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The psychology of the social

Author: Uwe Flick; R M Farr
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1998.
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Leading international scholars from social representations, discourse analysis and related approaches provide an integrated overview of psychology's understanding of the social. They consider topical  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Uwe Flick; R M Farr
ISBN: 0521588510 9780521588515 0521581591 9780521581592
OCLC Number: 60157685
Description: 304 pages : 4 tables
Contents: 1. Social representations in knowledge and language as approaches to a psychology of the social Uwe Flick; Part I. Social Knowledge as an Issue in Social Psychology: 2. The knowledge of social systems Mario von Cranach; 3. Everyday knowledge in social psychology Uwe Flick; 4. Social attributions and social representations Miles Hewstone and Martha Augoustinos; 5. The social construction of knowledge: social marking and socio-cognitive conflict Willem Doise, Gabriel Mugny and Juan A.P rez; 6. Social memory: macrospyschological aspects August N. Echebarri Echabe and Jos Luis Gonzalez Castro; 7. Self as social representation Daphna Oyserman and Hazel Rose Markus; Part II. Language and Discourse as Media for Social Psychology: 8. The epistemology of social representations Rom Harre; 9. Social representations discourse analysis, and racism Jonathan Potter and Margaret Wetherell; 10. Social representations and ideology: towards the study of ideological representations Martha Augoustinos; 11. Social representations and development: experts' and parents' discourses about a puzzling issue Felice F. Carugati and Patrizia Selleri; 12. Social representations and media communications Carlo Michael Sommer; 13. The social representation of "man" in everyday speech Lenelis Kruse; Part III. Social Representations: History and Development of a Field of Research: 14. The history and actuality of social representations Serge Moscovici.
Responsibility: Uwe Flick (editor, Alice-Salomon-Fachhochschule, Berlin, Germany) ; R.M. Farr (writer of foreword).


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