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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Lott, Bernice E.
Psychology and economic injustice.
Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, c2007
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bernice E Lott; Heather E Bullock
|Description:||x, 190 p. ; 24 cm.|
Growing up poor and middle class : Heather Bullock's story --
Working-class origins and class-conscious awakening : Bernice Lott's story --
Psychology, social class, and resources for human welfare --
The psychology and politics of class warfare --
Professional activism for social change and economic justice.
|Series Title:||Psychology of women book series.|
|Responsibility:||Bernice Lott and Heather E. Bullock.|
"Authors Bernice Lott and Heather E. Bullock present narratives of their experiences as psychologists who grew up in working class and low-income families. They trace the relationship between their own development as feminist psychologists and their concern with social and economic justice. Drawing from diverse sources, they present data on social class and poverty, and tie these to social psychology and feminist perspectives. Empirical literature is described to illustrate the injustices faced by families in what is described as similar to racism in America - classism. The volume ends with recommendations for policy, education, further research, and citizen advocacy, while moving from psychology to state and federal issues.
Researchers and practitioners in psychology, sociology, social work, or education, with an interest in social problems, gender issues, and multiculturalism, will find this to be a noteworthy contribution to the field."--BOOK JACKET.
- Social classes -- United States -- Psychological aspects.
- Feminist psychology -- United States.
- Poor women -- United States -- Psychology.
- Discrimination -- United States.
- Soziale Klasse.
- Wirtschaftliche Lage.
- Feminist psychology.
- Poor women -- Psychology.
- Social classes -- Psychological aspects.
- United States.