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Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural School Psychology


Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural School Psychology

By Caroline S. Clauss-Ehlers
Number Of Pages: 1052
Publication Date: 2009-12-01
ISBN-10: 0387717986 
ISBN-13: 9780387717982

The Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural School Psychology (ECCSP) is comprehensive and reader friendly, with approximately 400 entries written by leading researchers, educators, and practitioners in the fields of school psychology and education. ECCSP provides an easily accessible A-to-Z reference in one concise volume across these six key cross-cultural competency areas:

Legal and Ethical Issues School Culture, Educational Policy, and Institutional Advocacy Psychoeducational Assessment and Related Issues Academic, Therapeutic, and Consultative Intervention Working with Interpreters Research. 

School psychologists, educators, and other allied child psychology and education professionals, researchers, policy makers, graduate students, healthcare and mental health professionals, child advocates, and paraprofessionals benefit from the way in which this volume highlights the concepts and themes that are critical to addressing cross-cultural issues in schools. Entries also include issues relevant to pre-K through 12th grade and, as a result, provide a lifespan approach to diversity.

Each entry offers a definition and description of the term, a bibliography, and additional references for professionals and all readers interested in seeking more in-depth information on any topic. All entries are cross-referenced to other terms of related interest, and a list of contributors is provided at the end of the volume in case readers want to research additional works by the same author. A subject index also helps readers find desired information quickly.

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