Building a Justice-Oriented Psychology of Women’s Human Rights
As the conclusion to the book Women’s Human Rights: A Social Psychological Perspective on Resistance, Liberation, and Justice, this chapter discusses values psychologists interested in building a justice-centered psychology of human rights should consider. In particular, this chapter focuses on the neoliberal context that characterizes global society and emphasizes the consequent growing need for justice-oriented approaches to psychosocial research. Discussion regarding ways each of the contributing chapters to the volume exemplify values of resistance, liberation, and justice is also included. The chapter ends with a call to embolden researchers to increasingly align their work with efforts to promote justice-oriented change in communities.
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