For undergraduate and graduate courses in multicultural psychology, race/ethnicity and psychology, and cultural psychology.
This research-based and highly applied text aims to increase students’ sensitivity, awareness, and knowledge regarding the role of ethnicity, race, and culture and how they influence human behavior and adjustment. A diverse and highly respected team of authors effortlessly weaves together theory with the latest research on ethnic and racial minority groups. Engaging boxes throughout the chapters also highlight cross-cultural findings and emphasize practical applications of data. Multicultural Psychology provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of multicultural and ethnocultural psychology.
Updates to the Second Edition include:
A new title, updated from The Psychology of Ethnic Groups in the United States better reflects the expanded coverage and the latest developments in the field New and revised chapter-opening vignettes and boxes highlight core concepts and practical applicationsChapter-ending Key Terms, Learn by Doing exercises, and Suggested Readings reinforce comprehension and retentionRevised ancillaries include an instructor's manual and test bank as well as PowerPoint slides and a Companion Website for students