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Ignatio Martin-Baro

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Nicole Fernandes

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Ignatio Martín Baró

By:Nicole Fernandes Early Life
Death and Legacy
Final Thoughts Contents Date of Birth: November 7, 1942
"Father Nacho"
Religious Background
Political Climate
Studies and Training
Interest in Psychology Early Life Teaching and research career as pastor
Academic researcher
Defender of the poor
Distinguished member of the University of Chicago community
Vice Rector of University of Chicago and Director for Public Opinion Career Achtenberg, B. (2010). The Legacy of Ignacio Martín-Baró. Retrieved on
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Martín-Baró, I. (1994). Writings for a Liberation Psychology. A. Aron &
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Portillo, N. (2012). The Life of Ignacio Martın-Baro: A Narrative Account
of a Personal Biographical Journey. Peace and Conflict: Journal of
Peace Pychology, 18 (1), 77-87. DOI: 10.1037/a0027066 Bibliography Death and Legacy Final Thoughts Executed: November 16, 1989
Writings for a Liberation Psychology
Ignacio Martín Baró Prize Lectureship at University of Chicago
Ignacio Martín Baró Fund for Mental Health and Human Rights Human values of democracy, social justice and service to the poor, silenced and dispossessed
Theorist of the Liberation Psychology movement in Latin America
Social psychology as an applied discipline Ideas "Whether or not it manifests in individual disorders, the deterioration of social interaction [by war] is in and of itself a serious social disturbance, an erosion of our collective capacity to work and love, to assert our unique identity, to tell our personal and communal story in the history of peoples. For this reason, the challenge is not limited to addressing the destruction and disorders caused by the war. The challenge is to construct a new person in a new society." Connection to Week's Readings Thank you for listening! Methodology - Surveys, National Public Opinion Polls, Survey based research projects on matters such as human rights, political behaviour etc.
Liberation Psychology: Traditional techniques + New approaches to solve social problems of oppression.
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