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Theoretical issues in psychology : proceedings of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology 1999 Conference / edited by John R. Morss, Niamh Stephenson, Hans van Rappard
Bib ID 1101534
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International Society for Theoretical Psychology. Conference 1999 : Sydney, Australia)
 
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Description Boston : Kluwer Academic, c2001 
xiv, 413 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0792373375
Full contents Machine derived contents note: Contributors. Preface. I: Embodied Experience. Creative Ways of Being; A. Game. And the Subject Was Made Flesh: The aesthetic and corporate dimensions of psychology's body; H.J. Stam. Plugged In: Psychology, technology and popular culture; B.M. Bayer. Technologies of Trans-Sexing: Discursive tension and resistance within psycho-medical and transgendered theorising of transsexual bodies; K. Roen. II: Social and Cultural Processes. Human Experience and the Enigma of Culture: Toward an enactive account of cultural practice; C. Baerveldt, et al. From Shared Representations to Consensually Coordinated Actions: Toward an intrinsically social psychology; T. Verheggen, C. Baerveldt. Cultural Psychology meets Evolutionary Psychology: Toward a new role for biology in the study of culture and experience; P. Voestermans, C. Baerveldt. The Tajfel Effect; S.D. Brown, P. Lunt. Discourse Analysis and Structural Supervision; A. Hofmeister. Forming Cultures Through Virtual Social Communities; C. Orthmann, L. Nc̃ke. III: Perception, Cognition and Reasoning. Points of View and The Visual Arts: James Turrell, Antonio Damasio and the no-point-of-view phenomenon; C. Benson. Beyond Representationalism: A dynamical approach transcending symbolism in cognitive psychology; D.L. Rowe. The Dialectic of Critique, Theory and Method in Developing Feminist Research on Inference; R.J. Falmagne. Getting Rid of the Homunculus: A direct realist approach; T. McMullen. IV: Social Constructionism and Metatheoretical Issues. Logical Positivism and Gergen's Social Constructionism: No radical disjunction in twentieth century psychological metatheory; F.J. Hibberd. Wittgenstein and Social Constructionism: Methods of `social poetics' or `knots in our thinking'? G.B. Sullivan. Epistemological Framings of Mysticism: Implications for contemporary western psychology; L.S. Jones. Idealization in Science: A methodological reflection; C. Peet. Stratification in Explanation; H. van Rappard. The Withering of Theory in Mainstream Social Psychology Journals: Whither our next theoretical turn? I. Lubek, et al. V: Subjectivity and Development. Being cliched: Women's talk and feminine subjectivities; N. Stephenson. Individual Responsibility and Society: A subject science approach; U. Osterkamp. Models of the Life-Span for an Ageing Society; R. Leonard, A. Burns. Psychological Theorising in Transdisciplinary Perspective; W. Maiers. Reintegrating Sense into Subjectification; M. Hildebrand-Nilshon, et al. From Law to Lifestyle: `Developmental' change in the Risk Society; J.R. Morss. Subjectivity and Subjectioning: Between determination and self-government; L. Nacke, E. Park. VI: Therapy and the Unconscious. Finding a Place to Stand: Reflections on discourse and intertextuality in counselling practice; D. Pare. The Influence of Psychotherapeutic Practices on a Hermeneutics of Discourse; A. Baydala. A Problem Aired: Radio therapeutic discourse and modes of subjection; I. Hodges. Psychology in the Twenty-First Century: Closing the gap between science and the symbol; A. Petocz. The Dynamic Unconscious Revisited: The role of motivation, affect, embodiment and intersubjectivity in catching ourselves unawares; D. McIlwain. Symbolism of the Tower as Abjection; I. Semetsky. Index. 
Notes

John R. Morss is a New Zealand editor.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Psychology -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Rappard, Hans V  |  Morss, John R  |  Stephenson, Niamh

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