Liberation psychology or liberation social psychology is an approach to psychology that aims to understand the psychology of oppressed and impoverished communities by addressing the oppressive sociopolitical structure in which they exist. The central concepts of liberation psychology include: conscientization; realismo-crítico; de-ideologized reality; a social orientation; the preferential option for the oppressed majorities, and methodological eclecticism.
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... Since the late 1990s, international congresses on liberation psychology have been held, primarily at Latin American universities ... professionals and students, and have been crucial in perpetuating the social justice message of liberation psychology ... themes include human rights, social justice, democratization, and creating models for liberation psychology in psychological practice and pedagogy ...
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