APA handbook of community psychology. Volume 1, Theoretical foundations, core concepts, and emerging challenges / Meg A. Bond, Irma Serrano-García, and Christopher B. Keys, editors-in-chief.  (Text) (Text)

Bond, Meg A | Garcia de Serrano, Irma | Keys, Christopher
Call no.: HM1019 .A634 2017 V. 1Series: APA handbooks in psychology: Publication: Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, c2017Edition: 1st edDescription: xxxi, 521 p.: illISBN: 9781433822599; 1433822598; 9781433822575; 1433822571Other title: American Psychological Association handbook of community psychology [Portion of title] | Handbook of community psychology [Portion of title] | Theoretical foundations, core concepts, and emerging challenges [Parallel title]Subject(s): Social psychology -- Handbooks, manuals, etcCommunity psychology -- Handbooks, manuals, etcLOC classification: HM1019 | .A634 2017 V. 1
Contents:Part I Orientation to Theory, Core Concepts, and Emerging Challenges. Chapter 1 Community Psychology for the 21st Century -- Chapter 2 Catalysts and Connections: The (Brief) History of Community Psychology Throughout the World -- Chapter 3 The Ethics of Community Psychology: Actors, Values, Options, and Consequences -- Part II Theoretical Foundations. Chapter 4 The Contribution of Social Ecological Thinking to Community Psychology: Origins, Practice, and Research -- Chapter 5 Positioning the Critical in Community Psychology -- Chapter 6 Feminism and Community Psychology: Compelling Convergences -- Chapter 7 Community Psychology and Liberation Psychology: A Creative Synergy for an Ethical and Transformative Praxis -- Chapter 8 Prospects for Synergies and Symbiosis: Relationships Between Community Psychology and Other Subdisciplines of Psychology -- Chapter 9 Interdisciplinary Contributions to Community Psychology and Transdisciplinary Promise -- Part III Core Concepts. Chapter 10 The What, the How, and the Who of Empowerment: Reflections on an Intellectual History -- Chapter 11 Prevention and Promotion: Toward an Improved Framework for Research and Action -- Chapter 12 Diversity, Multiculturalism, and Inclusion -- Chapter 13 Community as a Multifaceted Concept -- Chapter 14 Social Support and Social Capital: A Theoretical Synthesis Using Community Psychology and Community Sociology Approaches --Chapter 15 On Participation and Participatory Practices -- Part IV Expanding Our Understanding of Context. Chapter 16 A Community Psychology Approach to Structure and Culture in Family Interventions -- Chapter 17 The Widening Economic Divide: Economic Disparities and Classism as Critical Community Context -- Chapter 18 Gender as Context: A Framework for Understanding and Addressing Gendered Qualities of Settings -- Chapter 19 Situating Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Diversity in Context and Communities -- Chapter 20 A Call to Consciousness: Community Psychology and Disability -- Chapter 21 Development and Context Across the Lifespan: A Community Psychology Synthesis -- Chapter 22 A Community Psychology Perspective on Religion and Religious Settings -- Part V Emerging Opportunities, Challenges, and Controversies. Chapter 23 Community Psychology Misdirected? The Case of Evidence-Based Interventions -- Chapter 24 Emerging Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities for Community Psychology -- Chapter 25 A Critical Look at Globalization Processes and at the Internationalization of Community Psychology.
Summary: "This two-volume handbook summarizes and makes sense of exciting intellectual developments in the field of community psychology. As a discipline that is considered a half century old in the United States, community psychology has grown in the sophistication and reach of theories and research. Reviewing the chapters of the APA Handbook of Community Psychology, the reader will readily notice several themes emerge. Community psychology's ideas are becoming increasingly elaborated; its theory, research and interventions more situated; and its reach in both thought and action, more expansive. Ideas that may have seemed much simpler when first proposed -- for example, community, prevention and empowerment -- have come to pose challenges, contradictions and opportunities initially unspecified and perhaps unimagined. Under the editorial direction of Meg A. Bond, Irma Serrano-García, Christopher B. Keys, and Marybeth Shinn, with chapters authored by both senior and rising scholars, the APA Handbook of Community Psychology provides an indispensable and authoritative reference resource for researchers, instructors, students, practitioners, field leaders and life-long learners alike. This highly anticipated addition to the APA Handbooks in Psychology® series covers current knowledge and identifies the most pertinent sources of information in both the core and evolving literature. It highlights community psychology's emphasis on the synergistic relationship between research and action, and offers an international outlook, including chapters integrating perspectives from across cultures and contexts around the world"--Publicity materials. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved).
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Part I Orientation to Theory, Core Concepts, and Emerging Challenges. Chapter 1 Community Psychology for the 21st Century -- Chapter 2 Catalysts and Connections: The (Brief) History of Community Psychology Throughout the World -- Chapter 3 The Ethics of Community Psychology: Actors, Values, Options, and Consequences -- Part II Theoretical Foundations. Chapter 4 The Contribution of Social Ecological Thinking to Community Psychology: Origins, Practice, and Research -- Chapter 5 Positioning the Critical in Community Psychology -- Chapter 6 Feminism and Community Psychology: Compelling Convergences -- Chapter 7 Community Psychology and Liberation Psychology: A Creative Synergy for an Ethical and Transformative Praxis -- Chapter 8 Prospects for Synergies and Symbiosis: Relationships Between Community Psychology and Other Subdisciplines of Psychology -- Chapter 9 Interdisciplinary Contributions to Community Psychology and Transdisciplinary Promise -- Part III Core Concepts. Chapter 10 The What, the How, and the Who of Empowerment: Reflections on an Intellectual History -- Chapter 11 Prevention and Promotion: Toward an Improved Framework for Research and Action -- Chapter 12 Diversity, Multiculturalism, and Inclusion -- Chapter 13 Community as a Multifaceted Concept -- Chapter 14 Social Support and Social Capital: A Theoretical Synthesis Using Community Psychology and Community Sociology Approaches --

Chapter 15 On Participation and Participatory Practices -- Part IV Expanding Our Understanding of Context. Chapter 16 A Community Psychology Approach to Structure and Culture in Family Interventions -- Chapter 17 The Widening Economic Divide: Economic Disparities and Classism as Critical Community Context -- Chapter 18 Gender as Context: A Framework for Understanding and Addressing Gendered Qualities of Settings -- Chapter 19 Situating Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Diversity in Context and Communities -- Chapter 20 A Call to Consciousness: Community Psychology and Disability -- Chapter 21 Development and Context Across the Lifespan: A Community Psychology Synthesis -- Chapter 22 A Community Psychology Perspective on Religion and Religious Settings -- Part V Emerging Opportunities, Challenges, and Controversies. Chapter 23 Community Psychology Misdirected? The Case of Evidence-Based Interventions -- Chapter 24 Emerging Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities for Community Psychology -- Chapter 25 A Critical Look at Globalization Processes and at the Internationalization of Community Psychology.

"This two-volume handbook summarizes and makes sense of exciting intellectual developments in the field of community psychology. As a discipline that is considered a half century old in the United States, community psychology has grown in the sophistication and reach of theories and research. Reviewing the chapters of the APA Handbook of Community Psychology, the reader will readily notice several themes emerge. Community psychology's ideas are becoming increasingly elaborated; its theory, research and interventions more situated; and its reach in both thought and action, more expansive. Ideas that may have seemed much simpler when first proposed -- for example, community, prevention and empowerment -- have come to pose challenges, contradictions and opportunities initially unspecified and perhaps unimagined. Under the editorial direction of Meg A. Bond, Irma Serrano-García, Christopher B. Keys, and Marybeth Shinn, with chapters authored by both senior and rising scholars, the APA Handbook of Community Psychology provides an indispensable and authoritative reference resource for researchers, instructors, students, practitioners, field leaders and life-long learners alike. This highly anticipated addition to the APA Handbooks in Psychology® series covers current knowledge and identifies the most pertinent sources of information in both the core and evolving literature. It highlights community psychology's emphasis on the synergistic relationship between research and action, and offers an international outlook, including chapters integrating perspectives from across cultures and contexts around the world"--Publicity materials. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved).

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