Indigenous Psychology of Spirituality: In My Beginning Is My End (Palgrave Studies in Indigenous Psychology) (Hardcover)

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Indigenous Psychology of Spirituality: In My Beginning Is My End (Palgrave Studies in Indigenous Psychology) (Hardcover)

By Alvin Dueck (Editor)

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Chapter 1: "In my Beginning is my End", Alvin DueckPart I: Deconstruction and Reconstruction
Chapter 2: Prolegomena for the Development of Indigenous Psychologies of Spirituality: Colonization, Decolonization, and Indigeneity, Alvin Dueck and Michael Marossy
Chapter 3: The Chinese Notions of Harmony: Cognition, Emotion, and Morality of a Strong-Ties Society, Louise SundararajanPart II: Methodologies Reconsidered
Chapter 4: Giving Voice to the Voiceless: A Peaceable Research Paradigm for Psychology in China, Rachel Sing-Kiat Ting and Kejia Zhang
Chapter 5: Psychology of Religion Instrumentation: Systematic Review with an International and Multiple Faith Focus, Kenneth T. Wang and Esther C. TanChapter 6: The "Wonder to Behold" Reflections on Phenomenological Research of Alienic Spirituality, Olga Louchakova-SchwartzPart III: Indigenous Psychologies of religion
Chapter 7: An Indigenous Appalachian Faith Tradition, Ralph W. Hood, Jr. and W. Paul Williamson
Chapter 8: Indigenous Psychology as Religious: Slavic Understanding of Human Psycho-Sexual Development, Andrzej Pankalla and Konrad KośnikChapter 9: Towards Understanding the Psychology of Emotion, Indigenous Spirituality, and Christianity in Korea, Jenny PakChapter 10: How India Almost Lost its Soul: The Detrimental Effects of Ethnocentrism and Colonialism on the Psychology of Spirituality, Pradeep ChakkarathChapter 11: Savoring in Bereavement: The Javanese Journey through Death, Risa Permanadeli and Louise SundararajanChapter 12: Anger toward God among Chinese Christians, Yin Yang and Alvin Dueck Chapter 13: Indigenous Psychologies of Spirituality: Remembering, Excavating, and Individuating, Alvin Dueck
Alvin Dueck is Distinguished Professor of Cultural Psychologies at the Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, USA. His previous books include Between Jerusalem and Athens: Ethics, Psychotherapy and Culture (1995); and A Peaceable Psychology (2009). With grants from the Sir John Templeton Foundation he supported research in cultural psychology of religion in China.
Product Details ISBN: 9783030508685
ISBN-10: 3030508684
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: October 2nd, 2020
Pages: 326
Language: English
Series: Palgrave Studies in Indigenous Psychology