The Psychology of Social and Cultural Diversity (Social Issues and Interventions) Hardcover – 23 Jul 2010
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"I would recommend this book for use as core reading for a graduate–level course in the psychology of ethnic, social, or cultural diversity or as supplementary reading for a course on cross–cultural psychology or human diversity. It will be a useful addition to any course within one of these areas." (PsycCRITIQUES, 16 March 2011)
"Diversity is a fact of life as well as a necessity for evolution. Is diversity a precursor to hostility, a recipe for conflict, and anathema to productivity? Or, is diversity an opportunity for creativity, evolution, and greater human possibilities? How do we harness this critical juncture? Readers will find themselves struggling with these momentous questions together with the most qualified researchers on the topics. A must read for social psychologists who acknowledge their responsibilities for the emerging global human society."
Yoshihisa Kashima, The University of Melbourne
"This excellent compilation of papers offers much food for thought for theorists and researchers navigating the ever changing landscape of identity, culture and intergroup relations."
Richard Lalonde, York University
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