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Everyday Discourse and Common Sense

The Theory of Social Representations

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Everyday Discourse and Common Sense by Wolfgang Wagner
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This book is the first comprehensive and book length treatment of social representation theory in the English language. The theory is presented as an approach towards the analysis of everyday thinking, feeling and talking where collective and individual psychological processes articulate. It departs from a general analysis of everyday thinking in psychology and presents the theory as a tool for the study of everyday discourse. It covers the theory, research, epistemology and methodology of the field.

Author Biography

WOLFGANG WAGNER was born in Vienna and received his PhD at the university of Vienna. Currently he is professor of social and economic psychology at the University of Linz. He has held various visiting professorships in the UK, France, Spain and Latin America. He founded the now online-journal Papers on Social Representations, published the German book Alltagsdiskurs and co-edited Theories and Controversies in Societal Psychology. NICKY HAYES is a social psychologist with particular research interests in social representations and social identification, in everyday life and in managerial contexts. She is also widely known as the author of several books including Successful Team Management, Doing Psychological Research and various textbooks.
Release date NZ
June 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
472 p.
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
472
Dimensions
138x211x26
ISBN-13
9781403933041
Product ID
1644563

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