Critical Social Psychology: An Introduction

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Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2001 - Social psychology - 257 pages
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Critical Social Psychology introduces students, in a straightforward, practical and accessible way, to key themes and debates arising from this burgeoning - and often complex - field. The authors contrast mainstream experimental and critical understandings of various social psychological topics and bring together a range of critical work in contemporary social psychology situating the discipline and its subject - the individual - firmly within society.

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BRENDAN GOUGH is Lecturer in Qualitative Psychology at Leeds University. He was previously Lecturer in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University. During his six years there he taught courses on Critical Social Psychology and developed research on masculinities.

MAJELLA McFADDEN is Lecturer in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University where she has worked for six years and teaches Critical Social Psychology. Her research is on female sexualities and includes project work with young women.

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