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Reconstructing the Psychological Subject offers a comprehensive overview of key debates on subjectivity and the subject in psychological theory and practice. In addition to social construction's long engagement with social relations, this volume addresses questions of the body, technology, intersubjectivity, writing, and investigative practices. An international cast of contributors explore the tensions and opposing viewpoints raised by these issues and shows how analyzing the psychological subject interrelates with reforming the practices of psychology. Drawing on perspectives that include feminism, dialogics, poststructuralism, hermeneutics, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and cultural or social studies of science, readers are guided through pivotal debates in the field. Reconstructing the Psychological Subject will be invaluable reading for students and academics in psychology, social constructionism, communication studies, and social studies of science.

Repopulating Social Psychology: A Revised Version of Events
Repopulating social psychology: A revised version of events
MichaelBillig

“Oh my God, what am I doing here?” Vanessa was thinking as she passed yet another name-plated door along the corridor. Please report to Dr Snitting's Room, Second Floor, Department of Psychology, two o'clock - the letter had said. Well, it had now passed two. And it wasn't her fault if Dr Snitting had the most out-of-the-way office imaginable. Another turning, another door, another laboratory. Oh God, this is ridiculous. Yet another turn (how am I ever going to get out of this maze?) and what looked like a dead-end. Finally - past a door marked “Cleaners only,” and opposite “Store Room Only” - was the door itself. Vanessa glanced at her watch and knocked.

Scufflings inside. Then nothing. She knocked ...

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