Social Justice and Applied Psychology: Practical Ideas for Training the Next Generation of Psychologists
AbstractEven though many applied psychology programs embrace a philosophy of social justice, faculty members and trainers are often faced with the practical struggle of implementing a social justice training agenda. This article discusses both the theoretical and practical aspects of implementing a social justice training agenda in applied psychology programs.
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