Culture, Language, and Integration

Volume
Volume 40
Issue
Summer 2012
Title
Culture, Language, and Integration
Abstract

Conversation between the Christian community and the dominant culture involves the use of language. However, culture is implicated in the language used as we think. This essay follows the model of Native Americans who wish that their indigenous culture flourish in a context of political powerlessness. It is suggested that this applies to Christians in psychology as well and calls for decolonizing psychological insight, a recovery of our indigenous Christian anthropology and engaging culture in nuanced ways.

Author
Dr. A. Dueck
Pages
116 - 121
Price
Add to Cart $5.00