Challenges to Theoretical Psychology

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Captus Press, 1999 - Psychology - 493 pages
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Contents

PSYCHOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING
19
Problems with the Way of Theory
27
Theoretical Psychology for the Next Millennium
35
The Structure of Narrative and the Narrative Structure of Life
41
Constructing Knowledge through Inter Views
50
The Function of Theory in Interpretive Psychology
60
Steps towards Level Assessment
70
CRITICAL HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY
77
A Conceptual Framework for the Study
261
Participation Intercontextuality and Personal Trajectories
269
Child Development in Trajectories of Social Practice
278
Subjects Discourse and Ideology in Social Work
285
PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES AND THE NOTION
295
Cultural Psychology Looks at Culture
304
Theorizing Cultural Selves and Human Agency
312
Psychology and The Nation
322

On Historical Continuity
84
The Impact of Practice on the Development of Psychology
91
Fifty Years of Crossborder Shopping
100
InterGenerational Theory Generation and Gender
109
Meaning Concepts Used in Psychology and Computer Sciences
119
Rene Joma
129
Are Connectionist Models Theories of Cognition?
139
Elimination and Reference
147
Will Philosophy Psychology and Biology
156
AGENCY ACTION AND CONSCIOUSNESS
165
Pain Place Pathos
182
Freedom in Self Narration
200
Life Narratives the Poetics of Selfhood and the Redefinition
205
Jens Brockmeier
206
Intertextuality and Positioning in Life Narratives
213
Is There Anything behind Discourse?
220
Moral Relativism in Narrative Approaches
228
Life Narratives and the Construction of Normality
235
Mark Freeman
245
SOCIAL PRACTICE DISCOURSE AND SUBJECTS
251
TECHNOLOGY AND THE BODY
331
Technovisions and the Remaking of Scientific Identity
341
Everyday Objects between Promise and
350
Crafting Psychology
356
Kasia Galperyn and Henderikus J Stain
365
FEMINIST RESEARCH AND SUBJECTIVITY
373
Subjectivity and Sexuality Research
383
Childhood Sexuality and the Subjectivity of the Researcher
392
What Jewels Does a Woman Want? Bovarysm and
401
POSTMODERNISM MARXISM AND CRITICAL
407
ReTheorising Constructionism
417
Some Contemporary Approaches
426
Postmodern Challenges to the Conservative Anchoring
434
Dialectics of Critical Psychologies in Germany
441
Deconstruction of Subjectivity and Psychological Subject Science
450
Critical Psychology An Unfinished Modern Project
457
Subjectivity and the Other
467
Dialectical Opposites?
477
Author Index
485
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