Dialogues on Culture and Psychology: Interviews with Psychologists from Around the World
Title: Dialogues on Culture and Psychology
Subtitle: Interviews with Psychologists from Around the World
Subject Classification: Psychology, Counselling, Education, Healthcare
BIC Classification: JM, JFSL, MMH
THEMA Classification: JM, JFSL, MKL, JMR, JHMC, JNF
BISAC Classification: PSY008000, SOC002010, EDU034000
Binding: Hardback, pp.(to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: September 2024
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-80441-387-6
ISBN (web pdf): 978-1-80441-388-3
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Dialogues on Culture and Psychology offers a unique and accessible exploration of cross-cultural psychology, making the complex world of cultural differences comprehensible and relevant to both students and practitioners. Developed from a series of enlightening interviews with a number of international psychologists, this book provides a fresh perspective on the practical implications of cultural diversity within the field of psychology.
Organized into chapters that cover major subjects in psychology, from human development to emotions and disorders, the book delves into the rich tapestry of global perspectives. It bridges the gap between theoretical concepts and real-world applications, showing how cultural variances can impact our daily lives.
With a focus on clarity and relevance, this book is a valuable resource for academics and practitioners in psychology who seek to broaden their cultural awareness. Professors will find it a compelling reading choice for students eager to grasp the intricate interplay between culture and psychology. Those interested in the human condition and the impact of cultural diversity will find this book an eye-opening journey into the heart of cross-cultural psychology.
Editor: Dr. Yalçın Açıkgöz is an Associate Professor at Appalachian State University, USA.
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