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Social Representations and Identity
Content, Process, and Power
Edited by Gail Moloney and Iain Walker
 
 
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20 Dec 2007
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9781403979711
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06 Sep 2012
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Drawing on the non-individualistic perspective of social representations theory, this book presents an alternative view of social identity by articulating the inseparable dynamic relationships that exist between content, process and power relations when social identity is embedded in social knowledge.


Description

Drawing on the non-individualistic perspective of social representations theory, this book presents an alternative view of social identity by articulating the inseparable dynamic relationships that exist between content, process and power relations when social identity is embedded in social knowledge.


Contents

Introduction
Moving People and Shifting Representations. Making Immigrant Identities; K.Deaux & S.Wiley
Social Representations of Alterity in the United States; G.Philogène
Identity Representations within Israeli Society: A Kaleidoscope of Minority Phenomena; E.Orr
Social Representations and the Politically Satirical Cartoon: The Construction and Reproduction of the Refugee and Asylum-Seeker Identity; G.Moloney
A Narrative Theory of History and Identity: Social Identity, Social Representations, Society and the Individual; J.Liu & J.László
Representing 'Us' and 'Them': Constructing White Identities in Everyday Talk;
M.Augoustinos & D.Riggs
"It's Not Their Fault that They Have that Colour Skin, Is It?" Young British Children and the Possibilities for Contesting Racializing Representations; C.Howarth
Conceptions and Misconceptions: Social Representations of Medically Assisted Reproduction; I.Walker, P. Broderick & H.Correia
Inviolable Versus Alterable Identities: Culture, Biotechnology and Resistance; N.Kronberger & W.Wagner
Self-Control, Identity and Risk; H.Joffe
Social Identities and Social Representations: How Are They Related?; I.Marková


Authors

GAIL MOLONEY is a Lecturer at the Department of Psychology at Southern Cross University, Australia.

IAIN WALKER is a Professor of Psychology at Murdoch University, Australia.