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PSYCHOLOGY


                Parenting and Child                 FORTHCOMING                      FORTHCOMING
              Development                         Indoctrination to Hate            Understanding

              Across Ethnicity                  Recruitment Techniques            Narcissists
              and Culture                       of Hate Groups and                How to Cope with
                                                How to Stop Them
                        ABDUL KHALEQUE                                            Destructive People
                                                          EDWARD W. DUNBAR, EDITOR   in Your Life

                                                                                            NINA W. BROWN














               March 2021 ,  564pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
              Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7194-8       February 2022 ,  332pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
               $101.00 ,  £75.00 ,  €85,00      Hardcover: 978-1-4408-5700-3
              eBook: 978-1-4408-7195-5            $63.00 ,  £47.00 ,  €53,00       January 2022 ,  218pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
                                                eBook: 978-1-4408-5701-0           Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7681-3
                This research-based book covers the                                $50.00 ,  £38.00 ,  €42,00
              core components of modern parenting     This collection spotlights the impact   eBook: 978-1-4408-7682-0
              and child development across multi-  of hate violence on individuals and     This book identifies the behaviors
              ethnic and cross-cultural contexts in   communities as well as how people   and attitudes reflective of excessive
              Asia, Africa, Europe, and North and   form biases and are indoctrinated into   self-interest and self-centered people
              South America, with a focus on the   hate groups, why they participate in   and provides a framework for reducing
              United States.                    violent hate crimes, and how hate may   the negative effects that these
                                                become extreme.
                FEATURES                                                          individuals have on their family,
              •  Integrates modern, evidence-based     FEATURES                   friends, and colleagues.
                research on parenting and       •  Illustrates conflicts and injuries     FEATURES
                child development                 found in our communities due to the
              •  Synthesizes interdisciplinary modes  activity of hate groups     •  Describes the many ways that
                                                                                    self-inflated, self-absorbed people
                of studying parenting and       •  Presents recruitment and         present themselves to others
                child development                 membership retention tactics of
              •  Contextualizes research using    various hate groups and approaches   •  Identifies how self-inflated behaviors
                                                                                    and attitudes negatively impact
                global perspectives across cultures,   to countering them           others and provides coping strategies
                ethnicities, and a diverse array of   •  Examines the neuropsychology of   that aim to prevent harm
                family patterns                   hate as a motivator in perpetrating
              •  Captures both fundamentals and   intergroup violence             •  Increases awareness of hidden
                                                                                    personal self-inflated behaviors and
                nuances of parenting and child   •  Offers a contrary perspective in the   attitudes and gives recommendations
                development in concise chapters   form of personal narratives from   for how to best manage and
                                                  people who have been involved in   overcome them
                                                  terrorism, lynchings, honor-killings,
                ABDUL KHALEQUE , PhD, is adjunct                                  •  Guides the reader towards a more
              professor in the Department of Human   and other hate-motivated violence   balanced, centered, and resilient self
              Development and Family Studies and
              a senior scientist in the Ronald and     EDWARD W. DUNBAR , PhD, is a
              Nancy Rohner Center for the Study of   practicing psychologist in metropolitan     NINA W. BROWN , EdD, is professor
              Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection   Los Angeles.               and eminent scholar at Old Dominion
              at the University of Connecticut.                                   University in Norfolk, VA.



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