An Introduction to Critical Social Psychology

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Alexa Hepburn

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  • Part I: Mind and Society

    Part II: Resolutions and Dilemmas

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    Acknowledgements

    Numerous people have inspired me to write this book. Ian Parker and Harriette Marshall are the most obvious. I have always admired Ian's enthusiasm and commitment, and aspire to his ability to not hold a grudge even though I keep arguing with him! I taught critical social psychology with Harriette at Staffordshire University for three years. It was a major learning experience on so many levels–the baltis, the pints of Guinness–it was fantastic.

    Nick Hopkins was also an inspiration in his own inimitable way. If it weren't for him I'd probably be a philosopher by now. I am also grateful to Clare MacMartin for her dynamic intellectual support and feedback on subjectivity and feminism. And a big thank you goes to all the person box contributors–many of the great and good of critical social psychology–who have livened things up considerably.

    I'd like to thank all my students from Staffordshire University and Nottingham Trent University, who have cheerfully endured my rants about critical social psychology. Thanks particularly to Steven Stanley for his comments on an early version of the Marxism chapter.

    Sage editor Michael Carmichael has been a model of patience and professionalism, and has provided his own intellectual input. He made the whole process seem easy!

    As this is my first book I must thank my parents Jean and Alex. I am grateful for the early encouragement to reject ‘normal’ practices, and for leading me (unwittingly, I'm sure!) to question and doubt just about everything. Moving swiftly down the psychodynamic chain I must thank my brother Duncan for preventing some truly unhappy contortions of the English language from appearing in this book (except this one). I'm also grateful to my daughter Marian, who provided important feedback on the Marxism and feminism chapters and generally cheered me up a lot when there seemed to be too much critical social psychology and not enough time. Andrew, my son, has prevented a few embarrassing misreadings (yes, misreadings!) of Derrida and was the inspiration for a box on metaphysics. I've learned a lot from his patient and scholarly approach.

    Last, and the opposite of least, I'd like to thank my fabulous partner Jonathan Potter, for all his encouragement and support: for always having my tea ready on the table after I've had a hard day thinking, and for generally keeping my life running smoothly by performing myriad humdrum domestic duties–washing, ironing, vacuuming, dusting–the sort of stuff that he seems to find important …

    A.H.
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