Psychology and Social Responsibility: Facing Global Challenges

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Sylvia Staub, Paula Green
NYU Press, 1992 - 432 páginas

This book brings together for the first time many if the leading writers and thinkers from the psychological and mental health fields. Contributes include Robert Jay Lifton, Joanna Macy, Roger Walsh and others.

 

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Índice

Toward a Socially Responsible Psychology
3
PART
15
Robert Jay Lifton
26
Psychological Approaches
59
PART
87
Roles
121
PART THREE
163
Family Therapy Systems Theory and Nuclear Issues
182
PART FIVE
269
Nonviolent Civil Disobedience
290
Psychologists
305
Understanding the Psychology of Global Activism
327
PART
343
Psychological Contributions to Education for Social
366
Intergenerational Dialogue about Global Concerns
381
PART SEVEN
397

The Community Mental
201
Mental Health Practice in a Global Context
221
PART FOUR
235
A Behavior Change
248

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Sylvia Staub, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Amherst Massachusetts. She is a co-founder of the Western Massachusetts chapter of Psychologists for Social Responsibility and is committed to exploring the connections between psychological theory and practice in the context of global society.

Paula Green is Associate Professor in counseling psychology at Antioch New England Graduate School and maintains a clinical practice. she is currently on the National council of the Fellowship of Reconciliation and the International Network of Engaged Buddhists and is director of Karuna Center , which offers workshops in communication, reconciliation, and peacemaking.

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