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  1. Psychology, Society and Subjectivity

    An Introduction to German Critical Psychology

    By Charles Tolman

    Series: Critical Psychology Series

    Increasingly there have been more and more challenges to received notions of psychological thought and practice. No longer satisfied with old-fashioned positivist approaches, psychologists are following other social sciences in their critiques and methods. Psychology, society and Subjectivity...

    Published January 10th 2013 by Routledge

  2. Damaged Life

    The Crisis of the Modern Psyche

    By Tod Sloan

    Series: Critical Psychology Series

    This text presents an analysis of modernity's impact on the psyche. Modernization has brought many material benefits, yet we are constantly told how unhappy we are: crime, divorce, suicide, depression and anxiety are rampant. How can this contradiction be reconciled? Tod Sloan develops an...

    Published September 25th 2002 by Routledge

  3. Beyond the Masks

    Race, Gender and Subjectivity

    By Amina Mama

    Series: Critical Psychology Series

    Psychology has had a number of things to say about black and coloured people, none of them favourable, and most of which have reinforced stereotyped and derogatory images. Beyond the Masks is a readable account of black psychology, exploring key theoretical issues in race and gender. In it, Amina...

    Published August 9th 1995 by Routledge

  4. Stubborn Particulars of Social Psychology

    Essays on the Research Process

    By Frances Cherry

    Series: Critical Psychology Series

    The `Stubborn Particulars' of Social Psychology gives students an alternative approach to social psychology which acknowledges the limits of shared understandings often imposed by class, race, culture, nationality, ethnicity, language and gender. Frances Cherry shows how the generation of...

    Published December 14th 1994 by Routledge

  5. Lev Vygotsky

    Revolutionary Scientist

    By Lois Holzman, Fred Newman

    Series: Critical Psychology Series

    Lev Vygotsky was one of the most talented and brilliant of Soviet psychologists. Despite his tragically early death at the age of 38 his accomplishments are enormously impressive: he played a key role in restructuring the Psychological Institute of Moscow; set up two research laboratories in the...

    Published April 7th 1993 by Routledge

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