ethnopsychology


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ethnopsychology

the psychology of races and peoples. — ethnopsychological, adj.
See also: Race
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(1975) 'Saints, jnun and dreams: an essay in Moroccan ethnopsychology', Psychiatry 38 (2): 145-59.
Contributions of Mexican ethnopsychology to the resolution of the etic-emic dilemma in personality.
Much of the data might today be read in terms of indigenous ethnopsychology, healing and therapy, indigenous world view and knowledge of the environment.
Hinton and Hofmann Identify and works (2014) (40) the concepts of ethnopsychology and ethnophysiology to study the relation between symptom expression and culture in anxiety disorders.
She has several books on Ethnopsychology, Public Administration and Women's Studies.
Humans appear to have a universal propensity for defining what it is to be "human," but the criteria are culturally specific, hence the study of "ethnopsychology": the "cultural formulations of persons, personal action and experience, and the interactive practices through which such formulations are conveyed in social life" (Rosaldo, 1984:139).
Anger, Grief, and Shame: Toward a Kaluli Ethnopsychology. In G.M.
Hill, "The Ethnopsychology of In-Law Feud and the Remaking of Group Identity in Beowulf.
Ethnophilosophy which is the older sister of a certain ethnopsychology, has become the matrix for reading fields as diverse as `the philosophy of the remedy in Africa'.