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Community Care in a Multi-Racial Society: incorporating the user view

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Recent policy debates are beginning to recognise the potential significance of race in formulating social care policy. This occurs within a wider policy context that emphasises user views. Community service provision, however, has not been responsive to the views of the black user. This paper, by exploring current policy and practice, argues that successful community care cannot rely merely on an understanding of black user views. It must also appraise the organisation and delivery of community services to people who form black minorities.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 1991

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