Tikkun Olam: Bringing and Keeping Religion in the Multicultural Family

By Lewis Z. Schlosser, Pamela F. Foley, Ellyn S. Poltrock, Jason R. Holmwood, Paul E. Priester

August 2005

The presenters developed an understanding of how religion is studied and conceptualized in the field of psychology by categorizing scholarly journal articles which mention religion from 1994-2003. They found that spirituality and religion are often conflated and that religion is not often accounted for in discussions of multiculturalism. They suggest that practitioners put more effort into understanding religion and its effect on its practitioners.

Topic: Spirituality, Psychology/Psychiatry, Family, Cultural Sensitivity, Multiculturalism, Scholarship, Religion, Diversity, Academic Research

Name of Publication: Symposium conducted at the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC

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Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Schlosser, Lewis Z. Foley, Pamela F. Poltrock, Ellyn S. Holmwood, Jason R. Priester, Paul E. Tikkun Olam: Bringing and Keeping Religion in the Multicultural Family. Symposium conducted at the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. August 2005: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=5622


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