Télécharger le livre :  Psychological Knowledge and Practices in Brazilian Colonial Culture

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...
Editeur : Springer
Parution : 2021-02-09
Collection : Latin American Voices
Format(s) : ePub
94,94
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Télécharger le livre :  Politically Reflective Psychotherapy

This book shows how clinical psychology has been deliberately used to label, control and oppress political dissidence under oppressive regimes and presents an epistemological and theoretical framework to help psychologists deal with the political dilemmas that surround...
Editeur : Springer
Parution : 2020-10-27
Collection : Latin American Voices
Format(s) : PDF, ePub
94,94
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Télécharger le livre :  Dialogical Multiplication

This book presents a theoretical framework developed to support psychologists working with indigenous people and interethnic communities. Departing from the cultural shock experienced as a psychologist working with indigenous people in Brazil, Dr. Danilo Silva Guimarães...
Editeur : Springer
Parution : 2019-11-27
Collection : Latin American Voices
Format(s) : PDF, ePub
84,39
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Télécharger le livre :  Ethnopsychology

This book presents an overview of Mexican ethnopsychology, an original theoretical and methodological approach that seeks to complement the mainstream psychological science – based on universal principles, processes and constructs – with scientific methods to study the...
Editeur : Springer
Parution : 2019-10-08
Collection : Latin American Voices
Format(s) : PDF, ePub
84,39
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