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Critical discursive psychology

Author: Ian Parker
Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.
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Why is theory important to the practice of critical research? Why are debates over the role of discourse in psychology crucial to the way we interpret texts? This book explores crucial questions to do with discourse, subjectivity, postmodernism, psychoanalysis and Marxist theory in psychology. Key critical theoretical resources are described and assessed and a series of polemics is staged, bringing together writers  Read more...
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Parker, Ian, 1956-
Critical discursive psychology.
New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2002
(DLC) 2002074812
(OCoLC)50002283
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Parker
ISBN: 1403914656 9781403914651
OCLC Number: 51854461
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 270 pages)
Contents: Introduction: Theoretical Discourse, Subjectivity and Critical Psychology --
PART I: ENLIGHTENMENT, REALISM AND POWER (and their reverse) --
Against Postmodernism: Psychology in Cultural Context --
Against Relativism in Psychology: On Balance --
Against Wittgenstein: Materialist Reflections on Language in Psychology --
PART II: THE TURN TO DISCOURSE AS A CRITICAL THEORETICAL RESOURCE --
Discursive Psychology Uncut --
Discourse: Definitions and Contradictions --
PART III: CRITICAL DISCURSIVE RESEARCH, SUBJECTIVITY AND PRACTICE --
Reflexive Research and Grounding of Analysis: Psychology and the Psy-Complex --
Tracing Therapeutic Discourse in Material Culture --
Constructing and Deconstructing Therapeutic Discourse --
Critical Reflections.
Responsibility: Ian Parker.
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Why is theory important to the practice of critical research? Why are debates over the role of discourse in psychology crucial to the way we interpret texts? This book explores crucial questions to do with discourse, subjectivity, postmodernism, psychoanalysis and Marxist theory in psychology. Key critical theoretical resources are described and assessed and a series of polemics is staged, bringing together writers who have helped shape critical work in psychology. The book also introduces key issues in critical discursive research in psychology, and outlines the historical context in the discipline for the emergence of qualitative debates. It also sets out methodological steps for critical readings of texts. The book makes available a set of debates at the intersection of theoretical intervention and political critique, and it maps the shape of critical discursive research for the twenty-first century.

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