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Liberation Psychology

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Liberation psychology is a framework that conceives oppressive social, economic, political and cultural conditions as root causes of psychological suffering. It focuses on understanding the manifestations and impact of hierarchical power relations of domination and subordination in psychological functioning. Unlike traditional psychology, liberation psychology explicitly presents a value system that guides the ...

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