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[This book aims to take a step further towards constructing the developmental theoretical model of intercultural dynamics. We start our consideration by recognising that contemporary intercultural psychology faces the necessity to overcome methodological and conceptual reductionism of mainstream...
[Systemic organisation and structural dynamics of self-construction are considered in this chapter. Firstly, atomistic, essentialised and static representations of the self by mainstream psychological schools of thought are critically considered. Subsequently, the self is represented as a...
[Major acculturation research approaches are critically considered in this chapter. In particular, John Berry’s acculturation orientation theory and Arendt-Toth’s Van de Vijver’s domain-sensitive model are discussed. Methodological and empirical inconsistencies while making deductions during...
[Classic and contemporary culturally sensitive anthropsychological approaches to intercultural communication are considered in this chapter. They were elaborated in the first part and the middle of the twentieth century; however, they were sidelined from the mainstream of psychological science....
[This chapter explores the meaning and place of the concept of proculturation in the field of intercultural psychological dynamics. It emphasises the importance of the systemic approach to developmental higher mental processes and the significance of considering temporal, spatial, social,...
[This chapter considers the methodological principles of studying proculturation. It highlights the importance of taking an emic approach and “methodological cycle”. Fundamental qualitative features of proculturation are discussed that are considered as the basis for the elaboration of an...
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