4 edition of Special issue on the Indigenous Psychologies (International Journal of Psychology) found in the catalog.
August 9, 2006
by Psychology Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Carl Martin Allwood (Editor), John Berry (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||77|
Vol Issue 1. Original Article. Indigenous Psychology: Grounding Science in Culture, Why and How? Louise Sundararajan. E-mail address: [email protected] Regional Forensic Unit, Rochester, New York, United States. Search for more papers by this author. Louise Sundararajan. So how is the health and wellbeing of Indigenous people faring following the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People? This Special issue will explore the many dimensions of health and wellbeing that impact upon Indigenous health and wellbeing from a political, economic, justice, epidemiological, social or rights-based perspective.
Start studying Psychology: cross-cultural and indigenous psychology. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Journal of Indigenous Research. This Journal was created in response to community requests for information about research that has been conducted among their people. The focus of this publication is to obtain articles about research conducted with Indigenous populations- written for laypeople - and approximately words.
Features: Based on a workshop, Scientific Advances in Indigenous Psychologies: Philosophical, Cultural and Empirical Contributions, held in Taipei, Taiwan, in October , this book presents diverse viewpoints, approaches, and perspectives in indigenous psychology from researchers and scholars from around the world, with a particular focus on Price: $ Australian Journal of Psychology is the premier scientific journal of the Australian Psychological Society, with a two-year impact factor of The journal publishes high quality peer-reviewed articles on all topics of psychological research. The scope ranges from reports of experimental and service studies, including reports of qualitative investigations, on pure and applied topics.
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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 its own cultural contexts.
Indigenous psychologies provide. Special issue of APA's Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, Vol.
39, No. 2, May Contributors are indigenous psychologists coming from 4 cultures (Chinese, Indian, African, and Western) and 4 geographical locations (Taiwan, United States, Sweden, and Africa).
PDF | On Aug 1,Carl Martin Allwood and others published Preface: Special issue on the indigenous psychologies | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
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.
Two issues pertaining to contemporary psychology are also discussed, namely, the influence of the positive psychology movement in South African psychology and the question of indigenous : Adrian Brock. Indigenous Psychologies: A Special Issue of the International Journal of Psychology 1st Edition.
Carl Martin Allwood, John Berry J 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. Indigenous psychology is defined by Kim and Berry () as "the scientific study of human behavior or mind that is native, that is not transported from other regions, and that is designed for its people." Indigenous psychology generally advocates examining knowledge, skills and beliefs people have about themselves and studying them in their natural contexts.
Special issue on the indigenous psychologies. International Journal of Psychology, 41, – Google Scholar. Berry, J. Psychology in and of Canada: One small step towards a universal psychology. Google books preview of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology –. 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, historial, philosophical, and religious perspectives.
tor of three books, three special issues of journals, and numerous articles and chapters in books. Adair’s research and writing has focused on social studies of the science of psychology, addressing such topics as the social nature of human research methodology, ethics of research with.
We also present an integrative summary of the four articles included in this special issue and show how they illustrate our definition and typology of indigenous research on Chinese management, as well as the various methodological approaches we advocate.
In Enriquez, V. (Ed.), Indigenous psychology: A book of readings: Quezon. Cultural perspectives on Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian students' school motivation and engagement Janet Mooney, Marjorie Seaton, Gurvinder Kaur, Herbert W.
Marsh, Alexander Seeshing Yeung Pages In this Special Issue, we provide insights into how a variety of Indigenous research methodologies have been utilized in water justice and governance projects.
Contributors will link Indigenous theory to practice by emphasizing research that places knowledge holders and practitioners as experts, rather than merely “the researched”. On the Issue of an Appropriate Culture Concept for the Indigenous Psychologies and on the Limits of Philosophy, Carl Martin Allwood.
By SERRC on Febru • (5) Author Information: Carl Martin Allwood, University of Gothenburg, [email protected] Allwood, Carl Martin. This India-focused special issue on spirituality and psychology was catalyzed by two symposia at the Cente-nary Conference on Psychology at the University of Cal-cutta (Oct.
9–11, ). Five of this issue’s papers emerged from those symposia, which drew together Indian- and US-based psychologists. A subsequent open call drew several. A special issue of Applied Psychology (, pp.
–) was entitled ‘Indigenous psychologies: The meaning of the concept and its assessment’. This title is rather odd and the reference of ‘its’ doubtful. What is does tell us is that in the meaning of ‘indigenous psychology’ was still in need of clarification, and it cannot be said that the content of the issue contributed.
The list includes Indigenous Psychology and National Consciousness (Enriquez, ), From Colonial to Liberation Psychology (Enriquez, ), a chapter contribution to Blowers and turtle’s () book Psychology moving East (Enriquez, ), and his last publication before he passed away in.
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.
Indian psychology refers to an emerging scholarly and scientific subfield of logists working in this field are retrieving the psychological ideas embedded in indigenous Indian religious and spiritual traditions and philosophies, and expressing these ideas in psychological terms that permit further psychological research and application.
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1 (): Allwood, Carl Martin. “On the Issue of an Appropriate Culture Concept for the Indigenous Psychologies and on the Limits of Philosophy.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 3.Indigenous Psychologies - International Type n Journal articles Commentaries and replies 4 Editorials and Introductions to special issues 9 Book sections including articles published in conference proceedings 17 Handbook entries 8 Book review 11 Total records Number of records in final dataset.Critical Reflexivity in Indigenous and Cross-cultural Psychology: A Decolonial Approach to Curriculum?
American Journal of Community Psychology, 62(), p. (ff.) Notes on decolonizing psychology: from one Special Issue to another South African Journal of Psychology, 47(4), p. (ff.).