Table of contents for Toward psychologies of liberation / Mary Watkins and Helene Shulman.


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Series Editor's Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction
PART 1: COMPASS POINTS
Beyond Universalism: Local Regeneration
Beyond Ideology: Dialogue
Beyond Development: Liberation
PART 2: PSYCHIC WOUNDS OF COLONIALISM AND GLOBALIZATION
Symptoms and Psychologies in the Context of Culture
From Bystanding to Engaged Witness Bystanding
Pathologies of Perpetration
Mourning and Witness After Collective Trauma
PART 3: SPRINGS FOR CREATIVE RESTORATION
Rupture and Hospitality
Non-Subjects and Nomadic Consciousness
Dialogue
PART 4: PARTICIPATORY PRACTICES FOR REGENERATION
Communities of Resistance
Libertory Arts and Imagination
Critical Participatory Action Research
Placing Dialogue Ethics at the Centre of Research
Dreams of Reconciliation and Restoration
Afterword Tikkun Olam: The Restoration and Repair of the World
References
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Psychology.
Globalization.
Oppression (Psychology)
Autonomy (Psychology)
Liberty.