- Häftad (Paperback)
- Antal sidor
- SAGE Publications Ltd
- Kvale, Steinar
- black & white illustrations
- 213 x 140 x 19 mm
- Antal komponenter
- x, 230 p. ;
- 260 g
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Psychology and Postmodernism
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The contributors outline the new possibilities for psychology, setting theoretical reformulations alongside implications for psychological practice and method. The book presents critique as well as support for postmodern perspectives, from feminist critique of postmodern `deconstruction' to argument with the usefulness of sharp distinctions between a `modern' and `postmodern' psychology.
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`This far-ranging exploration of the implications of a postmodern culture for psychology represents an international array of perspectives... it examines the relations of postmodernism to feminism, capitalism, methodology, the human sciences, the arts, epistemology, subjectivity, science and psychoanalysis. In doing so, it provides a portrait of psychology at the cutting edge of developments in the arts and humanities. Until recently, these developments had been simply ignored by psychology. Now, they are beginning to be bandied about by the appropriation of poorly understood phrases and ideas. This volume should add real depth to that dialogue' - The Humanistic Psychologist
`In this very readable volume, psychologists have gathered around them postmodernists from other disciplines to celebrate (albeit with a couple of dissenting voices) postmodernity' - British Journal of Psychology
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Steinar Kvale (1938-2008) was professor of educational psychology and director of the Centre of Qualitative Research at the University of Aarhus, and adjunct faculty at Saybrook Institute, San Francisco. He was born in Norway and graduated from the University of Oslo. He continued his studies at the University of Heidelberg with an Alexander von Humboldt scholarship and was a visiting professor at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, and West Georgia University, Carrolton, and the University of Bergen. His long-term concern was with the implications of such continental philosophies as phenomenology, hermeneutics, and dialectics for psychology and education.
Introduction - Steinar Kvale From the Archaeology of the Psyche to the Architecture of Cultural Landscapes Toward a Postmodern Psychology - Kenneth J Gergen Postmodern Psychology - Steinar Kvale A Contradiction in Terms? 'Getting in Touch' - John Shotter The Meta-Methodology of a Postmodern Science of Mental Life Postmodern Subjects - Mike Michael Towards a Transgressive Social Psychology Postmodernism and the Human Sciences - Patti Lather An Introduction to Deconstructionist Psychology - Paul Richer Postmodernism and Subjectivity - Lars L[/]ovlie Postmodern Self-Psychology Mirrored in Science and the Arts - Neil Young Postmodern Epistemology of Practice - Donald E Polkinghorne The Epic of Disbelief - Louis A Sass The Postmodernist Turn in Contemporary Psychoanalysis From Mod Mascu-linity to Post-Mod Macho - Mary Gergen A Feminist Re-Play From Theory to Practice and Back Again - Seth Chaiklin What Does Postmodern Philosophy Contribute to Psychological Science? 'Postmodernism' and 'Late Capitalism' - Peter Madsen On Terms and Realities