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Mestizo Collaborative Related Publications

Mexican Psychology: Indigenous, Colonial and Post Modern Contributions By F. Ortiz, B. McNeill and L. Arrellano (Editors
Mexican Psychology: Indigenous, Colonial and Post Modern Contributions
By F. Ortiz, B. McNeill & L. Arrellano (Editors)

: Second Edition by P. Sanchez, S. Delgadillo, & B. McNeill
Second Edititon by P. Sanchez, S. Delgadillo & B. McNeill

References

  • Burke, J. F.  (2002).  Mestizo democracy:  The politics of crossing borders.  College Station, Tx.:  Texas A&M University Press.
  • Cervantes, J. M. (2008).  What is indigenous about being indigenous?  The mestiza/o experience.  In B. W. McNeill & J. M. Cervantes (Eds.).   Latina/o healing traditions:  Mestizo and Indigenous perspectives. New York:  Routledge.
  • McNeill, B. W., & Cervantes, J. M.  (2008).  Counselors and curanderos:   Parallels in the healing process.  In B. W. McNeill &  J. M. Cervantes (Eds.).   Latina/o healing traditions:  Mestizo and Indigenous perspectives. New York:  Routledge.
  • Ramirez, M.  (1998).  Multicultural/multiracial Psychololgy:  Mestizo perspectives in personality and mental health.  New Jersey:  Jason Aronson Inc.
  • Ramirez, M.  (2004).  Mestiza/o and Chicana/o psychology:  Theory, research, and application.  In R. J. Velásquez, L.M.  Arrellano, & B.W. McNeill (Eds.) The handbook of Chicana/o psychology and mental health (pp.3-22).
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