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Multiculturalism and Diversity [electronic resource] : A Social Psychological Perspective.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781405190664Publication details: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009.ISBN:
  • 9781444310207
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Multiculturalism and Diversity : A Social Psychological PerspectiveDDC classification:
  • 305.8
LOC classification:
  • HM1271.L53 2010
Online resources:
Contents:
Multiculturalism and Diversity; Contents; 1 Introduction: The Multicultural Person; 2 Culture; 3 Ethnicity; 4 Gender; 5 Social Class; 6 Sexual Identity Cultures; 7 The Cultural Mosaic; 8 Some Implications for Research and Practice; References; Name Index; Subject Index;
Summary: Multiculturalism and Diversity focuses on the ways in which history and identity inform each other, and examines the politics of culture as well as the politics of cultural identities within the U.S.Illustrates the basic proposition that each of us is a unique multicultural human being and that culture affects individual self-definition, experience, behavior, and social interaction Moves from early simple definitions of multiculturalism to more complex understandings focused on culture as learned, teachable (shared), and fluidUses a critical approach to the study of culture and personal identi
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Multiculturalism and Diversity; Contents; 1 Introduction: The Multicultural Person; 2 Culture; 3 Ethnicity; 4 Gender; 5 Social Class; 6 Sexual Identity Cultures; 7 The Cultural Mosaic; 8 Some Implications for Research and Practice; References; Name Index; Subject Index;

Multiculturalism and Diversity focuses on the ways in which history and identity inform each other, and examines the politics of culture as well as the politics of cultural identities within the U.S.Illustrates the basic proposition that each of us is a unique multicultural human being and that culture affects individual self-definition, experience, behavior, and social interaction Moves from early simple definitions of multiculturalism to more complex understandings focused on culture as learned, teachable (shared), and fluidUses a critical approach to the study of culture and personal identi