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Gurid Aga Askeland and Malcolm Payne

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781447328704

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447328704.001.0001

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María del Carmen Mendoza Rangel (Mariacarmen Mendoza), 1998

María del Carmen Mendoza Rangel (Mariacarmen Mendoza), 1998

Interviewed by Bertha Mary Rodríguez Villa

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(p.113) Eight María del Carmen Mendoza Rangel (Mariacarmen Mendoza), 1998
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Internationalizing Social Work Education
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Gurid Aga Askeland

Malcolm Payne

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447328704.003.0008

This chapter contains a brief biography and transcript of an interview with Mariacarmen Mendoza, a leader in Mexican social work education, who was awarded the Katherine Kendall Award of the International Association of Schools of Social Work in 1998, for her contribution to international social work education. In addition to her professorship at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mendoza has contributed to adult education, community work, civil society organisations, the development of public administration in Mexico and throughout Latin America. She has also undertaken disaster relief work and been concerned with the impact of environmental issues on poor communities. International work extended her opportunities for contributing on many of these important social issues. In social work education, she helped to develop collective education where subject and practice educators work together to develop curricula that include skills training and sought opportunities for indigenous publications.

Keywords:   Mariacarmen Mendosa, Katherine Kendall Award, International Association of Schools of Social Work, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Adult education, Community work, Civil society organizations, Disaster work, Environmental issues, Collective education

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