Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Archetypes found along the margins
by Anderson, Wyndi E., M.F.T., Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2010, 72; 1484424
Abstract (Summary)

The study of the human mind is currently limited by institutionalized and internalized discrimination which restricts both its scope and its ability to aid individuals. Individuals who are historically marginalized must be included as central to psychology. Only then can psychology become relevant to all people. Organic Inquiry is a methodological approach that allows for a more equitable examination of the lived experiences of marginalized people.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Mohan, Angela
Commitee:
School: Pacifica Graduate Institute
School Location: United States -- California
Source: MAI 48/04M, Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Philosophy, Social psychology, Individual & family studies
Keywords: Archetypes, Equity, Multiple axes of marginalization, Social justice
Publication Number: 1484424
ISBN: 9781109717136
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