Psychology and Social Responsibility: Facing Global Challenges
This book brings together for the first time many if the leading writers and thinkers from the psychological and mental health fields. Contributes include Robert Jay Lifton, Joanna Macy, Roger Walsh and others.
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Toward a Socially Responsible Psychology
Robert Jay Lifton
Family Therapy Systems Theory and Nuclear Issues
Nonviolent Civil Disobedience
Understanding the Psychology of Global Activism
Psychological Contributions to Education for Social
Intergenerational Dialogue about Global Concerns
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