Understanding Critical Social Psychologyby Keith Tuffin Sage Publications Ltd
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Key Features of this book include:
'' Student-friendly structure - contains numerous features suitable for undergraduate course use such as section summaries, further reading and a tutorial which answers students' questions about critical social psychology.
'' Broad framework - Positions newer insights in relation to the historical, theoretical and ideological roots of social psychology. Ideal for students taking a Critical Social Psychology module having already studied a mainstream course.
'' Applied focus - Understanding Critical Social Psychology tackles key themes in the discipline i.e. prejudice, politics, identity and emotions from critical perspectives.
Written in a clear and accessible style, with illustrative data, detailed chapter summaries and key readings at the end of each section, it will be welcomed by undergraduates seeking to develop their understanding of critical social psychology.
Prologue Experimentation and the Social World From the Shadows of the Hard Sciences Alternative Social Worlds New Social Psychology Discursive Work Prejudice, Discrimination and Racism Emotion, Identity and Politics Epilogue