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Using an innovative approach in critical psychology this study examines collectivity, participation and subjectivity, and the social theories that may help us understand these matters.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Series:||Critical Theory and Practice in Psychology and the Human Sciences Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.60(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
MORTEN NISSEN (http://mnissen.psy.ku.dk) teaches community psychology in Copenhagen, Denmark. He investigates participation, subjectivity, "wild" social work, and addiction, with a focus on theories, methodologies, and practices. He edits Outlines - Critical Practice Studies (www.outlines.dk), and is on the executive committee of the International Society for Cultural and Activity Research.
Table of ContentsPreface Acknowledgements PART I: POINT OF DEPARTURE Preface Overture: One day at The Crew Position: A critical psychology accomplice History: A Rear View Mirror Guide to the Idea of Collectivity Situating Data PART II: A THEORY OF PARTICIPATORY SUBJECTIVITY Collectives as situated units of praxis The Collective as Framed The Collective as Recognized in Ideology Constructing Subjectivity in Participation PART III: PROTOTYPICAL REFLECTIONS Practice Research as Collective Prototyping and Critique Notes References Index