Theory and Social Psychology
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Beschreibung`Could certainly be used as a stand-alone text. Aimed primarily at advanced undergraduates, it could also be read by others who may be prompted to identify yet further dimensions with which to map contemporary social psychology and define their position in relation to others' - The Psychologist
This clearly structured textbook presents a broad overview of the key issues that underpin social psychology. These include: the nature of science and `psychology as science'; descriptive, emancipatory and critical theories; and the different ways in which social psychology is applied in the social and political world.
Drawing upon a number of different perspectives, this volume will introduce students to the important debates around what constitutes valid argument and research in social psychology, its aims, scope and subject matter, and the degree to which social psychology can be said to be itself a social institution and a part of the network of social regulation and definition.
Theory and Social Psychology is one of four books which form the core of The Open University's course Social Psychology: Personal Lives, Social Worlds.
InhaltsverzeichnisPART ONE: NATURE AND ORIGINS
Defining Social Psychology - Margaret Wetherell
Historical Origins of Social Psychology - Arthur Still
PART TWO: MAKING SENSE OF DIVERSITY
Dimensions for Distinguishing between Theories in Social Psychology - Richard Stevens
Domains of Analysis - Roger Sapsford
Trimodal Theory as a Model for Interrelating Perspectives in Psychology - Richard Stevens
Theories of Meaning - Arthur Still
Realism and Relativism - Margaret Wetherell and Arthur Still
Forms of Life - David Devalle
Science and Social Psychology
Evidence - Roger Sapsford
PART THREE: APPLYING SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Using Social Psychology - Jeannette Murphy
Resisting Social Psychology - Roger Sapsford and Rudi Dallos
PortraitRoger Sapsford is Reader in Social Research at the University of Teesside. Margaret Wetherell is Professor of Social Psychology at the Open University, UK and Director of the Economic and Social Research Council Programme on Identities and Social Action.
Pressestimmen`Could certainly be used as a stand-alone text. Aimed primarily at advanced undergraduates, it could also be read by others who may be prompted to identify yet further dimensions with which to map contemporary social psychology and define their position in relation to others' - The Psychologist
Untertitel: 50:B&W 7. 44 x 9. 69 in or 246 x 189 mm (Crown 4vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Sage Publications
Erscheinungsdatum: März 1998
Seitenanzahl: 224 Seiten