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DeLoach, Chante - - 2010
In this article, the authors will present findings from a phenomenological study exploring the healing experiences of favela residents who utilize Candomble as a psychospiritual intervention for traumatic response to neocolonial conditions. Findings have transnational implications for understanding Afro-Brazilian spiritual methods of resisting colonialism and the cultural genocide that plagues ...
Washington, Kevin - - 2010
This paper focuses on the Zulu people of South Afrika (Azania) and its perspective can be generalized to aspects of an Afrikan worldview with respect to Afrikan/Black Psychology. More specifically, this paper examines the role the Zulu traditional concept of spiritual wholeness (psychology) has played in maintaining a sense of ...
Piper-Mandy, Erylene - - 2010
This article has several aims. First, we provide a conceptual relationship for the more than forty year efforts to address the mental health needs of persons of African descent. Second, we advance an African-centered meta-theoretical framework for thinking about human development. Next we develop a theoretical framework for understanding both ...
Umut, Sema - - 2010
Hacimustafaoglu, Mustafa - - 2010
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