In this article the initiation, development and nature of the indigenous psychologies are characterized. The psychologies in question are those versions of psychology that are, mostly non-western, critical reactions to mainstream psychological research. The heterogeneous and complex nature of the indigeneous psychologies are high-lighted. The enterprise of building a (psychological) science on the concept of cultural identity is discussed and problematized as is the concept of culture.
|Journal||Vest: tidskrift för vetenskapsstudier|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
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