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Integrating multiculturalism and intersectionality into the psychology curriculum : strategies for instructors

Author: Jasmine A Mena; Kathryn Quina
Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Multicultural and intersectional aspects of identity are crucial components of human psychology. Yet, properly teaching and accounting for these factors in psychology courses can be a challenge. This comprehensive book provides instructors with practical guidance for incorporating multicultural perspectives into their courses and creating more welcoming and inclusive classrooms. The contributors are experienced  Read more...
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Integrating multiculturalism and intersectionality into the psychology curriculum
Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, [2019]
(DLC) 2018051485
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jasmine A Mena; Kathryn Quina
ISBN: 9781433830075 1433830078
OCLC Number: 1060180405
Description: xxi, 348 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: I. Multiculturalism and intersectionality in the psychology classroom : Teaching from an intersectional perspective: an overview / Brittney Poindexter and Kathryn Quina --
Developing a culturally competent and inclusive curriculum: a comprehensive framework for teaching multicultural psychology / Annemarie Vaccaro --
Racial microaggressions and difficult dialogues in the classroom / Tammy Vargas Warner --
II. Gender, ethnic, and sociocultural perspectives: specialized courses and content areas : Who is the woman in the psychology of women?: Addressing diversity and intersectionality / Beverly J. Goodwin, Camille J. Interligi, Ashley E. Kasardo, Maureen C. McHugh, and Andrea D. Poet --
Intersectionality in teaching the psychology of men / Christopher Kilmartin --
Integrating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer issues in the psychology curriculum / Jacqueline S. Weinstock --
Psychology of Asian Americans / Connie S. Chan and Kattalina Berriochoa --
Teaching Africana psychology / Lisa Whitten, Halford H. Fairchild, and Harriette W. Richard --
Teaching Latinx psychology / Jasmine A. Mena and Melba J.T. Vásquez --
Weaving American Indian and Alaska native topics into the psychology curriculum / Joseph E. Trimble and Gayle Skawen:nio Morse --
Intersections among religion, culture, gender, and mental health / Kate Miriam Loewenthal--
Disability as an intersectional diversity variable in the psychology curriculum / Julie L. Williams --
Teaching about poverty and social class: fostering class consciousness / Heather E. Bullock and Bernice Lott --
Teaching cultural and transnational psychology: taking intersectionality across the globe / Lynn H. Collins --
Nontraditional students: multigenerational, multilocational, and multicultural / Mary Zahm and Kathryn Quina --
III. Integrating diversity Into general psychology courses : The introductory psychology course from a more diverse human perspective / Su L. Boatright-Horowitz, Savannah McSheffrey, Marisa E. Marraccini, and Yvette Harps-Logan --
Teaching personality and abnormal psychology with inclusivity / Alice W. Cheng, Kathy McCloskey, and Mala L. Matacin --
Teaching developmental psychology: celebrating the dialectics of development / Kathleen S. Gorman and Celeste M. Caviness --
Overcoming student defensiveness in social psychology courses: a collaborative workshop for discussing privilege and prejudice / Andrea L. Dottolo --
Multicultural considerations in the psychology research methods course / Jasmine A. Men, Nathan E. Cook, and Kathryn Quina --
Teaching biopsychology: multicultural findings and implications / Lisa Weyandt, Danielle R. Oster, Bergljot Gyda Gudmundsdottir, and Meghan Lamarre Rinaldi-Young --
Teaching critical, multivocal histories of psychology: uncovering diversity / Kelli Vaughn-Johnson and Alexandra Rutherford --
Including social determinants of health disparities in health psychology / Colleen A. Redding and Miryam Yusufov --
Diversity education in professional psychology / Kathleen A. Malloy, Julie L. Williams, LaTrelle D. Jackson, Janeece R. Warfield, and Steven Kniffley.
Responsibility: edited by Jasmine A. Mena and Kathryn Quina.

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Provides instructors with practical guidance for incorporating multicultural perspectives into their courses and creating more welcoming and inclusive classrooms. Chapters examine specific  Read more...

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