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The Resource Indigenous and cultural psychology : understanding people in context, edited by Uichol Kim, Kuo-shu Yang, Kwang-kuo Hwang, (electronic resource)

Indigenous and cultural psychology : understanding people in context, edited by Uichol Kim, Kuo-shu Yang, Kwang-kuo Hwang, (electronic resource)

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Indigenous and cultural psychology : understanding people in context
Title
Indigenous and cultural psychology
Title remainder
understanding people in context
Statement of responsibility
edited by Uichol Kim, Kuo-shu Yang, Kwang-kuo Hwang
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Language
eng
Summary
Surveys psychological and behavioral phenomena in native context in various developing and developed countries, with focus on Asia. This work clarifies culture-specific concepts (such as paternalism and the Japanese concept of amae), and models integrative methods of study. It aims to dispel typical misconceptions about the field and its goals
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Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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International and cultural psychology series
Indigenous and cultural psychology : understanding people in context, edited by Uichol Kim, Kuo-shu Yang, Kwang-kuo Hwang, (electronic resource)
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Indigenous and cultural psychology : understanding people in context, edited by Uichol Kim, Kuo-shu Yang, Kwang-kuo Hwang, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • 4.
  • Constructive realism and Confucian relationalism: an epistemological strategy for the development of indigenous psychology
  • Kwang-Kuo Hwang
  • 5.
  • From decolonizing psychology to the development of a cross-indigenous perspective in methodology: the Philippine experience
  • Rogelia Pe-Pua
  • II. Family and socialization. 6. Parental ethnotheories of child development: looking beyond independence and individualism in American belief systems
  • Carolyn Pope Edwards et al. 7. Close interpersonal relationships among Japanese: amae as distinguished from attachment and dependence
  • Susumu Yamaguchi & Jukari Ariizumi
  • 8.
  • I. Theoretical and methodological issues. 1. Contributions to indigenous and cultural psychology: understanding people in context
  • Affect and early moral socialization: some insights and contributions from indigenous psychological studies in Taiwan
  • Heidi Fung
  • 9.
  • Cultures are like all other cultures, like some other cultures, like no other culture
  • James Georgas & Kostas Mylonas
  • III. Cognitive processes. 10. The mutual relevance of indigenous psychology and morality
  • Lutz H. Eckensberger
  • 11.
  • Naive dialecticism and the tao of Chinese thought
  • Kaiping Peng, Julie Spencer-Rodgers & Zhong Nian
  • Uichol Kim, Kuo-Shu Yang & Kwang-Kuo Hwang
  • 12.
  • Indian perspectives on cognition
  • R.C. Mishra
  • IV. Self and personality. 13. Indigenous personality research: the Chinese case
  • Kuo-Shu Yang
  • 14.
  • An historic-psycho-socio-cultural look at the self in Mexico
  • Roland Diaz Loving
  • 15.
  • The Chinese conception of the self: towards a person-making perspective
  • 2.
  • Yang Chung-Fang
  • 16.
  • Naive psychology of Koreans' interpersonal mind and behavior in close relationships
  • Sang-Chin Choi & Kibum Kim
  • V. Application. 17. Humanism-materialism: century-long Polish cultural origins and twenty years of research in cultural psychology
  • Pavel Boski
  • 18.
  • Chinese conceptions of justice and reward allocation
  • Zhi-Xue Zhang
  • 19.
  • The scientific foundations of indigenous and cultural psychology: the transactional approach
  • Family, parent-child relationship, and academic achievement in Korea: indigenous, cultural, and psychological analysis
  • Young-Shin Park & Uichol Kim
  • 20.
  • Paternalism: towards conceptual refinement and operationalization
  • Zeynep Aycan
  • 21.
  • Creating indigenous psychologies: insights from empirical social studies of the science of psychology
  • John G. Adair
  • Uichol Kim & Young-Shin Park
  • 3.
  • The importance of constructive realism for the indigenous psychologies approach
  • Fritz G. Wallner & Martin J. Jandl
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1 online resource (xxi, 518 p.)
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online
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9780387286617
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ill.
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