Ethnopsychology - Stefanenko

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MOSCOW
Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Psychology
"Academic Project"
1999
The textbook presents a systematic course of ethnic psychology and is supplemented and revised edition of a textbook issued by the Faculty of Psychology of Moscow State University. Lomonosov extremely limited edition in 1998. It seeks to integrate ethnopsychological approaches existing in various disciplines - from psychology to cultural anthropology. Outlines the development of ethnic psychology, presents a classic and the latest achievements of its main schools of thought in the study of personality, communication, regulation of social behavior in the context of culture. Analyzed in detail the social and psychological aspects of ethnic identity, interethnic relations, adaptation to cultural environment.
For students specializing in psychology, history, political science and other humanities.

The book was published with the participation of JSC "Academy Center"

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THE PROBLEM OF SOCIAL GROUPS IN THE MIRROR 4 4 ethnopsychology
INTRODUCTION 13
PART ONE INTRODUCTION 15
Chapter I of ethnic revival SECOND HALF OF THE XX CENTURY 15
1.1. ETHNIC paradox of modern 15
1.2. Psychological causes of ethnic identity GROWTH IN THE MODERN WORLD 17
1.3. Ethnic identity in situations of social instability 19
CHAPTER II ethnic psychology as an interdisciplinary field of knowledge 23
2.1. WHAT ETHNOS? 23
2.2. CULTURE AS psychological concepts. 26
2.3. WHAT ethnopsychology? 29
PART TWO history and formation of ethno-psychology 35
CHAPTER I Ethnopsychological IDEAS in European science 35
1.1. Ethnopsychology ORIGIN IN THE HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY 35
1.2. STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGY OF PEOPLES IN GERMANY AND RUSSIA 37
1.3. W. Wundt Psychology peoples as the first form of socio-psychological knowledge 41
1.4. Shpet about the subject of ethnic psychology 43
CHAPTER II psychological trend in ethnology 46 AMERICAN
2.1. 46 CONFIGURATION OF CULTURES
2.2. BASIC and modal PERSONALITY 48
2.3. SUBJECT MATTER AND OBJECTIVES psychological anthropology 50
CHAPTER III COMPARATIVE CULTURAL APPROACH TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE general psychological 55
3.1. First empirical studies in general psychology 55
3.2. A little about intelligence tests 57
3.3. Visual illusions 60
3.4. COLOR: coding and categorization 62
CHAPTER IV MAIN AREAS OF RESEARCH Ethnopsychological 68
4.1. Relativism, Absolutism, universalism 68
4.2. L. Levi BRYUL the mental primitive and modern people 70
4.3. Claude Levi-Strauss on the universality of structures of thought 75
PART THREE personalities in cultures and ethnicities 79
CHAPTER I ethno-cultural socialization VARIABILITY 79
1.1. Socialization, enculturation, cultural transmission 79
1.2. ETHNOGRAPHY CHILDHOOD 84
1.2. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CULTURAL socialization: Archival Field and experimental investigations 88
1.4. Adolescence and "transition into the adult world" 95
CHAPTER II ethnopsychological problems of personality study 102
2.1. Personality traits: a universal and specific? 102
2.2. NATIONAL CHARACTER OR MENTALITY? 107
2.3. PROBLEM normal and pathological 113
CHAPTER III UNIVERSAL AND CULTURE-specific aspects of communication 119
3.1. COMPARATIVE CULTURAL APPROACH IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 119
3.2. COMMUNICATION FROM DEPENDENCE cultural context 123
3.3. Expressive behavior and culture 128
3.4. MEZHKULTURNYE Differences in causal attribution 134
CHAPTER IV CULTURAL VARIABILITY regulators of social behavior 140
4.1. The regulatory function of culture. 140
4.2. Individualism and collectivism 144
4.3. Guilt and shame as a mechanism of social control 150
4.4. Conformal as a regulator of individual behavior GROUP 154
PART FOUR PSYCHOLOGY 160 ETHNIC RELATIONS
Chapter I of interethnic relations and cognitive processes 160
1.1. RELATIONS intergroup and interpersonal 160
1.2. Psychological determinants ETHNIC RELATIONS 164
1.3. Social and ethnic identity 166
1.4. Cognitive and affective component of ethnic identity 168
CHAPTER II development and transformation of ethnic identity 173
2.1. STAGES, formation of ethnic identity 173
2.2. The influence of social context on the formation of ethnic identity 176
2.3. Strategy of maintaining ethnic identity 178
2.4. Change issues of ethnic identity 180
2.5. MODEL two dimensions of ethnic identity 183
CHAPTER III ARRANGEMENTS intergroup perception in interethnic relations 189
3.1. Ethnocentrism AS SOCIAL psychological phenomenon 189
3.2. Ethnic stereotypes - STUDY HISTORY FEATURES 193
3.3. Ethnic stereotypes: the problem of truth 196
3.4. Ethnic stereotypes, and the mechanisms of stereotyping 198
3.5. SOCIAL causal attribution 200
CHAPTER IV ethnic conflict - causes and method of settlement 205
4.1. DEFINITION AND CLASSIFICATION OF ETHNIC CONFLICTS 205
4.2. E

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