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Carr, Stuart C.

Humanitarian Work Psychology

Carr, Stuart C. - Humanitarian Work Psychology, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Conceptual Foundations

1. An Introduction to Humanitarian Work Psychology
Stuart C. Carr, Judith M. Guzman, Shahla M. Eltyeb, Adrian Furnham, Malcolm MacLachlan, Leo Marai, Eilish McAuliffe

2. The Evolution of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Walter Reichman, Mary O’Neill Berry

3. Justice at Work
Adrian Furnham

4. Facilitating the Process of Globally Distributed Development-Focused Research Teams
Ishbel McWha, Stuart C. Carr, Malcolm MacLachlan

5. From Humanitarian to Humanistic Work Psychology: The Morality of Business
Joel Letkowitz

Part II. Applications

6. The New Diplomacies and Humanitarian Work Psychology
Raymond Saner, Lichia Yiu

7. Motivating the Teacher Workforce in Uganda
Callist Tumwebaze, Malcolm MacLachlan

8. Quo Vadis Interviews in Practice – Demand
Stuart C. Carr

9. Quo Vadis Interviews in Practice — Supply
Stuart C. Carr

10. Personnel Psychology for Disaster Response and Recovery
Eddie Chi Wai Ng, Sally M. P. Chan, C. Harry Hui

Part III. Building Capacity

11. Women, Work and Poverty: Reflections on Research for Social Change
Virginia E. Schein

12. Online Volunteers and SmartAid
Stephen G. Atkins, Lori Foster Thompson

13. Building Digital Bridges: The Digital Divide and Humanitarian Work Psychology’s Online Networks and Communities
Alexander Gloss, Sarah Glavey, Jeffrey Godbout

14. The Importance of Trust to the Funding of Humanitarian Work
Christopher D. B. Burt

15. Attributions for and the Perceived Effects of Poverty in East Africa: A Study from Uganda
Peter Baguma, Adrian Furnham

Keywords: Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology, Sociology of Work, Organization, International Business, Behavioral/Experimental Economics, Human Resource Management

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
382 pages
Category
Psychology
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137015228
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-32480-4

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