Title

批判心理學的台灣在地實踐:以菲律賓華僑組織以及流亡藏人配偶為例

Translated Titles

The Practice of Critical Psychology in Taiwan: The Organizations of Filipinos Chinese and Exile Tibetan Spouses as Examples

DOI

10.3966/156092512020120073005

Authors

龔尤倩(Yu-Chien Kung);鄭小塔(Hsiao-Ta Jeng)

Key Words

心理學化 ; 示演心理學 ; 地方知識 ; 批判心理學 ; critical psychology ; local knowledge ; performing psychology ; psychologization

PublicationName

應用心理研究

Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

73期(2020 / 12 / 01)

Page #

213 - 261

Content Language

繁體中文

Chinese Abstract

受到實證主義、資本商品化以及西方殖民影響的心理學助人專業,往往輕忽歷史/政治/社會脈絡下人類行為的複雜性,其強調適應既有社會的文化模式,在當代社會正受到強調實踐的批判心理學的逆襲。本文探究台灣一條從本土長出來的批判心理學路線,突破傳統心理學的窠臼,從左翼歷史出發,強調社會實踐。研究者並承接此脈絡,通過菲律賓華僑組織以及在台流亡藏人配偶的兩個田野實作,呈現以社群發展出發,不迴避權力且同步反身改變心理工作者自身、他者與社會的批判心理學,是為台灣在地實踐的最好示例。

English Abstract

Positivism, commercialization and Western colonization have deeply influenced the development of mainstream psychology. Consequently, it overlooks the subjectivity of human beings, ignores the historical, political, and social context of human behaviors, and emphasizes that people need to adapt to the society. This stance is being challenged by critical psychology which emphasizes the grass root practice. Extending the leftist tradition of European critical psychology and American social therapy, this paper explored the indigenous approach of critical psychology in Taiwan embedded in its local practices. Through the analysis of two social implementations of CAFC (Concern Alliance for Filipinos Chinese) and the organization of Exile Tibetan Spouses in Taiwan, we argue that the community-development based critical psychological model is a good exemplar for Taiwan. Challenging the power, while reflexively transforming the actor, the other, and the society, subjectivity and social changes can be facilitated.

Topic Category 社會科學 > 心理學