|Title||The case for asset-based interventions with indigenous peoples: Evidence from Hawai'i|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2011|
|Journal||International Social Work|
|Pagination||35 - 50|
Two movements are shaping social work in Hawai’i in the era of globalization: (a) the Assets Movement, and (b) the Indigenous Peoples Movement. Data from an asset-based Individual Development Account (IDA) program for indigenous Hawaiians are analyzed. Findings suggest that, under certain conditions, asset-based interventions may promote social development among indigenous peoples.
|Short Title||International Social Work|