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This new edition of Kenneth Gergen's landmark Invitation to Social Construction offers readers a clear and more thorough introduction to the theory and practice of social constructionism. Particular to this new edition is a writing style more directed to the undergraduate, a larger more student-friendly format as well as textboxes/visual material employed throughout to lift concepts to a more relevant state of meaning.
Kenneth J. Gergen is Professor of Psychology at Swarthmore College.
Table of Contents
|Revolution in the Making|
|Constructing the Real and the Good|
|Horizons of Human Inquiry|
|The Relational Self|
|Conflict and Transformation|
|A Profusion of Practices|
|Social Construction in Question|
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