Indigenous Psychology of Spirituality: In My Beginning Is My End (Palgrave Studies in Indigenous Psychology) (Paperback)

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Chapter 1: "In my Beginning is my End", Alvin DueckPart I: Deconstruction and Reconstruction
Chapter 2: Prolegomena for the Development of Indigenous Psychologies of Spirituality: Colonization, Decolonization, and Indigeneity, Alvin Dueck and Michael Marossy
Chapter 3: The Chinese Notions of Harmony: Cognition, Emotion, and Morality of a Strong-Ties Society, Louise SundararajanPart II: Methodologies Reconsidered
Chapter 4: Giving Voice to the Voiceless: A Peaceable Research Paradigm for Psychology in China, Rachel Sing-Kiat Ting and Kejia Zhang
Chapter 5: Psychology of Religion Instrumentation: Systematic Review with an International and Multiple Faith Focus, Kenneth T. Wang and Esther C. TanChapter 6: The "Wonder to Behold" Reflections on Phenomenological Research of Alienic Spirituality, Olga Louchakova-SchwartzPart III: Indigenous Psychologies of religion
Chapter 7: An Indigenous Appalachian Faith Tradition, Ralph W. Hood, Jr. and W. Paul Williamson
Chapter 8: Indigenous Psychology as Religious: Slavic Understanding of Human Psycho-Sexual Development, Andrzej Pankalla and Konrad KośnikChapter 9: Towards Understanding the Psychology of Emotion, Indigenous Spirituality, and Christianity in Korea, Jenny PakChapter 10: How India Almost Lost its Soul: The Detrimental Effects of Ethnocentrism and Colonialism on the Psychology of Spirituality, Pradeep ChakkarathChapter 11: Savoring in Bereavement: The Javanese Journey through Death, Risa Permanadeli and Louise SundararajanChapter 12: Anger toward God among Chinese Christians, Yin Yang and Alvin Dueck Chapter 13: Indigenous Psychologies of Spirituality: Remembering, Excavating, and Individuating, Alvin Dueck

About the Author

Alvin Dueck is Distinguished Professor of Cultural Psychologies at the Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, USA. His previous books include Between Jerusalem and Athens: Ethics, Psychotherapy and Culture (1995); and A Peaceable Psychology (2009). With grants from the Sir John Templeton Foundation he supported research in cultural psychology of religion in China.

Product Details
ISBN: 9783030508715
ISBN-10: 3030508714
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2021
Pages: 326
Language: English
Series: Palgrave Studies in Indigenous Psychology