Self-Determination: Cross-Cultural Implications for Social Work. Heather Sandala University of North Carolina Wilmington. Self-Determination:. Recognized by the social work profession as the “right and need of clients to freedom in making their own choices and decisions” (Hollis, 1967).
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Self-Determination: Cross-Cultural Implications for Social Work
University of North Carolina Wilmington
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