Cross-Cultural Psychology: Contemporary Themes and by Kenneth D. Keith

By Kenneth D. Keith

This e-book situates the basic parts of psychology inside a cultural viewpoint, exploring the connection of tradition to mental phenomena, from creation and examine foundations to scientific and social rules and applications.• Includes contributions from an skilled, foreign staff of researchers and teachers• Brings jointly new views and learn findings with confirmed mental principles• Organized round key problems with modern cross-cultural psychology, together with ethnocentrism, range, gender and sexuality and their position in examine methods• Argues for the significance of tradition as an crucial part within the educating of psychology

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