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Indigenous Psychologies

Research and Experience in Cultural Context (Cross Cultural Research and Methodology)

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Published by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social research & statistics,
  • Social, group or collective psychology,
  • Ethnopsychology,
  • Psychology,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Social Psychology,
  • Social Psychology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUichol Kim (Editor), John Berry (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7908548M
    ISBN 100803951418
    ISBN 109780803951419

    Therefore, some psychologists decided to develop indigenous psychologies in reaction to the dominance of Western psychology. According to an international survey conducted by Allwood and Berry (), the indigenization movement of psychology has occurred in different regions all over the world since the s. This volume introduces Asian indigenous psychologies with an emphasis on major theoretical and practical issues. The contributions demonstrate the potential for the indigenous psychologies of Asia to offer an alternative model of the internationalization of psychology—an internationalization not dominated by Western psychology.

    Asian Indigenous Psychologies in the Global Context by Kuang-Hui Yeh, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Indigenous Psychologies are systems of knowledge based on paradigms that originate in particular localities and cultures (Kim et al., ). Native peoples of the Americas, aboriginal peoples in Australia and New Zealand, Chinese, Japanese, African, Hawaiian, Filipinos, Latin American, and Indian scholars (among others) are contesting the.

    Nuria Ciofalo’s new book, Indigenous Psychologies in an Era of Decolonization, reads like a full-blown response to this picture. It not only sheds light on the power imbalance but also turns it upside down. The indigenous peoples and their voices are at the center of the book. They are not silenced but heard. Any students of indigenous psychology cannot miss reading this volume."--Ying-yi Hong, Choh-Ming Li Professor of Marketing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong "Prof. Yang left the most valuable legacy in Asian indigenous psychology. The debates among international scholars included in this book are extremely inspiring." --Susumu Price: $


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Indigenous Psychology is an intellectual movement across the globe, based on the following factors: A reaction against the colonization/hegemony of Western psychology. The need for non-Western cultures to solve their local problems through indigenous practices and applications.

The field of psychology has generally followed the western world’s frameworks for explaining life. Indigenous Psychologies, rooted in place, challenge the western paradigm. A new book provides new insights into emerging psychological theory: Indigenous Psychologies in an Era of Decolonization, edited by Nuria Ciofalo.

I summarize Indigenous Psychologies book quote. Book Description. Indigenous psychologies are attempts to portray the concepts, and to present the evidence, about human behaviour and experience from a point of view within the cultural traditions of the group.

It takes a position that distances itself from a uniform (usually Western) psychology, and explores human psychological variation in. Perusal of the book offers many and diverse answers to the question, 'What are indigenous psychologies?' The chapters are written at a level most suitable for social sciences professionals, graduate students, and other researchers who are interested in including 'culture' and cultural groupings in their work.

What is Indigenous Psychology. Definition of Indigenous Psychology: Understanding each culture from its own frame of reference, including its own ecological, historical, philosophical, and religious or spiritual context; based on knowledge which emerges from the target culture rather than either directly or indirectly from another location; an underlying premise which suggests.

Since indigenous psychology has been defined as a psychological understanding developed and historically rooted in a particular cultural context and designed primarily for. • Indigenous psychologies: a contestation for epistemic justice. • The ecological context and the methods of inquiry and praxes.

• Environmental impact assessment of deforestation in three communities of the Lacandon Rainforest. • Public policy development for community and ecological wellbeing.

Psychology and the Korean Psychological Association. He has published Korean Psychology(, Chung-Ang University Press) and co-edited Psychology of the Korean People(Dong-a Publisher, ) and Individualism and Collectivism(Sage, ).

He has devoted himself to developing Korean indigenous psychology for the past twenty years. Address corre. Moghaddam, F. Psychology in the three worlds: As reflected by the crisis in social psychology and the move toward indigenous Third World psychology.

American Psychologist, 35, – CrossRef Google Scholar. This volume presents research on indigenous psychological concepts in an Asian context.

The authors first discuss the theory of Asian indigenous psychology in a global context, exploring potential contributions indigenous psychologies can make to global psychology. Indigenous Psychologies, rooted in place, challenge the western paradigm.

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Paul Heelas, Andrew Lock. Academic Press, - Psychology - pages. 0 Reviews. Book January Among the topics featured: • Scientific and philosophical bases of indigenous psychology • Comparisons of indigenous, cultural, and cross-cultural psychologies.

The book is a pioneer in indigenous and cultural psychology. it is quite comprehensive, comprising no fewer than 30 contributors, all specialists in indigenous and cultural psychology.

Indigenous and cultural psychology challenges the mainstream, traditional understanding of the nature of people, compelling us to rethink, in radical. In his book, C.G. Jung and the Sioux Stepping back and honoring Indigenous psychologies means embracing decolonization and embracing “plurivisions and solidarity with the struggle for.

The book is a pioneer in indigenous and cultural psychology. it is quite comprehensive, comprising no fewer than 30 contributors, all specialists in indigenous and cultural psychology.

Indigenous and cultural psychology challenges the mainstream, traditional understanding of the nature of people, compelling us to rethink, in radical /5(3). Indigenous psychology is an emerging new field in psychology, focusing on psychological universals in social, cultural, and ecological contexts - Starting point for psychologists who wish to understand various cultures from their own ecological.

This book addresses the need to center Indigenous psychologies as key strategy to decolonize knowledge production and action and constructs a pedagogy centering Indigenous knowledge systems and building transformative academic-community partnerships.

‎This groundbreaking volume explores the capacity of Indigenous psychologies to counter the effects of longstanding colonization on traditional cultures and habitats. It chronicles the editor’s extensive research in the Lacandon Rainforest in southern Mexico, illustrating respectful methodologies and.

Book Asian Indigenous Psychologies in the Global Context. Yeh, K. (Ed) () This volume introduces Asian indigenous psychologies with an emphasis on major theoretical and practical issues.

The contributions demonstrate the potential for the indigenous. All Psychologies are Indigenous. While the term “indigenous” is often used to refer to “native” people and cultures, post-modern ideological and socio-political uses of the term have resulted in a growing opinion among psychologists that all psychologies are “indigenous” to the cultures in which they arise and are sustained.“Indigenous Healing Psychology is a powerful, provocative, and enlivening book that, through Katz’s expansive and inspiring voice, offers psychology just what it needs to hear in order to fulfill its promise to be truly healing and : In consideration of the extraordinary high prevalence of mental health and substance abuse problems among many indigenous peoples, as well as the associated relative ineffectiveness of standard mental health practices, a call is made for “evidenced-based, culturally relevant health practices that emerge from a constructionist framework rooted in Indigenous psychologies”.