ARCP 10: Critical Psychology in a Changing World: Building Bridges and Expanding the Dialogue

 

 

 

 

This issue of the Annual Review of Critical Psychology is devoted to critical work around the world. This journey began in 2006 with ARCP 5: Critical Psychology in a Changing World. In this leg of the journey, the 49 papers of this issue will take the reader on a very informative tour around the globe, visiting psychological scholarship in places such as Aotearoa-New Zealand, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Cuba, Denmark, Flandern, France, German Speaking countries, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Nigeria, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, and USA.

 

Contents of ARCP 10

 

Editorial
This World is not Enough: the Dialectics of Critical Psychology
Manolis Dafermos, Athanasios Marvakis, Mihalis Mentinis, Desmond Painter & Sofia Triliva

 

Aotearoa-New Zealand Ι
Pasifikology. News from psychologies’ margins in Aotearoa/New Zealand: An interview with Siautu Alefaio-Tugia
Mandy Morgan & Leigh Coombes

 

Aotearoa-New Zealand II
Studying Racism in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Keith Tuffin

 

Argentina
Why are they confined? The knowledge and practices of institutionalised children
Jorgelina Di Iorio & Susana Seidmann

 

Australia
Critical psychology in a context of ongoing acts of colonisation
DamienW.Riggs

 

Austria
The challenge of being a critical psychologist in times of crisis: An example from Austria
Reinhilde Trinks, Andrea Birbaumer & Anna Keclik

 

Brazil I
Critical Psychology in Brazil: A Sketch of its History between the End of the 20th Century and the Early 21st Century
Fernando Lacerda

 

Brazil II
Different facets, problems and potentialities for critical psychology in dealing with the everyday life of the Brazilian working class
Raquel Guzzo, Cristiane Marçal &Larissa Rybka

 

Brazil III
Critical social psychology in Brazil: politics, gender, and subjects of dissidence
Maria Juracy Tonelli, Katia Maheirie, Juliana Perucchi, Claudia Mayorga, Ilana Mountian & Marco Aurélio Maximo Prado

 

Brazil IV
Historical-Cultural Psychology, Marxism and Education
Silvana Calvo Tuleski Marilda Gonçalves Dias Facci & Sônia Mari Shima Barroco

 

Brazil V
Contributions of Schizoanalysis to Critical Psychology in Brazil
Domenico Uhng Hur

 

Brazil VI
Violence, guilt and act: Psychoanalysis and politics
Henrique Figueiredo Carneiro & collaborators

 

Chile
From the subjectivity of the object to the subjectivation of research: Practices of social research in Chile
Svenska Arensburg Castelli, Andrés Haye Molina, Francisco Jeanneret Brith, Juan Sandoval Moya & María José Reyes Andreani

 

China I
Working at the Borders: Reconstructing the History of Chinese Psychology from the Perspective of Critical Psychology
Bo Wang

 

China II
Critical Psychology is not psychology: an essay from the perspective of an ancient Chinese philosopher Gongsun Longzi written by a so-called Hong Kong psychologist
Fu Wai

 

China III
The Emergence of Modern Psychology in China, 1876 – 1929
Zhipeng Gao

 

Colombia
Threats and Opportunities for Critical Psychology in Colombia: The Context of an Agenda
Ángela María Estrada Mesa

 

Cuba
Psychology and Psychotherapy in Cuba Today: Important Figures and Theoretical Aspects
Raul Ernesto García

 

Denmark
Dialectical Approaches in Recent Danish Critical Psychology
Kristine Kousholt & Rie Thomsen

 

Flandern
The universality of the virtual absence of Critical Psychology in Flanders. Some personal remarks
Jan De Vos

 

France
Researching the other: the use of social distance in Critical Psychology research in France
Rebecca Weber & Alexandra Levasseur

 

German Speaking countries
Critical psychoanalytic social psychology in the German speaking countries
Markus Brunner, Nicole Burgermeister, Jan Lohl, Marc Schwietring & Sebastian Winter

 

Germany
Bologna process and neurohype: Current challenges to critical psychology in Germany
Vanessa Lux

 

Greece
The Cook, the Chef and their Lover: Reflexions on the Neoliberal Adventures of the “Greek” Self
Mihalis Mentinis

 

India I
At the Edge of (Critical) Psychology
Anup Dhar & Sabah Siddiqui

 

India II
Resounding Echoes from Afar: Defamiliarizing Psychology in India
Manasi Kumar & China Mills

 

Ireland
Critical Psychology in Ireland: Diversity challenges unitary discourses about “the Irish”
Geraldine Moane

 

Italy
The origins, characteristics and development of Critical Psychology in Italy
Francesco Paolo Colucci & Lorenzo Montali

 

Japan
Critical Psychology in Japan: Voices for change
Yasuhiro Igarashi, Atsuko Aono, Tin Tin Htun, Satoshi Suzuki, & Hajime Tanabe

 

Latin America I
Three critical approaches to psychology in Latin America -their rise and fall
Fernando Luis González Rey & Albertina Mitjans Martínez

 

Latin America II
An Interview with Silvia Tatiana Maurer Lane (1933-2006): Pioneer of the Brazilian critical and community social psychology
Bernardo Jimenez Domínguez

 

Latin America III
Outlining Critical Psychology of Work in Latin America
Hernán Camilo Pulido Martínez

 

Mexico I
People in Motion: A Look at the Indigenous Cultures in Modern Michoacan
Ana María Méndez Puga, María de Lourdes Vargas Garduño, Alethia D. Vargas Silva, Eduardo Lugo Nolasco & Anayuli Torres Molina

 

Mexico II
Critical Psychology in Mexico: Realities and Potentialities
David Pavón Cuéllar, Mario Orozco Guzmán, Flor de María Gamboa Solís & Emilio Alfredo Huerta Arellano

 

Nigeria
Decolonizing the notion of mental illness and healing in Nigeria, West Africa
Adebayo Clement Akomolafe

 

Norway I
From an individualized to a societal social psychology: Ideology and ideological changes as reflected in language usage
Hilde Eileen Nafstad & Rolv Mikkel Blakar

 

Norway II
Doing Critical Psychology in a State of Affluence
Ole Jacob Madsen

 

Philippines I
Sikolohiyang Pilipino: 50 Years of Critical-Emancipatory Social Science in the Philippines
Narcisa Paredes-Canilao & Maria Ana Babaran-Diaz

 

Philippines II
Critical Research in Philippine Community Psychology
Ma. Nancy B. Florendo, Tala Aurora T. Salinas-Ramos & Maria Cecilia R. San Luis

 

Portugal
Critical Feminist Psychology from the Semi-peripheral Southwest of Europe: The Intriguing Case of Portugal
João Manuel de Oliveira, Luísa Saavedra, Sofia Neves & Conceição Nogueira

 

Romania
Critical psychology without critical psychologists? Reflections on the critical potential of social representations theory in a post-communist society
Radu Neculau

 

Slovenia
On critical psychology in Slovenia
Metka Mencin Čeplak & Mirjana Ule

 

South Africa
Contexts and Continuities of Critique: Reflections on the Current State of Critical Psychology in South Africa
Desmond Painter, Peace Kiguwa & Werner Böhmke

 

Sri Lanka
Critical Psychology in Sri Lanka: The Buddhist perspective
Manjula Vithanapathirana

 

Tansania-Nigeria
A Theory of the Gates of Stress in Everyday Life: A Challenge to Eurocentrism
Augustine Nwoye

 

Turkey I
Psychology as Labour, Criticism and Solidarity -An account of the critical psychology experience from Turkey
Barış Ö. Şensoy, Elif Okan, Güneş Kayacı, Miray Erbey & Özge Yılmaz

 

Turkey II
Critical Psychology in Turkey: Recent Developments
Aysel Kayaoğlu & Sertan Batur

 

United Kingdom
England’s Dreaming? UK critical psychology, 2011
John Cromby & Martin Willis

 

USA I
Activist Support as a Form of Critical Psychology Praxis
Tod Sloan

 

USA II
Critical Psychology without Social Theory in the US? Nancy Chodorow, Feminism and Relational Psychoanalysis
Bogdan Popa

 

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