Summarizes current, global critical-psychological knowledge in an A-Z format
Presents alternative analyses of psychological events, processes, and practices
Enables readers to apply a critical approach
Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology is a comprehensive reference work and is the first reference work in English that comprehensively looks at psychological topics from critical as well as international points of view. Thus, it will appeal to all committed to a critical approach across the Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology, for alternative analyses of psychological events, processes, and practices. The Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology provides commentary from expert critical psychologists from around the globe who will compose the entries. The Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology will feature approximately 1,000 invited entries, organized in an easy to use A-Z format. The encyclopedia will be compiled under the direction of the editor who has published widely in the field of critical psychology and due to his international involvements is knowledgeable about the status of critical psychology around the world. The expert contributors will summarize current critical-psychological knowledge and discuss significant topics from a global perspective.
Introduction.- Definition.- History.- Traditional debates.- Critical debates.- International relevance.- Practice relevance.- Future directions.- Furhur readings.- Cross references.- Web-based information