental health care. It states
that the ones that do generally drop out. The article attempts to define the causes and the effects
that would help alleviate this problem.
McField, Edward, Culture, acculturation, and social capital: Latinos and use of mental health
services. Loma Linda University, 2010. 3405317
This article states that Latinos suffer from the same mental disorders as others, but when they
do, they receive less than standard care. The article gives the results of studies that state that state
that there is an association between acculturation, models of illness, stigma, need, and mental
health service use.
Organista, Kurt C. New Model for Latinos in Need of Social Work Services, Social Work,
54.4, (Oct 2009). 297-305
This article is wonderful in that it gives some of the best pragmatic models and concepts in
the cultural competence literature. This article states ways in which to enhance cultural
sensitivity, as well as increasing awareness of the Latino experience and understanding of

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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 3
problem patterns in their historical, social, and cultural contexts.
Borup, J. (1999, May/June). Foundations of social work practice with lesbian and gay.
Families in Society, 80.3, 308-309.
Describes a foundation for helping gay and lesbians for the human services
worker. When helping or working with a person who is gay or lesbian it is important to have
knowledge of professional literature, experiences from professional peers, history, and the actual
case information. It is also important to remember the family history, for this characterizes and
confronts any myths associated with this particular lifestyle. The lack of social support and
homophobia can create consequences to those who are not accepting of this community. The
author is educating students about the knowledge and facts on working with the lesbian, gay,
bisexual, and transgender community and the most important is the code of ethics for social
workers.
Cavet, J. (2000, Oct). Children and young people with a hidden disability: and
examination of the social work role. British Journal of Social Work, 30.5, 619.
The recent study described that children and young people with hidden and impairment
received a social work service which was at a minimal level. It is recognized that the level of
social services intervention available to these families may be a reflection of a low priority
assigned to disabled children. A change in priorities is needed which recognizes the importance
of knowledgeable support to disabled children as a means of improving their environment and
reducing families stress levels and the likelihood of abuse or rejection.
Copeland, C.A. (2011, January/February). School librarians of the 21st century using
resources and assistive technologies to support students’ differences and abilities. Knowledge

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