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The Routledge International Handbook of Critical Positive Psychology / edited by Nicholas J.L. Brown, Tim Lomas, and Francisco Jose Eiroa-Orosa
(Routledge International Handbooks)

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出版者 (London : Routledge)
出版年 2018
大きさ 1 online resource (xxii, 568 pages)
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内容注記 chapter Introduction / Nicholas J. L. Brown Tim Lomas Francisco Jose Eiroa-Orosa
chapter 1 Critical positive psychology / Piers Worth Matthew Smith
A creative convergence of two disciplines / Brent Dean Robbins Harris L. Friedman
chapter 2 The unavoidable role of values in positive psychology / Douglas A. MacDonald
Reflections in light of psychology's replicability crisis / Liz Gulliford Blaire Morgan
chapter 3 Taking a closer look at well-being as a scientific construct / Sam Thompson
Delineating its conceptual nature and boundaries in relation to spirituality and existential functioning / Jeanne Marecek John Chambers Christopher
chapter 4 The meaning and valence of gratitude in positive psychology / Salvatore Di Martino Francisco Jose Eiroa-Orosa Caterina Arcidiacono
chapter 5 Positive psychology, mental health, and the false promise of the medical model / Bernardo Moreno-Jiménez Aldo Aguirre-Camacho
chapter 6 Is positive psychology an indigenous psychology? / Digby Tantam
chapter 7 Community psychology's contributions to happiness and well-being / Paul T. P. Wong Sandip Roy
Including the role of Context, Social Justice, and Values in our understanding of the good life / Paul Kalkin
chapter 8 Positive psychology / Nicholas J. L. Brown
Intellectual, scientific, or ideological movement? / Nicholas J. L. Brown
chapter 9 Is positive psychology compatible with freedom? / Liz Gulliford Kristján Kristjánsson
chapter 10 Critique of positive psychology and positive interventions 1 / Tim Lomas
chapter 11 Toward a well-spoken explanatory style / Edith Maria Steffen David J. Wilde Callum E. Cooper
chapter 12 An introduction to criticality for students of positive psychology / Peter C. Hill M. Elizabeth Lewis Hall
section 1 Criticism of positive psychology / Adil Qureshi Stella Evangelidou
chapter 13 Five historic philosophers discuss human flourishing and happiness in positive psychology / David R. Paine Sarah H. Moon Daniel J. Hauge Steven J. Sandage
A speculative dialogue in three acts / Daniel K. Brown David G. George
section Interlude 1 / Roger Bretherton Ryan M. Niemiec
chapter 14 A re-appraisal of boredom / Byron Lee
A case study in second wave positive psychology / Tim Lomas
chapter 15 Affirming the positive in anomalous experiences / Francisco Jose Eiroa-Orosa
A challenge to dominant accounts of reality, life, and death / Daniel T. Gruner Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
chapter 16 Uncovering the good in positive psychology / Tim Lomas Itai Ivtzan
Toward a worldview conception that can help positive psychology flourish / Tod Sloan Marisol García
chapter 17 Toward a culturally competent positive psychology / Ramón Soto Martínez Salvatore Di Martino
chapter 18 Cultural and racial perspectives on positive psychologies of humility / José Eduardo Viera Lauren Languido
chapter 19 Positive psychology's religious imperative / Anne C. Montague Francisco Jose Eiroa-Orosa
chapter 20 Character strengths as critique / Jean-François Pelletier Chyrell Bellamy Maria O'Connell Michaella Baker Michael Rowe
The power of positive psychology to humanise the workplace / Chris Beales
chapter 21 Toward an integrative applied positive psychology / Manos Rhodes Hatzimalonas
chapter 22 Positive politics / Dianne A. Vella-Brodrick Nikki S. Rickard Tan-Chyuan Chin
Left-wing versus right-wing policies, and their impact on the determinants of wellbeing / Charlie Simson Lauren Rosewarne Lea Waters
chapter 23 A proposed enquiry into the effect of sociocultural changes on well-being / Mike Zeidler Liz Zeidler Byron Lee
chapter 24 Complexity / Mark D. White
Towards a new measure of societal well-being / Pablo Olivos Ricardo Ernst
section 2 Doing positive psychology critically / Francisco Jose Eiroa-Orosa
chapter 25 Pleasure as a form of liberatory practice
section Interlude 2
chapter 26 Community social psychology and positive psychology
Learning from the experience of Latin America
chapter 27 Positive, necessary, and possible lives
Experience and practice from the struggle for a dignified life
chapter 28 Exploring the role of engagement in well-being and personal development
A review of adolescent and mental health activism
chapter 29 Citizenship, mental health, and positive psychology
chapter 30 The brutality of reality
chapter 31 Philotimo
Vices and virtues of a moral archetype 1
chapter 32 Evaluating positive education
A framework and case study
chapter 33 Shaping positive education research to influence public policy
chapter 34 Positive psychology at a city scale
chapter 35 Judging the efficacy and ethics of positive psychology for government policymaking
chapter 36 Feel good or be happy
Distinctions between emotions and development in the environmental psychology research of wellbeing
section 3 Applied perspectives
一般注記 Since the turn of the twenty-first century, the field of positive psychology has sought to implement a science of human flourishing so that we may lead happier, more fulfilling lives. It has found expression not only in academic papers but also popular books and, increasingly, in government policy. The Routledge International Handbook of Critical Positive Psychology is the first volume dedicated to a critical appraisal of this influential but controversial field of study. The book critically examines not only the scientific foundations of positive psychology, but also the sociocultural and political tenets on which the field rests. It evaluates the current field of knowledge and practice, and includes chapters analysing the methodological constructs of the field, as well as others that question what positive psychology actually means by ideas such as happiness or well-being. Taking the debate further, the book then discusses how positive psychology can be applied in a wider variety of settings than is presently the case, helping communities and individuals by acknowledging the reality of people's lives rather than adhering strictly to debateable theoretical constructs. Including contributions from disciplines ranging from psychoanalysis to existential therapy, theology to philosophy, and contributors from throughout the world, The Routledge International Handbook of Critical Positive Psychology will be enlightening reading for anyone interested in how psychology has sought to understand human well-being
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著者標目 Brown, Nicholas J. L. editor
Eiroa-Orosa, Francisco Jose editor
Lomas, Tim editor
件 名 LCSH:Critical psychology--Handbooks, manuals, etc
LCSH:Positive psychology--Handbooks, manuals, etc
LCSH:Psychotherapy--Handbooks, manuals, etc
分 類 LCC:BF204.6
DC:150.1988
書誌ID 8000278962
ISBN 9781315659794
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