Recent work in social psychology has questioned the assumptions and practices of traditional research and debate in the field. Critical Social Psychology pulls these new strands together in a major overview of key theoretical, political, and empirical developments. The book assembles leading figures in the field to address both the need for a critical perspective in social psychology and the many strands of discussion that have informed that critique. The chapters are accessible and passionately argued, ranging over political critique in a postmodern world, the status of qualitative methods, realism versus relativism, and the question of subjectivity from a critical perspective. Critical Social Psychology offers a fascinating tour of debates that are shaping the field today by its leading exponents. It will be essential reading for students and academics in social psychology.
Chapter 8: And So Say All of Us?: Some Thoughts on ‘Experiential Democratization’ as an Aim for Critical Social Psychologists
And So Say All of Us?: Some Thoughts on ‘Experiential Democratization’ as an Aim for Critical Social Psychologists
The Crisis of Authority in Critical Social Psychology
Writing at the time of the original ‘crisis’ debates, Alan Elms (1975) encouraged his readers to look back to ...