eBook Key Words in Multicultural Interventions: A Dictionary, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0313033331
  • ISBN-13: 9780313033339
  • DDC: 158.3
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 306 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 1999 | Published/Released December 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 1999
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An essential resource for those interested in multicultural issues, this dictionary presents common terms used in multicultural counseling and research.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Key Words in Multicultural Interventions.
1: Abnormal.
2: Aboriginality.
3: Acculturation.
4: Acculturative Stress.
5: Adaptation.
6: Addiction.
7: Affirmative Action.
8: African American.
9: Afrocentricity.
10: Alaska Native.
11: Alienation.
12: Allocentrism.
13: Amerasians.
14: American.
15: American Indian.
16: Amok or Amuck.
17: Anglo-American.
18: Arctic Hysteria.
19: Asian American.
20: Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA).
21: Asian Pacific American (APA) [Asian Pacific Islander (API)].
22: Assimilation.
23: Ataque (De Nervios).
24: Backlash.
25: Barriers to Effective Cross-Cultural Counseling and Psychotherapy.
26: Basque.
27: Bicultural.
28: Bilingual.
29: Bilingual Education.
30: Biracial.
31: Black American.
32: Black Identity Development.
33: Boriquén.
34: Braceros.
35: Cambodian American.
36: Care/Caregiving.
37: Career Development.
38: Central American.
39: Chamorro.
40: Change Agent.
41: Charreada.
42: Chicanos.
43: Chincate.
44: Chinese American.
45: Chinese Exclusion Act.
46: Civil Rights.
47: Class-Bound.
48: Community.
49: Compadrazco.
50: Conformity Stage.
51: Confucianism.
52: Connectedness.
53: Consultant.
54: Conventional Counseling/Western Psychology.
55: Coping.
56: Counseling.
57: Covert Intentional Racism.
58: Covert Unintentional Racism.
59: Los Criollos.
60: Cross-Cultural Behavior Therapy.
61: Cross-Cultural Counseling.
62: Cross-Cultural Training.
63: Cuban American.
64: Cultural Absolutism.
65: Cultural Accommodation/Cultural Negotiation.
66: Cultural Bias.
67: Cultural Competence.
68: Cultural Conflict.
69: Cultural Congruence.
70: Cultural Continuity.
71: Cultural Destructiveness.
72: Cultural Difference Hypothesis.
73: Cultural Drift.
74: Cultural Encapsulation.
75: Cultural Equivalence.
76: Cultural Evolution.
77: Cultural Incapacity.
78: Cultural Loss.
79: Cultural Mosaic.
80: Cultural Oppression.
81: Cultural Paranoia.
82: Cultural Pluralism.
83: Cultural Preservation.
84: Cultural Proficiency.
85: Cultural Racism.
86: Cultural Region.
87: Cultural Relativism.
88: Cultural Synergy.
89: Culturally Deprived.
90: Culturally Disadvantaged.
91: Culturally Distinct.
92: Culturally Sensitive Approaches.
93: Culture.
94: Culture-Blindness.
95: Culture-Bound.
96: Culture-Bound Syndrome.
97: Culture Broker.
98: Culture-Centered.
99: Culture Contact.
100: Culture-Free Testing.
101: Culture Shock.
102: Deaf Culture.
103: Deviance.
104: Dia De La Raza.
105: Dignidad: Respeto Y Relajo.
106: Disadvantaged.
107: Discrimination.
108: Disease.
109: Dissonance Stage.
110: Diversification.
111: Diversity.
112: Divination.
113: Educationally Disadvantaged.
114: Eidos.
115: Empowerment.
116: Encomiendas.
117: Enculturation.
118: Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).
119: Equality/Inequality.
120: Ethnic Cleansing.
121: Ethnic Gloss.
122: Ethnic Identity.
123: Ethnic Identity Development.
124: Ethnic Reference Group.
125: Ethnic Self-Identification.
126: Ethnicity.
127: Ethnocaring.
128: Ethnocentrism.
129: Ethnography.
130: Ethnomethodology.
131: Ethnonationalism.
132: Ethos.
133: Etic/Emic.
134: Euro-American.
135: Eurocentric.
136: Exorcism.
137: External Locus of Control-External Locus of Responsibility (EC-ER) and External Locus of Control-Internal Locus of Responsibility (EC-IR).
138: Externalize.
139: Face.
140: Family.
141: Fatalismo.
142: Feminism.
143: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
144: Field Dependence/Independence.
145: Generic Characteristics of Counseling.
146: Genogram.
147: Ghost Sickness.
148: Glass Ceiling.
149: Go for Broke.
150: Healthy Paranoia.
151: High-Low Context Communication.
152: Hispanic/Latino.
153: Holocultural Method.
154: Homeless.
155: Ho'oponopono.
156: Iberians.
157: Identity.
158: Identity Structure Analysis.
159: Idiocentrism.
160: Illness.
161: Inclusivity.
162: Indian Health Service.
163: Individual Racism.
164: Indochinese Refugees.
165: Institutional Racism.
166: Institutions.
167: Integrative Awareness Stage of Identity.
168: Interactive Decision Model.
169: Intercultural Sensitivity.
170: Intergroup Marriage.
171: Internal Locus of Control-Internal Locus of Responsibility (IC-IR) and Internal Locus of Control-External Locus of Responsibility (IC-ER).
172: Interracial.
173: Introspection Stage.
174: Issei.
175: Italian American.
176: Japanese Americans.
177: Kibei.
178: Kinesics.
179: Korean American.
180: Kwanzaa.
181: Labeling Theory.
182: Laotian.
183: Latah.
184: Learned Helplessness.
185: Machismo.
186: Macroculture.
187: Magic.
188: Mainstream Culture.
189: Majority.
190: Majority Status.
191: Managing Diversity.
192: Marginal Man (Person).
193: Marginality.