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Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling and Human Services Multiple Influences on Self-Concept Development,9780205403332
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Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling and Human Services Multiple Influences on Self-Concept Development

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780205403332

ISBN10:
0205403336
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/9/2005
Publisher(s):
Pearson

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Summary

Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling addresses the fundamental social and cultural foundations upon which counselors and other helpers develop the knowledge and skill to work effectively with diverse populations. The premise of this text is that such foundational knowledge includes learning about self-concept development within a cultural and sociological context and about the impact that both individual differences and collectivistic philosophies have on cultural and personal identity. It distinctively features a social psychology perspective of diversity, complemented by an understanding of self-concept theory and its interaction with other models of identity development.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Society, Culture, Counseling, and Human Services
1(22)
Society
3(2)
Culture
5(9)
Enculturation
6(1)
Acculturation
6(2)
Assimilation
8(1)
Encapsulation
9(1)
Collectivism
10(1)
Individualism
11(1)
Interculture and Intraculture
12(1)
Subculture
13(1)
Worldview
14(1)
Diversity and Counseling
14(9)
Orientation to Time
15(2)
Language
17(1)
Unearned Privilege
18(2)
Orientation to Nature
20(2)
Counseling Inferences
22(1)
The Emerging Self and Social Learning
23(28)
Self-Concept Theory
23(5)
The Structure of Self-Concept
24(1)
Self-Structure and Cultural Influence
25(3)
Altering the Self-Concept
28(5)
Ecstatic Events
29(1)
Traumatic Events
29(1)
Intervention
30(1)
Self-Determination
31(1)
Repeated Life Events
31(2)
Stability of the Self-Concept
33(1)
Related Developmental Theories
34(1)
Self-View, Worldview, and Social Learning
35(4)
Social Cognition Learning Model
36(1)
Social Learning Theory
37(1)
Social Learning and Self-Efficacy
38(1)
Deviant Behavior
39(4)
Violence and Abuse
43(3)
Violence and Homicide
43(1)
Suicide
44(1)
Physical and Sexual Abuse
45(1)
Substance Abuse
46(1)
Education
46(1)
Technology and Self-Development
47(2)
Counseling Inferences
49(2)
Social, Cultural, and Racial Identity
51(18)
Social Identity Theory
51(5)
Categorization
52(2)
Identification
54(1)
Social Comparison
54(2)
Cultural Identity Theory
56(3)
Critique of Identity Models
57(1)
Cultural Identity Research
58(1)
Race, Ethnicity, and Identity
59(3)
Racial Identity
60(1)
Race as Social Construction
60(2)
Self as a Cultural Product
62(4)
Individualism and Collectivism
63(2)
Independence and Interdependence
65(1)
Counseling Inferences
66(3)
Cultural, Racial, and Ethnic Identity Models
69(24)
Racial Identity Models
70(14)
Black Identity
70(3)
White Identity
73(2)
Asian Identity
75(2)
Biracial Identity
77(3)
Racial and Cultural Identity Model (R/CID)
80(2)
Optimal Theory Model
82(1)
Ivey's Cultural Identity Model
82(2)
Ethnic Identity
84(4)
Ethnic Models
85(1)
Ethnicity and Self-Concept Development
86(2)
Multiple Identities
88(2)
Self-Consciousness and Identity
90(1)
Counseling Inferences
91(2)
Sex, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Identity
93(18)
Sex
93(3)
Gender
96(6)
Gender and Culture
97(4)
Gender and Identity
101(1)
Sexual Orientation Identity
102(7)
Theories and Research Findings
104(1)
Terminology
104(2)
Sexual Orientation Identity and Development Models
106(3)
Counseling Inferences
109(2)
Family, Culture, and Self-Concept Development
111(18)
Family Structure
112(3)
Family and Culture
115(10)
African American Families
115(1)
Arab American Families
116(2)
Asian American Families
118(1)
European American Families
119(1)
Jewish American Families
120(2)
Latino/Hispanic Families
122(1)
Native American Families
123(2)
Family and Community Ties
125(2)
Counseling Inferences
127(2)
Ability, Attractiveness, Aging, and Self-Image
129(18)
Physical Development and Self-Image
130(4)
Body Stereotypes
131(1)
Body Image and Self-Concept Development
132(2)
Media
134(1)
Ableism and Disability
134(5)
Aging and Ageism
139(7)
Common Stressors and Cultural Factors
140(1)
Physical Appearance, Ability, and Disability
141(1)
Ageism
142(4)
Counseling Inferences
146(1)
Spirituality, Religion, and Self-Concept Development
147(16)
Historical Considerations
147(2)
Defining Spirituality and Religion
149(14)
Comparison of Spirituality and Religion
149(2)
Culture-Specific Perspectives
151(9)
Spirituality and Counseling
160(1)
Counseling Inferences
161(2)
Social Class and Economic Considerations
163(14)
Socioeconomic Status and Social Class
164(6)
Classism
167(1)
Poverty
168(2)
SES and Self-Concept Development
170(3)
Affluence and Poverty
170(1)
Gender, Race, and Marital Status
171(1)
Stress
171(2)
Counseling Inferences
173(4)
Counseling and Cultural Diversity
177(26)
Cultural Aspects of Counseling
177(5)
Counseling Approaches and Skills
178(3)
Cultural Bias in Counseling
181(1)
Being a Culturally Effective Counselor
182(11)
Multicultural Approaches
182(8)
Skills of a Culturally Effective Counselor
190(3)
Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment
193(5)
Group Procedures with Diverse Clients
198(1)
Advocacy, Conflict Resolution, and Social Justice
199(2)
Counseling Inferences
201(2)
Ethical and Legal Issues
203(24)
Ethical Standards
203(6)
National Board of Certified Counselors
204(1)
American Counseling Association
205(1)
National Organization for Human Service Education
206(1)
Ethical Distinctions
206(3)
Multicultural Competency
209(5)
Competency I: Counselor's Awareness of Own Cultural Values and Biases
209(2)
Competency II: Counselor's Awareness of Clients' Worldviews
211(1)
Competency III: Culturally Appropriate Intervention Strategies
212(2)
Human Service Education
214(1)
Laws, Legal Issues, and Diverse Clients
214(13)
Search for Freedom: A Chronology of Immigration and Citizenship Legislation
215(2)
Equality and Justice for All: A History of Legislation and Court Rulings
217(6)
Counseling Inferences
223(4)
Research Issues and Future Considerations for Counseling Diverse Populations
227(12)
Research Issues and Concerns
227(4)
Measuring Cultural Perspectives
228(1)
Racial/Ethnic Matching
228(2)
Outcomes
230(1)
Methodological Issues
230(1)
Future Direction in Multicultural Research
231(1)
Future Trends and Issues
232(4)
Counseling Inferences
236(3)
Appendix Diversity Websites 239(6)
References 245(18)
Author Index 263(6)
Subject Index 269


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