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Discursive psychology in practice

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Published by Sage Publications in London, Thousand Oaks, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Discursive psychology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [205]-216) and index.

    Statementedited by Rom Harré and Peter Stearns.
    ContributionsHarré, Rom., Stearns, Peter N.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF201.3 .D57 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 221 p. :
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL819377M
    ISBN 100803977360, 0803977379
    LC Control Number95070196

    This accessible text introduces the key elements of a discursive approach to psychology. This focuses on how discourse - naturally occurring talk and text - can be studied and understood as the "accomplishment of social action." Building on discourse analysis, the authors present an integrated discursive action model which leads to a radical reworking of some of psychology's most . This accessible text introduces the key elements of a discursive approach to psychology. This focuses on how discourse - naturally occurring talk and text - can be studied and understood as the accomplishment of social ng on discourse analysis, the authors present an integrated discursive action model which leads to a radical reworking of some of psychology's most central .

    He prefers the term 'discursive practice'. His book on methodology, Qualitative Psychology: Introducing Radical Research () includes a new version of discourse analysis that attempts to break down the divisions between the researcher and those they study. This book examines the discursive practice approach to language-in-interaction, explicating the consequences of grounding language use and language learning in a view of social realities as discursively constructed, of meanings as negotiated through interaction, of the context-bound nature of discourse, and of discourse as social action.

      Discursive psychology (DP) is the study of psychological issues from a participant's perspective. It investigates how people practically manage psychological themes and concepts such as emotion, intent, or agency within talk and text, and to what ends. This book introduces key issues and historical contexts in critical discursive research in psychology. It sets out methodological steps for critical readings of texts, arguments that can be made for qualitative research in academic settings, and arguments that could be made against it by critical psychologists.


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This text is the first to showcase and promote this new method of discursive research in practice. Featuring contributions from a range of international academics, both pioneers in the field and exciting new researchers, this book illustrates an approach to social science issues that cuts across the traditional disciplinary divisions to provide a rich participant-based understanding of action.

Discursive psychologists take a strong line on psychological issues, insisting that attitudes, emotions, identities and the like be analysed as public, inspectable features of social interaction. Wiggins’ book is an inviting, and utterly comprehensive, guide to discursive by: This text shows how to put discursive theoretical and methodological insights to work in the investigation of concrete problems in psychology.

A range of traditional psychological topics are examined, from decision-making, memory and attributions to emotions, learning and the self. `This book is a fascinating collection of strands woven together to give a picture of how discursive methods provide a more detailed and fuller understanding of various phenomena which have long been the focus of psychological activity it provides the reflective practitioner with new ways of looking at existing problems, and it may lead to a re-evaluation of the way we see and understand our world.

Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice presents an overview of discursive perspectives in therapy, along with an account of their conceptual underpinnings. The book starts by setting out.

Book description. Over the past few decades new ways of conceiving the relation between people, practices and institutions have been developed, enabling an understanding of human conduct in complex situations that is distinctive from traditional psychological and sociological conceptions.

Discursive Psychology is the first collection to systematically and critically appraise the influence and development of its foundational studies, exploring central concepts in social psychology such as attitudes, gender, cognition, memory, prejudice, and ideology.

The book explores how discursive psychology has accommodated and responded to assumptions contained in classic. (PDF) Discursive psychology and emotion | Alexa Hepburn - Discursive psychology (DP) offers a window onto the way emotion and cognition play out in everyday interaction.

As one of the pioneers of DP, Edwards has been instrumental in shaping this approach, and his work on emotion and interaction has been. `This book is a fascinating collection of strands woven together to give a picture of how discursive methods provide a more detailed and fuller understanding of various phenomena which have long been the focus of psychological activity it provides the reflective practitioner with new ways of looking at existing problems, and it may lead to a re-evaluation of the way we see and understand our s: 1.

Expression of social practice through discourse, i.e. how discourse is involved in the construction of social practice including beliefs, knowledge, religion, norms and values. Learn more in: Discursive Practice and the Nigerian Identity in Personal Emails.

Discursive psychology is widely applied, but often lost within the complicated web of discursive methodologies including conversation analysis and critical discourse analysis. Discursive Psychology: Theory, Method and Applications combines the author’s expertise in the approach with a clear pedagogical approach to show you how to put the methodology into practice.

Most come from the fields of discursive psychology and conversation analysis. Discursive psychology is a relatively new field or subdiscipline of psychology. It developed in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century, mainly from social constructionism and discourse analysis (see entries), and is strongly associated with methodological innovation and the analysis of language data.

Discursive Psychology is a theoretical and analytical approach used by academics and practitioners alike, widely applied, though often lost within the complicated web of discourse analysis. Book review of ‘Negotiating the past: histories of the present’, edited by S.

Nuttall and C. Coetzee, Psychology in Society, 27, Wilbraham, L. Reading the (not so) loose threads of multifarious stories. Book review of ‘Psychology discourse practice: from regulation to resistance’, by E. Burman et al. Discursive Psychology - The Framework of Discourse Analysis Potter ( ) described discursive psychology as a paradigm, stating that it is ‘a whole perspective on social life and research into it’.

Discursive Psychology (Edwards and Potter ) is a psychological theory that is critical. To explore how disagreement unfolds interactionally within an online language teacher education course, we adopted discursive psychology (DP), a discourse analytic approach that draws heavily upon.

This chapter introduces and overviews the use of discourse analysis to study psychological questions and, in particular, the perspective known as discursive psychology (DP). DP begins with psychological matters as they arise for people as they live their lives.

It studies how psychological issues and objects are constructed, understood, and displayed as people interact in both everyday and. Discursive Psychology is a theoretical and analytical approach used by academics and practitioners alike, widely applied, though often lost within the complicated web of discourse analysis.

Sally Wiggins combines her expertise i Instructors - Electronic inspection copies are available or contact your local sales representative for an inspection /5(1). Discursive psychology is widely applied, but often lost within the complicated web of discursive methodologies including conversation analysis and critical discourse analysis.

Discursive Psychology: Theory, Method and Applications combines the author’s expertise in the approach with a clear pedagogical approach to show you how to put the.

This accessible text introduces the key elements of a discursive approach to psychology. This focuses on how discourse - naturally occurring talk and text - can be studied and understood as the accomplishment of social action/5(3).Discursive Psychology.

Wiggins has produced a text which is at the same time authoritative and readable; combining smart scholarship with engaging writing.  It offers a comprehensive account of the development, current status and future of discursive psychology which is up to date and a must read for anyone wanting to know about this important disciplinary area.

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