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Published: 29 January 2019

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Multicultural Psychology

Fifth edition

Dr. Jeffrey Scott Mio, Dr. Melanie M. Domenech Rodríguez, Lori A. Barker, and John Gonzalez

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New to this Edition:

  • A fourth author, John Gonzalez, revised the racism and identity development chapters and added a section on American-Indian identity development (Chapters 6 and 7).
  • Consistent identifying language for various ethnic groups reflects current trends in the field, including the terms "European American" and "Latinx," which are both gender-neutral.
  • Updated content on the worldviews of women now includes coverage of the "Me Too" movement.
  • The concept of WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic) was added to the worldview chapter (Chapter 3).
  • Additional, current examples of racism include the Neo-Nazi protest in Charlottesville, the shooting of Philando Castille, and the response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
  • Material on the worldview of those in poverty has been expanded (Chapter 3).
  • The racism chapter now covers the biopsychosocial model (Chapter 6).
  • Further discussion of the Supreme Court decision to allow same-sex marriage has been added to Chapter 10.
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