2016
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2016.08.005
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Raymond C. Hawkins, II.

Abstract: Despite the advances brought to psychology by multiculturalism and cultural diversity as a framework for social justice and improving human lives, there is a risk for what Bakan (1966) called "unmitigated agency" if multicultural and cultural diversity are reified as competencies that are then mandated in professional psychology training programs. A corrective alternative would be an integrative cross-cultural psychological science that would identify universals and appreciate differences across both individu…

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