The fields of cross-cultural and cultural psychology both acknowledge the role of `culture' for the constitution of a meaningful practice. There are notable differences as well as remarkable commonalities between nomologically oriented cross-cultural psychology on the one hand and interpretive cultural psychology on the other. Contributions to this book discuss recent theoretical and methodological approaches from both fields in order to explore their joint potential for an advancement of the concept of culture, for the theoretical conceptualization and methodical completion of comparative cultural studies and the scientific understanding of cultural difference. This volume includes contributions by Ernest E. Boesch, Kenneth J. Gergen, Rom HarrA (c), Gustav Jahoda and Jaan Valsiner.
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ISBN
9783899422344
Publisert
2021
Utgiver
Vendor
Transcript Verlag
Vekt
1594 gr
Høyde
8 mm
Bredde
5 mm
Tykkelse
15 mm
Aldersnivå
06, P
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Heftet
Antall sider
518

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Doris Weidemann (Dipl.-Psych.) is teaching intercultural communication at Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany. Dr. phil. Barbara Zielke, Diplom-Psychologin, ist Lehrbeauftragte an der Alpen-Adria-UniversitAt Klagenfurt (Cultural Studies) sowie der Fern-Hochschule Hamburg (Pflegemanagement). Sie ist Psychoanalytikerin in Ausbildung am Institut fA"r Psychoanalyse NA"rnberg (IPN).Kontakt: www.BarbaraZielke.de