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Psychological Knowledge and Practices in Brazilian Colonial Culture

Marina Massimi

This book examines the complexities of the colonization of the territory that is now Brazil and its shaping of psychological knowledge and practice. It reveals the rich network of cultural practices that were formed through the appropriation of elements of Jesuit...

2021-02-09 |

Springer

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Reviewing Design Process Theories

Mahmud Rezaei

This interdisciplinary book explores design theories, combining research from a range of fields including architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design, industrial design, software engineering, environmental psychology, geography, anthropology, and...



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The Sage Handbook of Social Constructionist Practice

Celiane Camargo-Borges , Mary Gergen , Sheila Mcnamee , Emerson F Rasera

The SAGE Handbook of Social Constructionist Practice is the first major survey of innovations in professional practice emerging from a social constructionist orientation to social science. This key perspective has been unique in its stimulation of pioneering practices...

2020-09-30 |

SAGE Publications Ltd



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A Sociological Analysis of Depression in China

I-Hsin Hsiao

This book explores the relationship between macro-social structure, social construction and micro-healthcare behaviors. It constructs a two-layered and two-faceted sociological analytical framework to analyze the causes of depression in China and account for the...

2020-09-10 |

Springer



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Researching Peace, Conflict, and Power in the Field

Yasemin Gülsüm Acar , Sigrun Marie Moss , Özden Melis Ulug

This edited volume offers useful resources for researchers conducting fieldwork in various global conflict contexts, bringing together a range of international voices to relay important methodological challenges and opportunities from their experiences. The book...

2020-08-29 |

Springer

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Peace Psychology Book Series



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Together Apart

Tegan Cruwys , Alex Haslam , Jolanda Jetten , Stephen D. Reicher

Written by leading social psychologists with expertise in leadership, health and emergency behaviour – who have also played an important role in advising governments on COVID-19 – this book provides a broad but integrated analysis of...

2020-07-13 |

SAGE Publications Ltd



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Masculine Power and Gender Equality: Masculinities as Change Agents

Russell Luyt , Kathleen Starck

This book explores how political institutions can challenge dominant and normative masculinities, guiding thinking instead toward a transformation of gendered power structures and general equality.  Representing a range of relevant areas, the expert chapter...

2020-03-03 |

Springer



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A Philosophical View of the Ocean and Humanity

Anders Omstedt

This book is about the ocean and about the future. It is written in two modes, a concerned analytical scientific mode and an intuitive artistic mode in which the ocean is given a voice. The disconnect in the relationship between human dependency on and feelings...

2020-02-03 |

Springer



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Psychotherapy and the Social Clinic in the United States

William M. Epstein

This book offers a compelling critical analysis of American society by examining the role of psychotherapy within social policy and the culture that has fashioned it. It takes a deeply critical look at ‘the social clinic,’ defined here as a ubiquitous organizational...

2019-12-07 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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n-Culturalism in Managing Work and Life

Andre A. Pekerti

This book introduces the concept of n-Culturalism – a play on the notation of sub-sample size indicating that multiple and different samples can exist within a body of work/research. It suggests that n-Culturals are a different type of multicultural individual, with...



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