The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination: Disability, religion, physique, and other traits, Volume 4 (Google eBook)

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Jean Lau Chin
Greenwood Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2004 - Psychology - 304 pages
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Contents

Dress as a Manifest Aspect of Identity An Indian American Narrative Leena Banerjee
1
Spiritual Diversity and Clinical Practice Ilene Serlin
27
Prejudice toward People with Disabilities Asiah Mason Helen D Pratt Dilip R Patel Donald E Greydanus and Kareem Z Tahya
51
Beyond the Triple Whammy Considering Social Class as One Factor in Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities Martha E Banks Catherine A ...
95
Coping with Prejudice and Discrimination Based on Weight Anna M Myers Esther D Rothblum
111
Prejudice in an Era of Economic Globalization and International Interdependence Teru L Morton
135
The Sociocultural Abuse of Power A Model for Shared Power BraVada GarrettAkinsanya
161
From Prejudice and Discrimination to Awareness and Acceptance Marie L Miville Jill M Rohrbacker and Angela B Kim
207
The Chicago Dinners A Model for Community Engagement and Social Change Dietm Hawkins Terri Johnson Josefina Alvarez
233
When Diversity Becomes the Norm Donald Daughtry Denise Twohey David H Whitcomb Cindy Juntunen and Michael Loewy
253
Index
283
About the Series and the Series Editors
291
About the Advisers
293
About the Contributors
297
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JEAN LAU CHIN is a licensed Psychologist and Systemwide Dean of the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. She is Past President of the Division of Women in the American Psychological Association, and has more than 30 years clinical, consulting, and management experience in health, mental health, and human services.

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