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Global Psychologies Mental Health and the Global South

Suman Fernando editor.; Roy Moodley editor.

London : Palgrave Macmillan UK : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan ; 2018

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  • Titolo:
    Global Psychologies Mental Health and the Global South
  • Altro autore: Suman Fernando editor.; Roy Moodley editor.
  • Editore: London : Palgrave Macmillan UK : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Anno: 2018
  • Descrizione fisica: 1 online resource (340 pages).
  • Descrizione: Chapter 1: Introduction to Global Psychologies: Mental Health and the Global South; Suman Fernando & Roy Moodley -- Part I: Theoretical, Philosophical and Historical Contexts -- Chapter: 2: Varieties of Global Psychology: Cultural Diversity and Constructions of the Self; Lawrence Kirmayer, Ademola Adeponle & Vivian Dzokoto -- Chapter: 3: Reflections on African and Asian psychologies; Suman Fernando -- Chapter: 4: Contexts, Epistemologies and Practices of Global South Psychologies; Roy Moodley & Jan van der Tempel -- Part II: Traditions of Psychology in the Global South -- Chapter: 5: African Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Healing Traditions; Olaniye Bojuwoye & Mokgadi Moletsane -- Chapter: III: The Self in Hindu Philosophies of Liberation; Hillary Rodrigues -- Chapter: 7: Buddhist Orientations to Mental Health; Hillary Rodrigues -- Chapter: 8: Psychology from an Islamic Perspective; Amber Haque -- Chapter: 9: Chinese Cultural Healing: Confucianism and Daoism; Kwang-kuo Hwang -- Chapter: 10: Indigenous Psychology in Aotearoa / New Zealand and Australia; Waikaremoana Waitoki, Pat Dudgeon & Linda Waimarie Nikora -- Chapter: 11: Respect and Relationships: A perspective on Indigenous Mental Health from Turtle Island / North America; Michael Thrasher & Julian A. Robbins -- Chapter: 12 Healing Systems of the Mapuche people of Chile; Ana Maria Oyarce Pisane -- Part III: Liberation Psychologies -- Chapter: 13: Frantz Fanon’s Psychology of Black Consciousness; Lewis Gordon & LaRose Parris -- Part IV: Contemporary Movements -- Chapter: 16: Indigenous Psychologies and Approaches to Wellbeing in East Asia; Boon-Ooi Lee -- Chapter 17: From denial to collaboration: reflections on shamanism and psychiatry based on a case study in Chile; Ana Maria Oyarce Pisane -- Chapter 18: Contemporary Applications of Confucian Healing; Kwang-kuo Hwang.
    This book critiques our reliance on Eurocentric knowledge in the education and training of psychology and psychiatry. Chapters explore the diversity of ‘constructions of the self’ in non-Western cultures, examining traditional psychologies from Africa, Asia, Australasia, and Pre-Columbian America. The authors discuss liberation psychologies and contemporary movements in healing and psychological therapy that draw on both Western and non-Western sources of knowledge. A central theme confronted is the importance, in a rapidly shrinking world, for knowledge systems derived from diverse cultures to be explored and disseminated equally. The authors contend that for this to happen, academia as a whole must lead in promoting cross-national and cross-cultural understanding that is free of colonial misconceptions and prejudices. This unique collection will be of value to all levels of study and practice across psychology and psychiatry and to anyone interested in looking beyond Western definitions and understandings. .
  • Soggetti: Cross-cultural psychology; Culture; Self; Identity (Psychology); Psychiatry; Cross Cultural Psychology; Global/International Culture; Self and Identity; Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinary; Psychiatry
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Identificativo: ISBN: 1-349-95816-6
  • Lo trovi in: Risorse Elettroniche UniNA "Federico II"

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