publication . Article . 1990

From Cross-Cultural Psychology to Cultural Psychology

Eckensberger, Lutz H.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 1990
  • Publisher: Fachportal Pädagogik. DIPF
Abstract
“… psychology from the very beginning has been struggling for its identity as a human science. Although psychology may seem to have successfuIly come of age, it is still an open question whether or not it can be further developed according to the principles of natural science, or whether it should have some unique features. Human beings, the way they think, feel and act, cannot easily be explained by "natural laws" alone; "cultural rules" have also to be taken into consideration. But these rules are genuinely of another ontological status than natural laws because they are themselves human creations, and hence are not binding because human beings can change them...
Subjects
free text keywords: Psychologie, Kulturvergleichende Psychologie, Interkulturelle Psychologie, Interkulturelle Forschung, Kognitionspsychologie, Wissenschaftsentwicklung, Wissenschaftsdisziplin, Wissenschaftstheorie, Wissenschaftskritik, Forschungsmethode, Methodenstreit, Forschungsstand, Kultur, Kultureinfluss, Kulturelles Verhalten, Einflussfaktor, Kognitive Entwicklung, Kognitive Entwicklungspsychologie, Entwicklungspsychologie, Entwicklungsprozess, Kontextualismus, Universalismus, Konstruktivismus, Individualismus, Kollektivismus, Handlungstheorie, Psychology, Cross-cultural research, Cognition psychology, Development of science, Branch of science, Field of science, Theory of science, Research method, Methods dispute, Culture, Cultural impact, Cultural influence, Cultural Influences, Cultural behavior, Cultural behaviour, Cognitive development, Developmental psychology, Developmental continuity, Constructivism, Individualism, Theory of action, Erziehung, Schul- und Bildungswesen, Education, Pädagogische Psychologie, ddc:370
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