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Positive nations and communities [electronic resource] : collective, qualitative and cultural-sensitive processes in positive psychology

Positive nations and communities [electronic resource] : collective, qualitative and cultural-sensitive processes in positive psychology

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Águeda Marujo, Helena. Neto, Luis Miguel.
Title Statement
Positive nations and communities [electronic resource] : collective, qualitative and cultural-sensitive processes in positive psychology / Helena Águeda Marujo, Luis Miguel Neto, editors.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Dordrecht :   Springer Netherlands :   Imprint: Springer,   2014.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xxiv, 262 p.).
Series Statement
Cross-cultural advancements in positive psychology,2210-5417 ; 6
ISBN
9789400768697
요약
This book approaches the field of positive psychology from a post-modern perspective. It explores the consequences of combining current trends and models with supplementary participatory and transformative methods. The book brings a more collective, qualitative, culturally sensitive and transformative approach to the processes of making sense and implementing the science of positive psychology. It moves beyond the individual level towards a “knowledge community” and “knowledge of the communities”. The book is an invitation to more participatory and polyphonic dialogues in the field of positive psychology.  .
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Preface; Ruut Veenhoven -- Introduction: Towards a Participatory and Ethical Consciousness in Positive Psychology; Helena Águeda Marujo and Luis Miguel Neto -- Part I. Introductory Perspectives -- Chapter 1. Two Images: Rhizome and the Gift Exchange in Life and Service; Christopher J. Kinman -- Chapter 2. Positive Institutions, Communities, and Nations: Methods and Internationalizing Positive Psychology Concepts; Grant J. Rich -- Part II. Display of Psychological Attributes: From Personal to Social.- Chapter 3. The Altruism Spiral: An Integrated Model for a Harmonious Future; Lawrence Soosai-Nathan and Antonella Delle Fave -- Chapter 4. The Importance of Friendship in the Construction of Positive Nations; Graciela Tonon and Lía Rodriguez de la Vega -- Chapter 5. Satsang: A Culture Specific Effective Practice for Well-Being; Kamlesh Singh, Anjali Jain and Dalbir Singh -- Chapter 6. Co-curricular Activities and Student Development: How Positive Nations encourage students to pursue careers in Psychology; Mercedes A. McCormick, Grant J. Rich, Deborah Harris O'Brien and Annie Chai.- Part III. Realization: From Individual to Collective -- Chapter 7. The European Championship as a Positive Festivity: Changes in Strenghts of Character Before, During and After the Euro 2008 in Switzerland; René Proyer, Fabian Gander, Sara Wellenzohn and Willibald Ruch.- Chapter 8. Positive Psychology and Interpersonal Forgiveness within Cultures; Julio R. Neto, Robert Enright, Bruna Seibel and Silvia Koller -- Chapter 9. South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Process as Applied Positive Psychology in Nation Building; Marié P. Wissing and Q. Michael Temane.- Part IV- Agency: From Passive to Active -- Chapter 10. Gross National Happiness: A Case Example of a Himalayan Kingdom’s Attempt to Build Positive Nations; George W. Burns -- Chapter 11. The Revolution of Happiness and the Happiness of Political Revolutions: Reflections around the Portuguese Case; Miguel Pereira Lopes, Patricia Jardim da Palma and Telmo Ferreira Alves.- Chapter 12. Positive Community Psychology and Positiv Community Development: Research and Intervention as Transformative Appreciative Actions; Luis Miguel Neto and Helena Águeda Marujo.-Chapter 13. From South West Africa to Namibia: Subjective Well-Being Twenty-one Years after Independence; S. Rothmann and Martina Perstling.      .
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Positive psychology. Psychology.
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520 ▼a This book approaches the field of positive psychology from a post-modern perspective. It explores the consequences of combining current trends and models with supplementary participatory and transformative methods. The book brings a more collective, qualitative, culturally sensitive and transformative approach to the processes of making sense and implementing the science of positive psychology. It moves beyond the individual level towards a “knowledge community” and “knowledge of the communities”. The book is an invitation to more participatory and polyphonic dialogues in the field of positive psychology.  .
530 ▼a Issued also as a book.
538 ▼a Mode of access: World Wide Web.
650 0 ▼a Positive psychology.
650 0 ▼a Psychology.
700 1 ▼a Águeda Marujo, Helena.
700 1 ▼a Neto, Luis Miguel.
830 0 ▼a Cross-cultural advancements in positive psychology ; ▼v v. 6.
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