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The Resource Meaning in action : constructions, narratives, and representations, Toshio Sugiman ... [et al.]. (eds.), (electronic resource)

Meaning in action : constructions, narratives, and representations, Toshio Sugiman ... [et al.]. (eds.), (electronic resource)

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Meaning in action : constructions, narratives, and representations
Title
Meaning in action
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constructions, narratives, and representations
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Toshio Sugiman ... [et al.]. (eds.)
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Language
eng
Summary
Traditional psychology has long been concerned with cognition, motivation, emotion, and the mind in general?the mind being held responsible for individual behavior in society?and scholars of social and cultural psychology have worked in relative isolation. Meaning in Action is a bold departure as it places culture at the center of human functioning and posits that it is not the independent mind that gives rise to human action but participation in a world of socially created meanings. Each chapter illuminates the socially grounded view of the individual. Investigations into the power of shared
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non fiction
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Meaning in action : constructions, narratives, and representations, Toshio Sugiman ... [et al.]. (eds.), (electronic resource)
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Meaning in action : constructions, narratives, and representations, Toshio Sugiman ... [et al.]. (eds.), (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
The Social Turn in the Science of Human Action; Reflections on the Diversity of Knowledge: Power and Dialogue in Representational Fields; Discourse and Representation in the Construction of Witchcraft; Culture, Psychotherapy, and the Diasporic Self as Transitoric Identity: A Reply to Social Constructionist and Postmodern Concepts of Narrative Psychotherapy; Generative Inquiry in Therapy: From Problems to Creativity; Constructing Trauma and Its Treatment: Knowledge, Power and Resistance; Moralities We Live by: Moral Focusing in the Context of Technological Change
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1 online resource (vii, 354 p.)
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9784431746799
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