Psychology Beyond Western Perspectives

  • ID: 2246584
  • Book
  • 240 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Professional psychology has its historical, intellectual, organisational and financial roots in the Western nations. However, much of this ′Western′ psychology neglects the needs of the communities which it now seeks to serve. The book discusses, explains and illustrates some of the potential of psychology beyond the strait–jacket that has been imposed upon it by its intellectual and empirical roots. It provides a positive model for psychological theory, research and practice, and offers a racially and culturally aware perspective.
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1. Beyond the limitations of Western psychology.

2. A universal psychology.

3. The influence of Western psychology upon psychological practice.

4. Interactions between cultures.

5. The social construction of failure.

6. Race, culture and the family.

7. Race, self and culture.

8. Normal development – beyond the Western model.

9. Mixed race and mixed cultures.

10. Euro–centric assumptions, counselling and psychotherapy.

11. Integrating perspectives: meeting wider needs.

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Kwame Owusu–Bempah
Dennis Howitt
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