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Baby Boomers of ColorImplications for Social Work Policy and Practice$
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Melvin Delgado

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780231163019

Published to Columbia Scholarship Online: November 2015

DOI: 10.7312/columbia/9780231163019.001.0001

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Classification of Asset-Driven Interventions

Classification of Asset-Driven Interventions

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(p.152) (p.153) 10 Classification of Asset-Driven Interventions
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Baby Boomers of Color
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Melvin Delgado

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Columbia University Press
DOI:10.7312/columbia/9780231163019.003.0010

The introduction of an assets perspective on boomers of color brings great potential for innovation and the excitement that often accompanies bold new approaches. Unfortunately, bold new approaches also bring resistance to change and cause anxiety, and this can be coupled with the presence of racism, classism, and ageism to make these changes in thinking and service delivery much more arduous to accomplish. This chapter aims to help practitioners classify innovative efforts that tap boomer of color assets. It presents three-part classification and seven-point criteria for evaluating practice, which holds much promise for the field. Practices can be categorized into three classes: best practices, promising practices, and emerging practices. The seven criteria that can be applied to best, promising, and emerging practices are: culturally appropriate effectiveness, impact, replicability, (5) scalabilty, (6) sustainability, and (7) innovativeness.

Keywords:   baby boomers of color, baby boom generation, social work practice, social workers, cultural assets

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