|Title of host publication||Encyclopaedia of Critical Psychology|
|Place of Publication||New York|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2014|
From its inception psychology has played a central role in producing “race” as a valid concept and object of study and also, more recently, has contributed to attempts to deconstruct the term and show its epistemological violence (Teo, 2011). Today race continues to be a powerful and resilient taken-for-granted concept which institutes and preserves inequalities between certain groups. There are numerous ways in which the discipline of psychology has been implicated in the debates related to race (and racism) and its continuing history.
- critical psychology
- social stratification