Toward a Socially Responsible Psychology for a Global Era
This book explores the concept of “socially-responsible psychology in a global age” and how it might be used to organize, integrate and bring enhanced focus a field that has the potential to contribute to solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. In this volume, the editors explore the central and defining features of socially-responsible psychology, challenges that this work would face, and the mechanisms and processes by which psychological work could be synergistically integrated with the work of other disciplines. For this purpose, the volume also examines a variety of factors currently that limit psychology in carrying out this goal.
Defines the concept of socially-responsible psychology Provides a multi-layer analysis of social health, as separate from peace psychology Basic issues for creating social responsibility & ethics courses in psychology