Dictionary of Multicultural Psychology
Issues, Terms, and Concepts
- Lena E. Hall - Nova Southeastern University, USA
Ethnic Studies (General) | Multi-Cultural Counselling | Multicultural/Minorities
- William H George, University of Washington
This Dictionary is an up-to-date volume that contains numerous references to relevant concepts and terms in the field of multicultural psychology.
Professor Lena Hall has collected, studied, and analyzed a multitude of terms in her eleven years of teaching multicultural psychology, and she has gathered them together in this handy, accessible reference book.
Definitions are written in concise language for easy comprehension.
Standard dictionary format is familiar and convenient to use, making this book a handy reference for students and professionals alike who wish to clarify a term or broaden their knowledge on a topic.
Relevant reference sources are included along with each entry, enabling students to do further reading on concepts they have learned.
Dictionary entries are excellent starting points for stimulating class discussions and creative research and written assignments.
The Dictionary of Multicultural Psychology is a highly useful resource for undergraduate psychology students. The book is recommended as a classroom supplement for courses in psychology and multiculturalism, as well as for professionals and graduate students working with multicultural populations for certification.
Lena Hall is associate professor at Nova Southeastern University. She obtained her BS in Psychology from York University, her MA and MED from Columbia University, and her PhD in Counseling Psychology from University of Florida. She conducts seminars, presents papers, and teaches classes in multicultural psychology. She is presently involved in cross-cultural research on substance abuse. Her latest publication is Issues in Multicultural Psychology, a textbook for undergraduate students.
"A helpful reference source. The author, furthermore, appears to be immersed in multiculturalism through teaching and service and appears to have a good sense of the multicultural zeitgeist salient to society at this time."
"There appears to be a burgeoning lexicon of terms and concepts pertinent to multiculturalism. Unfortunately, this increase in the number of terms and concepts seems to be colliding with a decrease in a shared understanding of what they mean….a dictionary style volume for such terms seems an admirable and overdue quest."
"Scholars, practitioners, and instructors may find it a very handy reference and a useful teaching resource."