Handbook of Critical Psychology

Handbook of Critical Psychology

by Ian Parker

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Critical psychology has developed over time from different standpoints, and in different cultural contexts, embracing a variety of perspectives. This cutting-edge and comprehensive handbook values and reflects this diversity of approaches to critical psychology today, providing a definitive state-of-the-art account of the field and an opening to the lines of argument that will take it forward in the years to come.

The individual chapters by leading and emerging scholars plot the development of a critical perspective on different elements of the host discipline of psychology. The book begins by systematically addressing each separate specialist area of psychology, before going on to consider how aspects of critical psychology transcend the divisions that mark the discipline. The final part of the volume explores the variety of cultural and political standpoints that have made critical psychology such a vibrant contested terrain of debate.

The Handbook of Critical Psychology represents a key resource for researchers and practitioners across all relevant disciplines. It will be of particular interest to students and researchers in psychology, psychosocial studies, sociology, social anthropology and cultural studies, and to discourse analysts of different traditions, including those in critical linguistics and political theory.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781317537175
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/17/2015
Series: Routledge International Handbooks
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 478
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Ian Parker was co-founder and is co-director of the Discourse Unit (www.discourseunit.com), and is Professor of Management at the University of Leicester, and Managing Editor of the Annual Review of Critical Psychology. He edited the four-volume Major Work Critical Psychology for Routledge in 2011, edits the book series Concepts for Critical Psychology, and also authored the Psychology after Critique series.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction, Ian Parker. Part I: Varieties of Psychology and Critique: Part 1a: The Mainstream. 2. Quantitative Methods: Science Means and Ends, Lisa Cosgrove, Emily E. Wheeler and Elena Kosterina. 3. Cognitive Psychology: From the Bourgeois Individual to Class Struggle, Michael Arfken. 4. Behaviourisms: Radical Behaviourism and Critical Inquiry, Maria R. Ruiz. 5. Emotion: Being Moved Beyond the Mainstream, Paul Stenner. 6. Biological and Evolutionary Psychologies: The Limits of Critical Psychology, John Cromby. 7. Personality: Technology, Commodity and Pathology, China Mills. 8. Developmental Psychology: The Turn to Deconstruction, Erica Burman. 9. Social Psychology: A Commentary on Organizational Research, Parisa Dashtipour. 10. Abnormal Psychology: A Psychology of Disorders, Susana Seidmann and Jorgelina Di Iorio. 11. Forensic Psychology: Clinical and Critical, Sam Warner. Part Ib: Radical Attempts to Question the Mainstream. 12. Qualitative Methods: Critical Practices and Prospects from a Diverse Field, Brendan Gough. 13. Theoretical Psychology: A Critical-Philosophical Outline of Core Issues, Thomas Teo. 14. Humanistic Psychology: A Critical Counter Culture, Keith Tudor. 15. Political Psychology: Critical Approaches to Power, Maritza Montero. 16. Community Psychology: Subjectivity, Power, Collectivity, David Fryer and Rachael Fox. 17. Organizational Psychology and Social Issues: The Place of the Place, Mary Jane Paris Spink and Peter Kevin Spink. 18. Counselling Psychology: Critical Achievements, Possibilities and Limitations, Richard House and Colin Feltham. 19. Health Psychology: Towards Critical Psychologies for Well-Being and Social Justice, Yasuhiro Igarashi. 20. Black Psychology: Resistance, Reclamation and Redefinition, Garth Stevens. 21. Psychology of Women: Questions of Politics and Practice, Rose Capdevila and Lisa Lazard. 22. From ‘Lesbian and Gay Psychology’ to a Critical Psychology of Sexualities, Pam Alldred and Nick Fox. Part Ic: Adjacent Parts of Psy-Complex. 23. Alienists and Alienation: Critical Psychiatry in Search of Itself, Janice Haaken. 24. Psychotherapists: Agents of Change or Maintenance Men? Ole Jacob Madsen. 25. Education, Psychology: Change at Last? Tom Billington and Tony Williams. 26. Social Work: Oppression and Resistance, Suryia Nayak. 27. Self-Help: and Pop Psychology, Jan De Vos. Part II: Varieties of Critical Psychology. 28. Activity Theory: Theory and Practice, Manolis Dafermos. 29. Marxist Psychology and Dialectical Method, Mohamed Elhammoumi. 30. Kritische Psychologie: Psychology from the Standpoint of the Subject, Johanna Motzkau and Ernst Schraube. 31. Does Psychoanalysis Have Anything to Say to Critical Psychology? Kareen Ror Malone with Emaline Friedman. 32. Deconstruction: The Foundations of Critical Psychology, Andrew Clark and Alexa Hepburn. 33. Deleuzian Perspectives: Schizoanalysis and the Politics of Desire, Hans Skott-Myhre. 34. Discursive Psychology: Key Tenets, Some Splits and Two Examples, Margaret Wetherell. Part III: Standpoints and Perspectives on Psychology and Critical Psychology: Part IIIa: Perspectives. 35. Feminist Psychology: Researches, Interventions, Challenges, Amana Mattos. 36. Queer Theory: Disarticulating Critical Psychology, Miguel Roselló Peñaloza and Teresa Cabruja Ubach. 37. Liberation Psychology: Another Kind of Critical Psychology, Mark Burton and Luis Gómez. 38. Indigenous Psychologies and Critical-Emancipatory Psychology, Narcisa Paredes-Canilao, Ma. Ana Babaran-Diaz, Ma. Nancy B. Florendo and Tala Salinas-Ramos with S. Lily Mendoza. 39. Postcolonial Theory: Towards a Worlding of Critical Psychology, Desmond Painter. 40. From Critical Disability Studies to Critical Global Disability Studies, Shaun Grech. 41. A Politically Informed Immanent Spirituality for Critical Psychology, Kathleen S.G. Skott-Myhre. Part IIIb: Places. 42. Critical Psychology in Africa: The Impossible Task, Ingrid Palmary and Brendon Barnes. 43. Political Psychology and the American Continent: From Colonization and Domination to Liberation and Emancipation, Raquel S.L. Guzzo. 44. Critical Psychology in the Arab World: Insights from Critical Community Psychology in the Palestinian Colonial Context, Ibrahim Makkawi. 45. ‘Critical Psychology in Asia’: Four Fundamental Concepts, Anup Dhar. 46. European Critical Psychological Trends: An Open Road to Psychological Recidivism, Ángel J. Gordo López and Roberto Rodríguez López. 47. South Pacific: Tensions of Space in Our Place, Leigh Coombes and Mandy Morgan.

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