The Praeger Handbook of Social Justice and Psychology [3 volumes]
By introducing and explaining the intersection of two exciting and important areas of study, this landmark work unleashes their potential to address some of the most complex and globally relevant challenges of our time.
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By introducing and explaining the intersection of two exciting and important areas of study, this landmark work unleashes their potential to address some of the most complex and globally relevant challenges of our time.- Provides multiple perspectives on a vast array of social justice issues around the world- Pays attention to inquiry, theory, and process to challenge injustices and inequities perpetuated by the status quo- Addresses social justice within multiple systems and contexts, such as families, schools, organizations, and communities - Examines the global and ideological influences on these systems- Offers theory and data as well as methods, tools, and strategies for confronting current inequities and working toward a more just world through psychological applications
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Chad V. Johnson, PhD, is associate professor of human relations, clinical assistant professor of psychiatry, and a project director in the Center of Applied Research for Nonprofit Organizations at the University of Oklahoma.Harris L. Friedman, PhD, is a Florida-licensed psychologist specializing in clinical psychology and organizational development/consulting.Jeannette Diaz, PhD, is assistant professor of psychology at the University of West Georgia.Zeno E. Franco, PhD, is assistant professor of community engagement at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) in the Department of Family and Community Medicine's Center for Healthy Communities and Research.Bonnie Kaul Nastasi, PhD, is professor in the Department of Psychology at Tulane University.