July 23, 2021 N/A
Using COVID-19 as a base, 'Global Pandemics and Epistemic Crises in Psychology' brings together several renowned scholars to explore the concept of crisis and how this global event has shaped the discipline of psychology. It engages directly with the challenges that psychology continues to face when theorizing societal issues of gender, race, class, history, and culture while not disregarding ‘lived’ experiences. The edited volume offers a set of pathways to rethink psychology beyond its current scope and history to become more apt to the conditions, needs, and demands of the 21st century.
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