The Hyphenated American: The Hidden Injuries of Culture

The Hyphenated American: The Hidden Injuries of Culture

The Hyphenated American: The Hidden Injuries of Culture

The Hyphenated American: The Hidden Injuries of Culture

Synopsis

Papajohn provides a collection of detailed case histories used to explore the effect of culture change on the psychological functioning of white Americans who derive from different ethnic backgrounds. Both individual and marital conflicts are analyzed to highlight the impact of one's cultural heritage on adjustments to mainstream American society. This book is designed to provide therapists with important insights in treating "hyphenated Americans," who are the grandchildren (third generation) of the original immigrants. It will also be of interest to laypersons since it is written in a clear and jargonless language.
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