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Indian Tribes: A Psychological and Social Perspectives

Aradhana Shukla (Editor)
Synopsis This volume presents the critical views about cultural psychology. Also, it describes the psychological consequences of cultural diversity and intervention strategies for culturally deprived society. Contributors are dynamic researchers in the field of social sciences and they have shared their views on wide areas at where the impact of cultural identity or cultural diversity can be experienced. This volume has covered the broad range of the psyche of culture and it is hoped that this volume will help the researchers of cultural psychology in comprehensive manner.
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About the author

Aradhana Shukla

Aradhana Shukla is Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology at Kumaun University Campus, Almora. She did Ph.D. from Gorakhpur University and worked in Banaras Hindu University and Gorakhpur University before joining Kumaun University. She has written “Development of Representational Competence in children”, “Vyaktitva: Samprataya, Nirdharak Evam Siddhanta” and “Paryavaran Manovigyan” Vyavaharik Drishtikona”. Her areas of interest include cultural psychology, social psychology and cognitive psychology.

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Title Indian Tribes: A Psychological and Social Perspectives
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173917566
length x+238p., Figures; Tables; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.