Multiculturalism and Diversity: A Social Psychological Perspective (Contemporary Social Issues and Interventions) Paperback – 14 Aug 2009
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"Incisive, wise, and extremely thought–provoking is the new book by Bernice Lott. From her brilliant observation that all of us are multicultural flows a narrative that invites us to re–think issues of self and society. The implications of Lott′s analyses are both exciting and profound. A great book!"
– Faye J. Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
"This book is truly unique. Integrating research and theories, the author makes a case that every individual is multicultural and further elucidates how contexts, roles, and power differentials underlie the conditions of major ethnic/gender/social class/sexual orientation groups. Written in an engaging and accessible manner, this book is suitable for any course on multiculturalism and diversity."
–Ying–yi Hong, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, USA, and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
"Multiculturalism and Diversity –– two words that capture the essence of our contemporary social worlds. In this book Bernice Lott explores the social psychological impact of cultural diversity. The result is a resounding success: The writing is cogent, the examples striking, the analysis clear and insightful. Lott’s comprehensive and compelling thesis represents a significant advance in our efforts to understand the evolving nature of self in multicultural societies."
–Richard J. Crisp, University of Kent
"Readers will enjoy its clarity, succinctness, and current examples. A timely contribution, the book can enrich training for research or practice and should prove valuable for anyone interested in culture and diversity." (Psychology of Women Quarterly, 2011)
"For instructors and researchers looking for new and better ways to define and describe the difficult constructs of culture, diversity, and multiculturalism, Multiculturalism and Diversity lives up to the task....... Furthermore, its individual chapters may serve as helpful stand–alone treatises on the four major cultural groups." (PsycCRITIQUES, September 15, 2010)
"A very good introduction for academics and (separately) the truly provincial for whom college is the first step out of their cultural womb." (Prometheus 6, January 2010)See all Product Description