Decoloniality And Epistemic Justice In Contemporary Community Psychology - Stevens Garth (Curatore); Sonn Christopher C. (Curatore) | Libro Springer 09/2021 - HOEPLI.it


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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
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Springer

Pubblicazione: 09/2021
Edizione: 1st ed. 2021





Trama

This book examines the ways in which decolonial theory has gained traction and influenced knowledge production, praxis and epistemic justice in various contemporary iterations of community psychology across the globe. With a notable Southern focus (although not exclusively so), the volume critically interrogates the biases in Western modernist thought in relation to community psychology, and to illuminate and consolidate current epistemic alternatives that contribute to the possibilities of emancipatory futures within community psychology. To this end, the volume includes contributions from community psychology theory and praxis across the globe that speak to standpoint approaches (e.g. critical race studies, queer theory, indigenous epistemologies) in which the experiences of the majority of the global population are more accurately reflected, address key social issues such as the on-going racialization of the globe, gender, class, poverty, xenophobia, sexuality, violence, diasporas, migrancy, environmental degradation, and transnationalism/globalisation, and embrace forms of knowledge production that involve the co-construction of new knowledges across the traditional binary of knowledge producers and consumers. This book is an engaging resource for scholars, researchers, practitioners, activists and advanced postgraduate students who are currently working within community psychology and cognate sub-disciplines within psychology more broadly. A secondary readership is those working in development studies, political science, community development and broader cognate disciplines within the social sciences, arts, and humanities.





Sommario

Foreword

Walter Mignolo (Argentina, Duke University)

Recovering and re-centring decolonial thought in community psychology

Garth Stevens & Christopher Sonn & Deanne Bell (South Africa, University of the Witwatersrand; Australia, Victoria University; Caribbean; University of East London

Defining the key co-ordinates of a decolonial praxis

Nelson Maldonado-Torres &/or Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni &/or Jorge Mario Flores Osorio (Puerto Rico, Rutgers University; South Africa, University of South Africa; Mexico, Universidad Autonoma de Estado de Morales Cuernavaca)

Community conscientisation, political activism and social change in Brazil

Raquel Guzzo &/or Verônica Morais Ximenes &/or Fernando Lacerda &/or James Ferreira Moura Jr. (Brazil, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas; Brazil, Federal University of Ceará; Brazil, Universidade Federal de Goiás; Universidade da Integração Internacional da Lusofonia Afro- Brasileira (Unilab)

Decoloniality and participatory action research in Puerto Rico

Dolores S. Miranda Gierbolini &/or Blanca Ortiz Torres &/or Heidi Figueroa Sarriera (Puerto Rico, University of Puerto Rico; Puerto Rico, Pacifica Graduate Institute; Puerto Rico, University of Puerto Rico)

Community psychology, depth psychology and decoloniality

Nuria Caforio &/or Mary Watkins &/or Susan James (Puerto Rico, Pacifica Graduate Institute)

Liberation psychology and psychosocial accompaniment

Ignacio Dobles &/or Glenn Adams (Costa Rica, University of Costa Rica; USA, Kansas State University)


Widening our methodological imaginations for social change and justice

Michelle Fine &/or Maria Elena Torre &/or Susan Opotow (USA, City University of New York)

Maintaining the criticality of the decolonial project within settler colonial nation states

Eve Tuck &/or K. Wayne Yang (USA, State University of New York; USA, University of California)

The legacy of Ignacio Martín-Baró and its application to world psychologies

Mark Burton &/or Nelson Portillo (UK, Manchester Metropolitan University; El Salvador, Boston College)

Rethinking belonging in diasporic/migrant communities in Australia from a community psychological perspective

Christopher Sonn (Australia, Victoria University)

Towards a decolonized Maori psychology

Linda Waimarie Nikora &/or Mohi Rua &/or Darrin Hodgetts &/or Pita King (Aotearoa, University of Waikato; Aotearoa, Massey University)

The anthropocene, environmental degradation, climate change and environmental justice

Tony Birch (Australia, Victoria University)

Towards a decolonised, Afro-centric South African psychology

Hugo Canham &/or Kopano Ratele &/or Puleng Segalo (South Africa, University of the Witwatersrand; South Africa, University of South Africa; South Africa, University of South Africa)

Epistemic reconstruction and justice through decolonising psychological curricula in higher education in South Africa

Garth Stevens &/or Norman Duncan (South Africa, University of the Witwatersrand; South Africa, University of Pretoria)

Archives, memory and peace in Chile

Carolina Munoz Proto (Chile, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso)

Fanon’s decolonial psychology in the contemporary world

Hussein Bulhan (Somaliland, Frantz fanon University)

Psychology, resilience and social change in the colonial context of the Arab world

Mona Amer (Egypt, The American University in Cairo)

Liberation theology, decoloniality and Islamophobia

Farid Esack &/or Naeem Jeenah &/or Hatem Bazian (South Africa, University of Johannesburg; South Africa, Executive Director of the Afro- Middle East Centre; Palestine, Daytona College and University of California, Berkeley

Social peace and decoloniality in the Philippines

Cristina Montiel &/or Fatima Alavrez-Castillo (Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University; Philippines, University of the Philippines)

Innovative approaches to peace pedagogy and praxis in contexts of violence

Urmi Dutta (India, University of Massachusetts) 





Autore

Garth Stevens is a Professor and Clinical Psychologist at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. His research interests include foci on race, racism and related social asymmetries; critical violence studies; and historical/collective trauma and memory. He has published widely in these areas, both nationally and internationally, including co-editorships of A ‘race’ against time: Psychology and challenges to deracialisation in South Africa (UNISA Press, 2006) and Race, memory and the apartheid archive: Towards a transformative psychosocial praxis (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013). He is a member of the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf), presently serves as the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at the University of the Witwatersrand, and is the current President of the Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA).


 

Christopher C. Sonn, PhD, is Professor at Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. He is a fellow of the Institute of Health and Sport and teaches into the Applied Psychology Program in the College of Health and Biomedicine. His research is concerned with understanding and changing dynamics of oppression and resistance, examining structural violence such as racism, and its effects on social identities, intergroup relations and belonging. He holds a Visiting Professorship at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. He is co-editor of Creating Inclusive Knowledges and co-author of Social Psychology and Everyday Life, and Associate Editor of the American Journal of Community Psychology and Community Psychology in Global Perspective.








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Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9783030722197

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Community Psychology
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 553 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:2 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 237
Pagine Romane: xxv






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