ARCP 5: Critical Psychology in a Changing World (Contributions from different geo-political regions)

Editors: Manolis Dafermos, Athanasios Marvakis
and Sofia Triliva.
University of Crete, Department of Psychology.

What is the difference between forms of ‘critical psychology’ in various cultural-political contexts? What can we learn about ‘critical psychology’ in different traditions? What resources are there for challenging the homogenisation of contemporary ‘critical psychology’ from around the globe?

Contents of ARCP 5

Introduction: Critiques in psychology – critical psychology
Manolis Dafermos & Athanasios Marvakis

On critical psychology in Turkey
Sertan Batur & Ersin Asl – türk

Critical psychology in the belly of the beast – Notes from North America
Tod Sloan & Stephanie Austin & Daniel Noam Warner

Biculturalism, gender and critical social movements in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Still speaking from psychologies’ margins
Mandy Morgan & Leigh Coombes & Bronwyn Campbell

Towards a critique of the Iranian psy-complex
Babak Fozooni

Critical psychology and critical practice in Britain
Ian Parker

Beyond the mainstream: Approaches to critical psychology in the German-speaking community and their international significance
Josef Held

Critical psychology in Austria
Daniel Sanin

Iceland: Psychology in a cold climate: Critical challenges
Annadís G. Rúdólfsdóttir

Critical (feminist) psychology in Portugal. It will be possible?
Conceição Nogueira & Luísa Saavedra & Sofia Neves

Italian and Spanish critical psychological concerns
Barbara Biglia & Ángel J. Gordo López

Role of Critical Psychology in Japan: Protest Against Positivistic Psychology and Search for New Knowledge of the Mind
Yasuhiro Igarashi

Critical psychology in Norway: A brief review commenting on why critical psychology is currently virtually absent
Rolv Mikkel Blakar & Hilde Eileen Nafstad

Critical Psychology in the Czech Republic: One of Possible Description
Zbynek Vybiral

(De)constructing psychology in Greece
Manolis Dafermos & Athanasios Marvakis & Sofia Triliva

Critical psychology in a Danish context
Line Lerche Mørck & Lotte Huniche

Critical psychology in South Africa: Histories, Themes and Prospects
Desmond Painter & Martin Terre Blanche & Jill Henderson

Rethinking Psychology in India: Debating Pasts and Futures
Manasi Kumar

Critical psychology in Venezuela
Maritza Montero & Marisela Montenegro

Reflections on the emergence of a critical psychology in Chile
Isabel Piper Shafir

Critical Psychologies in Ireland: Transforming Contexts and Political Possibilities
Siobhán Madden & Geraldine Moane

Critical psychological approaches in Brazil: When, where, why
João Eduardo Coin de Carvalho & Christian Ingo Lenz Dunker

What Does an elephant think of Finnish psychology?
Teija Nissinen

Kenya: The faint Voice in academia. Including the excluded: An analysis of the Psychology of Nandi Proverbs and its place in Critical Psychology
Rose Ruto-Korir

Critical construction of psychology in Colombia
Nelson Molina Valencia & Angela María Estrada Mesa

Annual Review of Critical Psychology is an international peer-reviewed online open-access journal (ISSN 1746-739X)