Psychology and culture
This is a broad introduction to the ways culture and ethnicity can affect human behavior. Text features original articles by international experts in the field. An introductory chapter sketches conceptual and methodological issues, and explains the purposes for cross-cultural psychology. Students or professionals interested in cross-cultural psychology, or cultural or ethnic diversity.
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