Uses a critical perspective to show how urban Indian youth across the different classes dismantle long-held beliefs about Eurocentric understandings of youth culture, identity, and subjectivities

Illustrates how narrative psychology can be useful in providing a counterpoint to the depoliticized, individualistic, universal, and scientific views of culture

Provides a powerful counterexample to monolithic formulations of self and identity found in cross-cultural psychology (and much of mainstream American psychology)


Bibliography: Bhatia, S. (2017). Decolonizing Psychology: Globalization, Social Justice, and Indian Youth Identities. Oxford University Press.
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