Cultural Psychology and the Fostering of Agentic Behavior
Runtime - 50 minutes
Edmund Gordon, Ph.D. presents at the 2006 Teachers College Annual Winter Roundtable at Columbia University.
The liberatory scholar, Dr. Edmund Gordon is a major founder of cultural psychology and an expert on youth development. I this presentation, he clarifies the intersection of culture and behavioral science. Context has a key role in shaping our lives, our meaning making, and our very consciousness, which individual psychology misses. Through awareness of this dialectical interaction, we can intentionally shift the course of human history. The implications for the practice of psychology, counseling, and therapy are immense.
Edmund Gordon - Cultural Psychology and the Fostering of Agentic Behavior - DVD
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