Define a multicultural issue of your choice using Lowman’s categories.

Multicultural Issues:

According to Lowman in “Multicultural and International issues in Consulting Psychology”, these issues fall into two broad categories: working with marginalized and oppressed employees, and addressing diversity issues to achieve positive outcomes. Glover provides a model (Figure 4.1) of value dimensions common to all organizations in “Respecting Cultural Differences.” You will use these ideas as a framework to analyze an issue.

  1. Define a multicultural issue of your choice using Lowman’s categories.
  2. Analyze the situation using Glover’s value dimensions to describe differences.
    References
    Lowman, R. L. (2016). Multicultural and international issues in consulting psychology. In An introduction to consulting psychology: Working with individuals, groups, and organizations. (pp. 101–110). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
    Glover, J., & Friedman, H. L. (2015). Respecting cultural differences. In Transcultural competence: Navigating cultural differences in the global community. (pp. 43–59). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association

Multicultural Issues:

According to Lowman in “Multicultural and International issues in Consulting Psychology”, these issues fall into two broad categories: working with marginalized and oppressed employees, and addressing diversity issues to achieve positive outcomes. Glover provides a model (Figure 4.1) of value dimensions common to all organizations in “Respecting Cultural Differences.” You will use these ideas as a framework to analyze an issue.

  1. Define a multicultural issue of your choice using Lowman’s categories.
  2. Analyze the situation using Glover’s value dimensions to describe differences.
    References
    Lowman, R. L. (2016). Multicultural and international issues in consulting psychology. In An introduction to consulting psychology: Working with individuals, groups, and organizations. (pp. 101–110). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
    Glover, J., & Friedman, H. L. (2015). Respecting cultural differences. In Transcultural competence: Navigating cultural differences in the global community. (pp. 43–59). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association