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Convergence of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender, The: Multiple Identities in Counseling,9780024024817

Convergence of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender, The: Multiple Identities in Counseling

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9780024024817

ISBN10:
0024024813
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

For courses in Multicultural Counseling or as a supplement in Intro to Counseling courses, or Multicultural Psychology courses. This cutting edge text recognizes that the identities that comprise people's lives are simultaneous and intersecting. It does not limit multicultural counseling to race, ethnicity, and culture, but examines the subject within the context of the multiple selves that exist in all people. The only book of its kind authored by African-American women, it moves beyond traditional methods of counseling to embrace feminist and diversity theories, methods, and techniques. By interjecting humor and fascinating stories, the authors have created an insightful, often provocative text that offers relevant suggestions for evolving into a competent multicultural counselor.

Table of Contents

Part One Imaging Identities
Imaging Diversity
2(24)
Development of Multiculturalism in Counseling: An Overview
5(2)
Diverse Identities: An Overview
7(2)
A, B, And C Dimensions
9(1)
Work and Family
9(1)
Images of Diverse Identities
10(10)
Culture
10(2)
Race
12(1)
Ethnicity
13(1)
Gender
14(1)
Sexuality
15(1)
Disability
16(1)
Socioeconomic Class
17(2)
Spirituality
19(1)
Implications for Counselors
20(1)
Cultural Encapsulation?
20(6)
Valued Cultures
26(28)
Dimensions of Culture
28(2)
Culture and Values
30(1)
Conceptualizations of the Self
31(15)
The Discrete Self
32(2)
The Extended Self
34(12)
Implications for Counselors
46(1)
Women in Counseling
47(7)
Statused Identities
54(20)
Identities as Status: The Robinson Model on Discourses
56(2)
Assumptions of Hierarchical Socialization Patterns
58(10)
Racism
58(4)
Patriarchy
62(1)
Sexism
63(1)
Homophobia
64(1)
Able-Body-ism
65(1)
Class Elitism
66(1)
Ageism
66(2)
Implications for Counselors
68(1)
Multiple and Textured Identities
69(5)
Part Two Converging Identities
Converging Race
74(24)
Race and Science
76(2)
Race as a Social Construction
78(1)
Racial Identity Development
79(7)
Cross's Nigresence Model
80(1)
The Racial/Cultural Identity Development Model
81(1)
Additional Measures of Identity
82(1)
Biracial Identity Development
83(1)
White Racial Identity Development
83(2)
Optimal Theory Applied to Identity Development (OTAID)
85(1)
A Bird-Eye's View of the Research
86(1)
Implications for Counselors
87(3)
Biracial, not Binary
90(8)
Converging Gender
98(22)
Gender and Biology
100(1)
The Politics of Hormones
101(1)
Gender Role Socialization
102(1)
Sex Differences
103(2)
Sex Role Typology
105(1)
Orthogonal and Bipolar Models
106(1)
Women and Sex Role Typology
107(1)
Men and Sex Role Typology
108(3)
Implications for Counselors
111(2)
Redefining Womanhood
113(7)
Converging Sexual Orientation
120(26)
Definitions and Terminology
122(2)
Guided Phantasy
124(3)
Procedure
124(3)
Developmental Processes
127(8)
The Developmental Process of Coming Out
128(1)
Cass's Model of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Sexual Identity Formation
128(7)
Additional Counseling Strategies
135(1)
Rationale for a Focus on Gay and Lesbian Issues in Counseling
135(2)
Counseling Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexuals of Color
137(2)
Slowly Coming out of the Closet
139(7)
Converging Physical Attractiveness, Ability, and Disability
146(22)
Physical Attractiveness as a Status Variable
148(1)
The Convergence of Physical Attractiveness with Gender and Race
149(4)
Sex Role Typology, Body Image, and Satisfaction
153(3)
Men and Body Image
156(1)
Disability and Experiences in and of the Body
157(3)
Implications for Counselors
160(1)
Redefining Manhood
161(7)
Converging Socioeconomic Class
168(20)
Class: An Identity Construct
170(1)
The Neglect of Class as a Status Variable
171(1)
Middle-Class Bias and Counselor Training
172(5)
Cultural Links and Class Effects
177(2)
Race, Gender, and Class
179(2)
Implications for Counselors
181(1)
Poor, not Impoverished
182(6)
Part Three Images of Diversity in Society
Images of Diversity in Schools
188(20)
Diversity and Integration
190(1)
Tracking
190(3)
Gender, Race, Class, and Education
193(3)
Multicultural Education
196(2)
The Cross-Cultural Awareness Continuum Model
197(1)
Implications for Counselors
198(2)
Children, Divorce, and Counseling in Schools
200(8)
Images of Diversity in Family Relationships
208(22)
Families in The New Millennium
210(1)
Overview of Family Systems
211(4)
Counseling Theories for Family Practice
215(4)
Structure
216(1)
Subsystems
216(1)
Boundaries
217(1)
Goals
218(1)
Multicultural Theoretical Perspectives in Family Therapy
219(1)
Implications for Counselors
220(10)
African Americans
220(1)
Asian Americans
221(2)
Latinos
223(1)
Native American Indians
224(6)
Images of Diversity in Career Counseling
230(18)
Civilian Labor Force Outlook
232(3)
Sources of Difference and Occupational Choice
235(2)
Identity and Vocational Development
237(1)
Achieved Identity
237(1)
Foreclosed Identity
237(1)
Moratorium Identity
237(1)
Diffused Identity
237(1)
Gender and Career Decision Making
238(1)
Career Counseling
239(1)
Identity Constructs and Career Counseling
240(1)
Implications for Counselors
241(1)
A Career Issue is a Personal Issue
242(6)
Images of Cultural Violence and Empowerment
248(22)
Statistics on Violence
250(1)
Biology, Gender, and Aggression
251(2)
Gender Roles, Power, and Aggression
253(1)
Youths and Violence
254(1)
Domestic Violence
254(3)
Social and Cultural Notions of Sexual Violence
257(5)
Childhood Sexual Assault
260(1)
Reactions to Being Violated
261(1)
Male Survivors of Sexual Violence
262(1)
Empowering Survivors of Violence
262(1)
Implications for Counselors
263(1)
Acts of Faith
264(6)
Part Four Reimaging Counseling
Multicultural Competencies and Skills
270(18)
Overview of Multicultural Competencies
272(4)
Counselor Awareness of Own Cultural Values and Biases
272(1)
Counselor Awareness of Client's Worldview
273(1)
Culturally Appropriate Intervention Strategies
274(2)
Overview of Counselor Education Diversity Training
276(2)
A Model for Multicultural Counselor Training Programs
278(2)
Assessment and Diversity
280(2)
Implications for Counselors
282(1)
Across the Pacific, Home
282(6)
Empowering Clients
288(18)
Dubious Notions of Power and Powerlessness
290(1)
Power and the Therapeutic Process
291(2)
Counselors, Worldview, and Client Empowerment
293(1)
Gender, Empowerment, and Therapy
294(2)
Feminist Therapy for Women and Men
296(2)
Implications for Counselors
298(2)
A Man Lost and in Need
300(6)
Different Counseling Approaches to Understanding Diversity
306(16)
Healthy Psychological Resistance
308(3)
Umoja
310(1)
Umoja
311(1)
Kujichagalia
311(1)
Kujichagalia
312(1)
Ujima
312(1)
Ujima
312(1)
Ujaama
313(1)
Ujaama
313(1)
Nia
313(1)
Nia
313(1)
Kuumba
314(1)
Kuumba
314(1)
Imani
315(1)
Imani
315(1)
Narrative Therapy
315(1)
Alternative Healing Strategies
316(2)
Effective Lay-Led Healing
316(1)
Creative Arts
317(1)
Wellness
318(1)
Implications for Counselors
318(4)
Epilogue 322(3)
Name Index 325(4)
Subject Index 329


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