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Critical Psychology Teaching Materials

Critical Psychology: An Introduction

Dennis Fox & Isaac Prilleltensky

A course in the works,
based on our edited book

 

 

Critical Psychology: An Introduction (London: Sage Publications, 1997) was designed for an introductory course in critical psychology. It has been used in undergraduate and graduate courses in many universities.

The 19 chapters (several written by RadPsyNet members) can be used in many ways:


Contents

Introductions to all 19 chapters are available, with contact information for chapter authors.

Part I: Critical Overviews

1.

Introducing Critical Psychology: Values, Assumptions and the Status Quo

Isaac Prilleltensky &
Dennis Fox

2.

Repoliticizing the History of Psychology

Benjamin Harris

3.

Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology: A Radical Tradition

Louise H. Kidder &
Michelle Fine

4.

Ethics in Psychology: Cui Bono?

Laura S. Brown

5.

Understanding and Practicing Critical Psychology

David Nightingale &
Tor Neilands

Part II: Critical Arenas

6.

Theories of Personality: Ideology and Beyond

Tod Sloan

7.

Abnormal and Clinical Psychology: The Politics of Madness

Rachel T. Hare-Mustin &
Jeanne Marecek

8.

A Critical Look at Intelligence Research

Zack Z. Cernovsky

9.

Developmental Psychology and its Discontents

Erica Burman

10.

Social Psychology: The Crisis Continues

S. Mark Pancer

11.

Community Psychology: Reclaiming Social Justice

Isaac Prilleltensky &
Geoffrey Nelson

12.

Cross Cultural Psychology: The Frustrated Gadfly's Promises, Potentialities and Failures

Fathali M. Moghaddam &
Charles Studer

13.

Lesbian and Gay Psychology: A Critical Analysis

Celia Kitzinger

14.

Psychology and Law: Justice Diverted

Dennis Fox

15.

Political Psychology: A Critical Perspective

Maritza Montero

Part III: Critical Theories

16.

Feminist Psychology

Sue Wilkinson

17.

Critical Theory, Postmodernism, and Hermeneutics: Insights for Critical Psychology

Frank C. Richardson &
Blaine J. Fowers

18.

Discursive Psychology

Ian Parker

Part IV: Critical Reflections

19.

A Critical Look at Critical Psychology: Elaborating the Questions

Julian Rappaport &
Eric Stewart


We would love to hear from teachers and students who have used this book. Please send your comments and suggestions.


I have additional teaching- and university-related material (plus other things) on my own website.

Dennis Fox




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