Self, Community and Psychology
Norman Duncan (Ph. D.)
UCT Press, 2004 - Social psychology - 344 pages
A reader for students at the University of South Africa studying community psychology. It addresses ideologies of race, gender and sexuality that together create particular South African post-colonial realities which legitimise oppression and cultural dispossession.
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