Affect and Emotion: A New Social Science Understanding

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    The research for this book was funded by a one-year Economic and Social Research Council Director's Fellowship (RES 065-27-0007). I am grateful to the ESRC for their support, enabling the extension of our collective work on the ESRC Identities and Social Action Programme into this new territory, and to the Open University for the award of study leave around the fellowship. Most of the thinking and writing was conducted while I was a visiting scholar in the Psychology Department at the University of Auckland. My colleagues there, Nicola Gavey, Ginny Braun and Niki Harré, were brilliantly facilitating. Nicola, too, set up one of the nicest reading groups I have ever belonged to, with Peter Adams and Richard DeGrandpre, resulting in many stimulating conversations as we rambled our way through each other's writing with lots of wine. I owe a particular debt to the Sage editorial team – Michael Carmichael and Sophie Hine. Michael and I have worked on many projects now and I have immense admiration for his style and skills. My NZ friends and family – Diana Ward, Tim McCreanor, Louise Webster, Alison Jones, John and Diane Wetherell and Dave Wetherell – were incredibly hospitable and responsible for so many good times, along with Sam Wetherell who choreographed a stream of entertaining Skype distractions from Boston.

    In the UK there are two people whose detailed comments and discussion substantially improved my argument – Jean McAvoy, whose own emerging work will set this field alight, and Johanna Motzkau, who saved me from too many clumsy generalisations about Deleuze (any remaining infelicities are my own). Johanna's own thinking on the psychosocial is razor sharp and inspirational. I am particularly grateful also to Rachel Thomson, John Clarke, Janet Newman, Pete Williams, Ian Burkitt, Kevin Durrheim, Janet Maybin and Stephanie Taylor for their critical reading and for the kind of lovely comment that keeps the solitary writer feeling that they might be doing something worthwhile. This book is the product of debates over many years now about the psychosocial. I know they don't agree with me, but I owe so much to Wendy Hollway, Gail Lewis, Peter Redman, Ann Phoenix, Stephen Frosh and Kath Woodward. Peter, in fact, spotted before I did how obsessed I was with ‘pattern’.

    This book is in memory of my mother, Sybil Wetherell (1926–2011), and dedicated to my wonderfully supportive partner, Pete Williams.

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