Humanitarian Work Psychology: Alignment, Harmonization and Cultural Competence by S. C CarrHumanitarian Work Psychology: Alignment, Harmonization and Cultural Competence by S. C Carr

Humanitarian Work Psychology: Alignment, Harmonization and Cultural Competence

byS. C CarrEditorM. Maclachlan, A. Furnham

Hardcover | April 11, 2012

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Contextualizing Humanitarian work in history, justice, methods and professional ethics, this book articulates process skills for transformational partnerships between diverse organizations, motivating education, organisational learning and selecting the disaster workforce.
STEPHEN G. ATKINS Business school research director at Otago Polytechnic of New Zealand, New Zealand PETER BAGUMA Dean of the School of Psychology, Makerere University, Uganda MARY O'NEILL BERRY Psychologist working in Sirota Survey Intelligence, City University of New York, USA CHRISTOPHER D. B. BURT Associate Professor of industrial ...
Title:Humanitarian Work Psychology: Alignment, Harmonization and Cultural CompetenceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:359 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.88 inPublished:April 11, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230275451

ISBN - 13:9780230275454

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Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors An Introduction to Humanitarian Work Psychology S.C.Carr , J.M.De Guzman , S.Eltyeb , A.Furnham , M.MacLachlan , L.Marai & E.McAuliffe The Evolution of Industrial and Organizational Psychology; W.Reichman & M.O'Neill Berry Justice at Work; A.Furnham Facilitating the Process of Globally Distributed Development-Focused Research Teams; I.McWha , S.C.Carr & M.MacLachlan From Humanitarian to Humanistic Work Psychology: The Morality of Business; J.Lefkowitz The New Diplomacies and Humanitarian Work Psychology; R.Saner & L.Yiu Motivating the Teacher Workforce in Uganda; C.Tumwebaze & M.MacLachlan Quo Vadis Interviews in Practice - Demand; S.C.Carr Quo Vadis Interviews in Practice - Supply; S.C.Carr Personnel Psychology for Disaster Response and Recovery; E.C.W.Ng , S.M.P.Chan & C.H.Hui Women, Work and Poverty: Reflections on Research for Social Change; V.E.Schein Online Volunteers and SmartAid; S.G.Atkins & L.F.Thompson Building Digital Bridges: The Digital Divide and Humanitarian Work Psychology's Online Networks and Communities; A.Gloss , S.Glavey & J.Godbout The Importance of Trust to the Funding of Humanitarian Work; C.D.B.Burt Attributions for and the Perceived Effects of Poverty in East Africa: A Study from Uganda; P.Baguma & A.Furnham