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APA handbook of community psychology. Vol. 1, Theoretical foundations, core concepts, and emerging challenges

Author: Meg A Bond; Irma García de Serrano; Christopher Keys; Marybeth Shinn
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2017.
Series: APA handbooks in psychology.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This two-volume handbook summarizes and makes sense of exciting intellectual developments in the field of community psychology. As a discipline that is considered a half century old in the United States, community psychology has grown in the sophistication and reach of theories and research. Reviewing the chapters of the APA Handbook of Community Psychology, the reader will readily notice several themes emerge.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Additional Physical Format: APA handbook of community psychology.
Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, [2017]
(DLC) 2016020557
(OCoLC)962890238
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Meg A Bond; Irma García de Serrano; Christopher Keys; Marybeth Shinn
ISBN: 9781433822575 1433822571 9781433822599 1433822598
OCLC Number: 958883092
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement.
Description: 1 online resource (xxxi, 521 pages).
Contents: Part I. Orientation to theory, core concepts, and emerging challenges. Community psychology for the 21st century / Meg A. Bond, Irma Serrano-García, and Christopher B. Keys --
Catalysts and connections : the (brief) history of community psychology throughout the world / Stephanie M. Reich, Brian Bishop, Ronelle Carolissen, Peta Dzidic, Nelson Portillo, Toshi Sasao, and Wolfgang Stark --
The ethics of community psychology : actors, values, options, and consequences / Alipio Sánchez Vidal --
Part II. Theoretical foundations. The contribution of social ecological thinking to community psychology : origins, practice, and research / Penelope Hawe --
Positioning the critical in community psychology / Scotney D. Evans, Paul Duckett, Rebecca Lawthom, and Natalie Kivell --
Feminism and community psychology : compelling convergences / Stephanie Riger --
Community psychology and liberation psychology : a creative synergy for an ethical and transformative praxis / Maritza Montero, Christopher C. Sonn, and Mark Burton --
Prospects for synergies and symbiosis : relationships between community psychology and other subdisciplines of psychology / Bret Kloos and Rhonda L. Johnson --
Interdisciplinary contributions to community psychology and transdisciplinary promise / Douglas D. Perkins and Jean J. Schensul --
Part III. Core concepts. The what, the how, and the who of empowerment : reflections on an intellectual history / Christopher B. Keys, Elizabeth McConnell, Darnell Motley, C. Lynn Liao,and Kathleen McAuliff --
Prevention and promotion : toward an improved framework for research and action / David L. DuBois --
Diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion / Sita G. Patel, Kevin Tabb, and Stanley Sue --
Community as a multifaceted concept / Mariane Krause and Cristian R. Montenegro --
Social support and social capital : a theoretical synthesis using community psychology and community sociology approaches / Susan Saegert and Richard M. Carpiano --
On participation and participatory practices / Arza Churchman, Esther Wiesenfeld, and Elisheva Sadan --
Part IV. Expanding our understanding of context. A community psychology approach to structure and culture in family interventions / Celia J. Gomez and Hirokazu Yoshikawa --
The widening economic divide : economic disparities and classism as critical community context / Heather E. Bullock --
Gender as context : a framework for understanding and addressing gendered qualities of settings / Meg A. Bond and Sharon M. Wasco --
Situating sexual orientation and gender identity diversity in context and communities / Gary W. Harper and Bianca D. M. Wilson --
A call to consciousness : community psychology and disability / Katherine McDonald, Dora Raymaker, and Colleen M. Gibbons --
Development and context across the lifespan : a community psychology synthesis / Emily J. Ozer and Irene Russo --
A community psychology perspective on religion and religious settings / Nathan R. Todd --
Part V. Emerging opportunities, challenges, and controversies. Community psychology misdirected? The case of evidence-based interventions / Sarah Beehler and Edison J. Trickett --
Emerging technologies : challenges and opportunities for community psychology / Heidi J. Figueroa Sarriera and Bárbara González Hilario --
A critical look at globalization processes and at the internationalization of community psychology / Donata Francesca. part I. Orientation to theory, core concepts, and emerging challenges --
part II. Theoretical foundations --
part III. Core concepts --
part IV. Expanding our understanding of context --
part V. Emerging opportunities, challenges, and controversies.
Series Title: APA handbooks in psychology.
Other Titles: American Psychological Association handbook of community psychology
Handbook of community psychology
Responsibility: editors, Meg A. Bond, Irma Serrano-García, Christopher B. Keys, and Marybeth Shinn.

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