A comprehensive resource for successfully treating male clients In two exhaustive volumes, The New Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counseling with Men offers clinicians a much-needed guide that includes the most current research, theory, effective techniques, and strategies for treating men (no matter what their background or age) in a wide variety of situations--from on-the-job to in-the-cell block. Written by a comprehensive list of clinicians, educators, and researchers with vast experience in the field, this definitive handbook offers insightful advice for working with male clients who are often stubbornly resisting to therapy. "The New Handbook is authoritative, illuminating, and clinically compelling; indeed, it is the new standard for any mental health professional treating boys and men. Absorb it, cherish it, and most of all, use it!" --John C. Norcross, professor of psychology, University of Scranton, and president, APA Division of Psychotherapy Contributors to The Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counseling with Men include: Michael Andronico Gary R. Brooks Leon D. Caldwell Aaron Carlstrom J. Manuel Casas Sam V. Cochran Caren C. Cooper Will H. Courtenay Margaret Evanow Lucia Albino Gilbert Glenn E. Good Douglas C. Haldeman Mary J. Heppner P. Paul Heppner Hope I. Hills Carl Isenhart Norine G. Johnson Mark S. Kiselica Terry A. Kupers Ronald F. Levant David Lisak James R. Mahalik Michael R. Maples Irmo D. Marini Laurie B. Mintz Fred B. Newton James M. O'Neil Carol L. Philpot William S. Pollack Cathyn G. Pridal Fredric E. Rabinowitz John M. Robertson Christopher A. Ruiz de Esparza Murray Scher Jerrold Lee Shapiro Nancy B. Sherrod Jack Sternbach Mark A. Stevens David Sue Joseph A. Turner Lenore E. A. Walker Sarah J. Walker Joseph L. White
How do visitors immersing themselves in material places such as shopping malls or video sites online make sense of the experience, enabling criticizing - or consenting to content? How is this evident in behaviour? Reflecting on accounts by Chinese, Indian, Malay and Indigenous members of Malaysian society, this book addresses these questions from a practices perspective increasingly adopted by scholars in marketing and media studies.
The volume provides an account of practices theory from its origins in critical hermeneutics (such as Heidegger, Gadamer and Ricoeur), as reflecting on the processes of embodied understanding, developing alongside interpretive and reception theory. Part I draws upon authors as diverse as Heidegger and Henry Jenkins, with a practices perspective on media and mall consuming shown as developing from forty years of theorizing about audience activity. An empirical study of Malaysian blogging and branding on YouTube exemplifies this approach. Part II considers Malaysians absorbed in social media sites, as everyday visitors and the subjects of consumer research. The book then returns to the material world, exploring the horizons of understanding from which Malaysians enter their mediated malls, and concludes by positioning media practices theory within a spectrum of philosophical ideas.
Recognizing the current (re)turn in Consumer and Media Studies to employing hermeneutics as an account of our embodied human understanding, this book presents its major philosophical proponents, showing how close attention to their writing can now inform and shape research on ubiquitous screen users. As such, it will be of particular interest to students and scholars of Media Studies, Asian Studies and Marketing Studies.
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