Social Construction A Reader

ISBN-10: 0761972293
ISBN-13: 9780761972297
Edition: 2003
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List price: $83.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Limited
Publication date: 4/3/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 262
Size: 6.69" wide x 9.53" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 1.276
Language: English

This reader introduces a number of important viewpoints central to social constructionism and charts the development of social constructionist thought.

Kenneth J. Gergen is Mustin Professor of Psychology at Swarthmore college, USA.CONTRIBUTORS' AFFILIATIONS OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA:Lisa Warhus University of Aarhus

The Social Construction Of The Real And The Good
Introduction
On Scientific Paradigms
Socially Negotiating Knowledge
Knowledge As Socially Constructed
Knowledge As a Language Game
Economics As Rhetoric
Knowledge As a Numbers Game
The Egg and the Sperm
Knowledge As Ideology
Constructing The Person: Culture And Critique
Introduction
Emotion
The Universal As Local
The Meanings of Pain
Power and Confession
Learning to Labour
Horizons Of Inquiry
Introduction
Life Stories
Pieces of a Dream
The Secret Life in a Culture of Thinness
Troubling the Angels
Silent Voices
A Subversive Reading of Child Sexual Abuse
Together Against the Computer
Glimpses of Street Children through Short Stories
The Relational Reconstruction Of The Self
Introduction
Possessive Individualism and the Self-Contained Ideal
Identity, Deconstruction and Politics
The Social Construction of Remembering and Forgetting
The Relational Reconstruction of Repression
The Social Construction of Emotion
Meaning in Relationship
Profusions Of Practice
Introduction
Narrative Therapy and Externalizing the Problem
Culture of Education
Appreciative Inquiry
From Stuck Debate to New Conversation
Reading Culture
Introduction
The World of Wrestling
The Lone Ranger, Barbar and Other Innocent Heroes
Style in Revolt
Revolting Style
Post-Colonial Feminism and the Veil
Thinking the Difference
Constructionism In Question
Introduction
Death and Furniture
Arguments against Relativism
Relativism and Feminist Psychology
Sexual Orientation
Essential and Constructed

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