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Title Asian Americanist psychology : rediscovering our activist roots / Pedagogy Productions ; Microtraining Associates ; produced and edited by Dan Coles
Published [Place of publication not identified] : Alexander Street Press, [2009]
copyright 2009
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (52 min.)
Series Counseling and therapy in video, volume 1
Microtraining and multicultural development
Summary The growth of Asian American psychology has resulted in multiple challenges not only in methodology but also in epistemology. Dr. Okazaki discusses Asian American psychology's activist roots in the late 1960s to early 1970s Civil Rights Era as a model that needs to be brought once again to the forefront. She encourages us to move beyond research and practice that reify the notion of Asian Americans as the model minority She point out how and why research and practice need a more activist approach in current multi-disciplinary scholarship
Notes Accompanied by transcript of program, clips and abstract
Originally produced in 2008
Previously published as DVD
Title from title frames
Subject Asian Americans -- Ethnic identity.
Asian Americans -- Psychology.
Asian Americans -- Social conditions.
Psychology -- Research -- United States.
United States -- Ethnic relations -- Research.
Genre/Form Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Author Okazaki, Sumie.
Alexander Street Press.
Microtraining Associates.
Pedagogy Productions.
Teachers College (New York, N.Y.). Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education (25th : 2008)
Other Titles Rediscovering our activist roots