4 edition of Handbook of International Psychology found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
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As such, this Handbook is well worth reading by students and researchers interested in the diverse incarnations of school psychology around the world. In others, activist psychologists are pressured to downplay aspects of their work or risk marginalization by the mainstream.
In this four-volume set, Reyes and Jacobs have solicited contributions from authors involved in developing programs and projects. An invaluable reference tool for researchers, practicioners, and students, the Handbook describes the new speciality of international psychology, identifies important international psychology Handbook of International Psychology, forecasts the future of psychology worldwide, and offers readers who are accustomed to Western perspectives a glimpse into psychologies that have different historical and cultural roots.
Ingrid Palmary is an Associate Professor at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg where she is based in the African Centre for Migration and Society. Jacobs is Director of the Disaster Mental Health Institute and a Professor of Psychology at the University of South Dakota.
They describe from personal experience how to implement programs for survivors volume 2Handbook of International Psychology to assist refugees volume 3and how to help people with special needs, such as child soldiers, sexually abused women, and victims of torture volume 4. Destined to be the benchmark in international psychology texts, this indispensable volume provides a comprehensive understanding of the discipline of psychology as it has evolved in different regions of the world, in hopes of advancing Western psychology from its individually based, parochial, and ethnocentric paradigm toward one that takes into account the many interlaced contextual variables that affect human behavior.
Thorndike, Jose Pardo, and Lee M.is Professor of Psychology at Illinois State University.
Each chapter ends with a look ahead to future challenges, many of which will require transnational soltutions.
She has published book chapters and articles in the area of feminist methods in psychology, women in post-conflict reconciliation and gender and the international development industry.
Current and Emerging International Ethical and Professional Development Issues• Table of Contents Volume 1, Fundamental Issues and Overview Set Foreword Acknowledgments Preface Prologue Overview of the International Disaster Psychology Volumes Chapter 1: International Disaster Psychology: Purposes, Principles and Practices Chapter 2: Humanitarian Politics and the Rise of International Disaster Psychology Chapter 3: Toward a Consensus Protocol for Psychosocial Response in Complex Emergencies Chapter 4: In Defense of Community Psychology for International Intervention Chapter 5: Assessing the Psychosocial Needs of Communities Affected By Disaster Chapter 6: Peace-Building, Culturally Responsive Means, and Ethical Practices in Humanitarian Interventions Chapter 7: Effective Intercultural Collaboration on Support Programs Chapter 8: Working Effectively with the Mass Media in Disaster Mental Health Chapter 9: Negotiating the Shrunken Humanitarian Space: Challenges and Options Conclusions and Recommendations Epilogue Index About the Volume Editors About the Contributors About the Series About the Series Editor and Advisory Board Volume 2, Programs and Practices Series Foreword Acknowledgments Preface Prologue Overview of the International Disaster Psychology Volumes Chapter 1: Psychological First Aid Chapter 2: Interventions with Youth and Families: A Prevention and Stepped Care Model Chapter 3: Implementing Programs in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Was It Really Mission Impossible? Best Sellers Rank: 4,352,235 in Books• Best Sellers Rank: 6,526,335 in Books• Overview of International Psychological Ethics• Economic, Political, and Social Influences on Psychological Ethics and Ethics Code Development• Gielen is the senior editor of the Handbook of Culture, Therapy, and Healing 2004.