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ISBN: 0415079608
Author: Caroline Purkhardt
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 2, 1993)
Pages: 228
Category: Psychology
Subcategory: Medicine
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Common sense, by definition, is familiar to us all. Science, for some of us, is more remote, yet it is not always clear what the connections are between these two ways of seeing the world.

Common sense, by definition, is familiar to us all. In this title, originally published in 1993, the author explores several related themes in social psychology to elucidate the way we understand the social construction of knowledge and the means by which we change social reality.

Part 1: Social Representations and Common Sense 1. Building Castles in the Air: The Nature, Functions . Building Castles in the Air: The Nature, Functions and Processes of Social Representations 2. Answering Unanswered Questions: The Individual and Society in the Dynamics of Social Representations 3. The Domain of Social Representations Part 2: Shifting Paradigms and Changing Reality 4. From the Cartesian to the Hegelian Paradigm: The Re-emergence of Societal Psychology . 7. Philosophies of Science and the Sociology of Scientific Knowledge 8. Towards a Social Psychology of Science Part 4: The Transformation of Social Representations 9. A Case Study in Social Psychology.

Social representation theory is a body of theory within social psychology and sociological social psychology. It has parallels in sociological theorizing such as social constructionism and symbolic interactionism, and is similar in some ways to mass consensus and discursive psychology.

Transforming social representations: A social psychology of common sense and science. As a consequence, the discipline of social psychology must itself be transformed, recognizing the active participation of scientists in the social construction of scientific knowledge. Common sense, by definition, is familiar to us all. This title will be of interest to those working in social psychology, history and philosophy of science, and sociology.

Transforming Social Representations Purkhardt Taylor&Francis 9781138848948 : Common sense .

Transforming Social Representations Purkhardt Taylor&Francis 9781138848948 : Common sense, by definition, is familiar to us all. Science, for some of us, is more remote, yet it is not always . Поставляется из: Англии Описание: Common sense, by definition, is familiar to us all.

Purkhardt, C. (1993) Transforming Social Representations: A Social Psychology of Common Sense and Science. Rose, . Efram, . Gervais, . Joffe, . Jovchelovitch, S. and Morant, N. (1995) ‘Questioning consensus in social representations theory’.

Social representations are about different types of collective cognitions, common sense . With his special interest in science and everyday thinking.

Social representations are about different types of collective cognitions, common sense or thought systems of societies or groups of people. for naming and classifying unambiguously the various aspects of their world and their individual group his-tory. An interesting perspective applying social representations theory to the dynamics of scientific knowledge. Symposium on social represen- tations. Social Science Information, 33. Wagner, W. (E. (1996). Social representations revisited. Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 26. Gina Philoghe SOCIAL SETTINGS. Individuals are profoundly af- fected by the social matrix in which they are embedded. TERM Spring '09. PROFESSOR gc.

Transforming Social Representations : A Social Psychology of Common Sense and Science. by Caroline Purkhardt. Caroline Purkhardt's critical and incisive new work is concerned with the theoretical and methodological issues of social representations - a subject of great importance to social psychologists and sociologists. Beginning with a structured overview and constructive critique of the theory of social representations the author then broadens the scope to the discipline of psychology and social psychology as art and science.

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Caroline Purkhardt's critical and incisive new work is concerned with the theoretical and methodological issues of social representations - a subject of great importance to social psychologists and sociologists. Beginning with a structured overview and constructive critique of the theory of social representations the author then broadens the scope to the discipline of psychology and social psychology as art and science. The Cartesian and Hegelian paradigms are examined and the latter is argued to offer a more suitable framework for the study of social phenomena. The author argues that social representations exist in science.

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