Identities, Groups and Social Issues - Margaret WetherellSage, 2002, Paperback ..
Condition: Very Good. Occasional pencilling throughout.
The book presents an accessible, authoritative and engaging overview of social psychological research on groups, the development of social identity, inter-group relations and the process of making sense of social life. Unlike other textbooks in this area, this book takes a broad focus. It covers a representative mix of European and North American research but also draws on psychoanalysis, social theory, discourse analysis, and feminist writing to develop accounts of topics such as racism, social influence, group dynamics, the workplace and masculine identities. Classic studies are set alongside the most recent research in social psychology. The result is a book which is rich in ideas, interdisciplinary in nature, combative and critical.
Size: 4to Crown (25 x 19cm Approx.)
Number of Pages: 368
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