The home of the Semitic language Arabic is the Arabian Peninsula, but its spread throughout Egypt, and North Africa, followed Arab conquests, with Arabic being adopted by the subject populations, while Egyptian and Berber fell into eclipse.The spread of English around the world, now as the language of science and business, followed the expansion of the British, but the adoption of English continues long after the retreat of the British.This pamphlet provides an overview of the historic role, accomplishments, and challenges which face HBCUs as they carry out their unique mission.The information will allow the reader to consider HBCUs as a valid choice in meeting the educational needs of minority and nonminority students.The question is, why did so many scholars, especially feminists, express one sentiment behind closed doors and another out in the open?
Three case studies provide a frame of reference designed to illuminate the complexity that professionals are faced with when counseling issues are viewed through one's unique gender, cultural and spiritual worldview. Gender issues in counselor education: Current status and challenges.
Implications for counselors and the counseling field are provided.
Although significant developments in gender, multicultural, and spiritual/religious research have further defined professional competencies, the impact of globalization and subsequent cultural/ethnic diversity have had a growing influence on professional practice which necessitates a broader base of understanding of human development. Spirituality and psychological adaptation among women with HIV/AIDS: Implications for counseling.
Chinese is the dominant language of the Chinese heartland, but now the language used by Mongols, Turks, and Tibetans under the sway of China.
Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) were established to serve the educational needs of black Americans.