By Jennifer Teramoto Pedrotti, Lisa M. Edwards
The quantity should be a suite of chapters approximately present concept, learn, and perform regarding multiculturalism and optimistic psychology. This ebook will function a connection with any who're drawn to the intersection of optimistic psychology and multicultural context. whereas many within the box of confident psychology have began to maneuver extra strongly in the direction of a culturally-embedded process that acknowledges the significance of context in discussing, viewing and cultivating strengths in participants from assorted backgrounds, there's nonetheless a dearth of analysis during this quarter in comparison with reviews that take a cross-cultural method (comparing humans from various international locations) or one who is imagined to be “culture-free” or common in its software. whereas it's turning into extra universal to work out numerous articles or chapters released on those issues, there's nonetheless no accomplished textual content geared toward dialogue of the gathering of those subject matters provided in a cohesive and established means. This publication goals to fill this hole within the literature. during this publication, a vast definition of tradition is applied that incorporates such features as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic or social category prestige, incapacity, faith, sexual orientation and gender. This booklet is meant to provide learn, idea and proposals for perform which are grounded in different cultural contexts and present scholarship. it is going to help researchers, scholars and practitioners who're learning and dealing inside of assorted populations. presently there exists no complete textual content that addresses the intersection of confident psychology and multiculturalism. numerous edited volumes handle confident psychology constructs (e.g., future health, optimum event, autonomy) throughout cultures, yet they don't concentrate on multicultural populations in the usa. different books concentration extra particularly on psychological healthiness functions and rigidity and coping between multicultural populations, although those books don't offer a large viewpoint on psychology past this program piece. The proposed ebook will assessment present thought and learn approximately constructs as well as purposes throughout contexts. ultimately, different released books have involved in formative years inside multicultural society; this quantity is extra huge in its deal with of problems with optimistic psychology around the lifespan and throughout a number of elements of id together with incapacity, gender, social type and sexual orientation.
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