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Theory, Research, and Action: Oppressive and Emancipatory Effects

  • Isaac Prilleltensky
  • Geoffrey Nelson

Abstract

In this chapter we try to discern the oppressive and emancipatory effects of what psychologists do. What we do falls generally within the domains of theory construction, grounded investigations, and action. In all of our roles there are inherent beliefs driving our efforts.

Keywords

Theory Construction Good Society Social Location Research Relationship Psychological Knowledge 
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© Isaac Prilleltensky and Geoffrey Nelson 2002

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  • Isaac Prilleltensky
  • Geoffrey Nelson

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