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Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: Understanding People in Context

Uichol Kim, Kuo-Shu Yang, Kwang-Kuo Hwang (Eds.)
2006

KIM

ISBN: 
0-387-28661-6
Pages: 
518
Cost: 
US$70 (hb)

 

Table of contents
 
I. THEORETICAL AND METHODLOGICAL ISSUES

1. Contributions to Indigenous and Cultural Psychology:  Understanding People in Context
Uichol Kim, Kuo-Shu Yang, and Kwang-Kuo Hwang

2. The Scientific Foundation of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: The Transactional Approach
Uichol Kim and Young-Shin Park

3. The Importance of Constructive Realism
Fritz G. Wallner and Martin J. Jandl

4. Constructive Realism and Confucian Relationalism: An Epistemological Strategy for the Development of Indigenous Psychology
Kwang-Kuo Hwang

5. From Decolonizing Psychology to the Development of a Cross-indigenous Perspective in Methodology: The Philippine Experience
Rogelia Pe-Pua

II. FAMILY AND SOCIALIZATION

6. Parental Ethnotheories of Child Development: Looking Beyond Independence and Inividualism in  American Belief Systems
Carolyn Pope Edwards, Lisa Knoche, Vibeke Aukrust, Asiye Kumru, and Misuk Kim

7. Close Interpersonal Relationships among Japanese: Amae as Distinguished from Attachment and Dependence
Susumu Yamaguchi and Yukari Ariizumi

8. Affect and Early Moral Socialization: Some Insights and Contributions from Indigenous Psychological Studies in Taiwan
Heidi Fung

9. Cultures are Like All Other Cultures, Like Some Other Cultures, Like No Other Culture
James Georgas and Kostas Mylonas

III. COGNITIVE PROCESSES

10. The Mutual Relevance of Indigenous Psychology and Morality
Lutz Eckensberger

11. Naive Dialecticism and the Tao of Chinese Thought
Kai-Ping Peng, Julie Spencer-Rodgers, and Zhong Nian

12. Indian perspectives on cognition
Ramesh Mishra

IV. SELF AND PERSONALITY

13. Indigenous Personality Research: The Chinese Case
Kuo-Shu Yang
   
14. An Historic-Psycho-Socio-Cultural look at the self in Mexico
Rolando Diaz-Loving

15. The Chinese Conception of the Self: Towards a Person-making Perspective
Chung-Fang Yang

16. Naive Psychology of Koreans: Interpersonal Mind and Behavior in Close Relationships
Sang-Chin Choi and Kibum Kim

V. APPLICATION

17. Humanism- Materialism: Century-Long Polish Cultural Origins and Twenty Years of Research in Cultural Psychology
Pawel Boski

18. Chinese Conception of Justice and Reward Allocation
Zhi-Xue Zhang

19. Family, Parent-Child Relationship and Academic Achievement in Korea: Indigenous, Cultural, and Psychological Analysis
Young-Shin Park, Uichol Kim

20. Paternalism: Towards Conceptual Refinement and Operationalization
Zeynep Aycan

21. Creating Indigenous Psychologies: Insights from Empirical Social Studies of the Science of Psychology
John Adair