Understanding social psychology across cultures: living and working in a changing world

Smith, Peter, Bond, Michael Harris and Kâgitçibasi, Çigdem (2006) Understanding social psychology across cultures: living and working in a changing world. Sage. ISBN 9781412903653

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Additional Information: Contents: pt. One. Establishing the framework. Some pressing questions for cross-cultural psychology -- Improving the validity of cross-cultural psychology -- Defining the way forward: theories and frameworks -- Nations as cultures and their consequences for social psychology -- pt. Two. Core issues. The making and remaking of cultures: a developmental perspective -- Making sense of one's world -- Personality in cross-cultural perspective -- Communicating and relating with others -- Working together -- pt. Three. The world in flux. Coping with difference -- Cultural aspects of intergroup relations -- Global change -- The unfinished agenda -- Glossary of key constructs.
Schools and Departments: School of Psychology > Psychology
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Date Deposited: 06 Feb 2012 15:40
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URI: http://sro.sussex.ac.uk/id/eprint/13840
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