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Writings for a Liberation Psychology

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$36.00 • £28.95 • €32.50

ISBN 9780674962477

Publication Date: 09/01/1996

Short

256 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

7 tables

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  • Foreword [Elliot G. Mishler]
  • Note on the Translation
  • Introduction
  • I. The Psychology of Politics and the Politics of Psychology
    • 1. Toward a Liberation Psychology [translated by Adrianne Aron]
    • 2. The Role of the Psychologist [translated by Adrianne Aron]
    • 3. Power, Politics, and Personality [translated by Phillip Berryman]
    • 4. Political Socialization: Two Critical Themes [translated by Adrianne Aron]
    • 5. The Political Psychology of Work [translated by Cindy Forster]
  • II. War and Trauma
    • 6. War and Mental Health [translated by Anne Wallace]
    • 7. War and the Psychosocial Trauma of Salvadoran Children [translated by Anne Wallace]
    • 8. Religion as an Instrument of Psychological Warfare [translated by Tod Sloan]
    • 9. The Psychological Value of Violent Political Repression [translated by Anne Wallace]
  • III. De-Ideologizing Reality
    • 10. “The People”: Toward a Definition of a Concept [translated by Adrianne Aron]
    • 11. Public Opinion Research as a De-ideologizing Instrument [translated by Jean Carroll and Adrianne Aron]
    • 12. The Lazy Latino: The Ideological Nature of Latin American Fatalism [translated by Phillip Berryman]
  • Bibliography
    • Complete Works of Ignacio Martín-Baró
    • Works by Other Authors
  • Acknowledgments

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