Growing critical : alternatives to developmental psychology

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Growing critical : alternatives to developmental psychology

John R. Morss

(Critical psychology)

Routledge, 1996

  • : hbk
  • : pbk

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注記

Includes indexes

Bibliography: p. [159]-164

内容説明・目次

巻冊次

: hbk ISBN 9780415061087

内容説明

Growing Critical is an introduction to critical psychology, focussing on development. It takes a fresh look at infancy, childhood and adulthood and makes the startling claim that 'development' does not exist. John Moss guides the reader from the early critical movements of the 1970s which gave rise to the 'social construction of development' through the wide range of more recent approaches. He looks in turn at Vygotsky's 'social context of development, at Harre's 'social construction', Marxist critique of development psychology, psychoanalytic interpretations of development, and finally post-structuralist approaches following Foucault and Derrida. He surveys the range of alternative positions in the critical psychology of development and evaluates the achievements of Newman and Holzman, Broughton, Tolman, Walkerdine and others. Marxism, psychoanalysis and post-structuralism - as well as such movements as feminism - challenge our understandings of human development. Morss looks beyond the laboratory, to Marx and Freud, to Foucault and Lacan. What sets Growing Critical apart from orthodox psychology is the seriousness with which he has thought through the implications of these challenges. Contemporary and 'reader-friendly', Growing Critical will be of value to both undergraduate and to advanced students, as well as to anyone interested in human development, in pyschology, sociology or education.

目次

  • Naturally social: Vygotsky and the social contexts of development
  • Persons in conversation: the social construction of development
  • the problem of development
  • Marxism and the critique of development
  • psychoanalysis and the subversion of development
  • post-structuralism and the deconstruction of development
  • writing against development.
巻冊次

: pbk ISBN 9780415061094

内容説明

Growing Critical is an introduction to critical psychology, focussing on development. It takes a fresh look at infancy, childhood and adulthood and makes the startling claim that 'development' does not exist. John Moss guides the reader from the early critical movements of the 1970s which gave rise to the 'social construction of development' through the wide range of more recent approaches. He looks in turn at Vygotsky's 'social context of development, at Harre's 'social construction', Marxist critique of development psychology, psychoanalytic interpretations of development, and finally post-structuralist approaches following Foucault and Derrida. He surveys the range of alternative positions in the critical psychology of development and evaluates the achievements of Newman and Holzman, Broughton, Tolman, Walkerdine and others. Marxism, psychoanalysis and post-structuralism - as well as such movements as feminism - challenge our understandings of human development. Morss looks beyond the laboratory, to Marx and Freud, to Foucault and Lacan. What sets Growing Critical apart from orthodox psychology is the seriousness with which he has thought through the implications of these challenges. Contemporary and 'reader-friendly', Growing Critical will be of value to both undergraduate and to advanced students, as well as to anyone interested in human development, in pyschology, sociology or education.

目次

1. Introduction 2. Naturally Social: Vygotsky and the social contexts of development 3. Persons in conversation: The social construction of development 4. The problem of development 5. Marxism and the critique of development 6. Psychoanalysis and the subversion of development 7. Post-structuralism and the deconstruction of development 8. Writing against development

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詳細情報

  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    BA26729535
  • ISBN
    • 0415061083
    • 0415061091
  • LCCN
    95008132
  • 出版国コード
    uk
  • タイトル言語コード
    eng
  • 本文言語コード
    eng
  • 出版地
    London
  • ページ数/冊数
    ix, 170 p.
  • 大きさ
    24 cm
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