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Discourse and Cognition

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Informationen zum Autor Derek Edwards is Reader in Discursive Psychology in the Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough Univer... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Derek Edwards is Reader in Discursive Psychology in the Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University. He is co-author (with Neil Mercer) of Common Knowledge, (with Jonathan Potter) of Discursive Psychology and (with others) of Ideological Dilemmas. Klappentext `For those already familiar with discursive work it will be a joy - Edwards writes with enormous clarity and insight. For psychologists whose work involves an understanding of the relations between language and cognition this book will be essential reading.... This is a demanding book that will repay close attention. It can also be dipped into as a resource for the brilliant reworkings of traditional psychological topic areas, such as emotion, language, cognition, categories, AI, narrative, scripts and developmental psychology. If you want a glimpse into the future of psychology, get this book - the end of cognitivism starts here' - History and Philosophy of Psychology The central project of this multidisciplinary volume is a wholesale reappraisal of psychological concepts of human action, mental states, language and social interactions. Derek Edwards reviews a wide range of thought and research to demonstrate how the dominant cognitive approach to psychology has failed. He makes a compelling case for language to be best understood as a kind of activity, as discourse. The argument draws upon ethnomethodology, conversation analysis, linguistic philosophy and social studies of science. These influences underpin a fascinating intellectual survey ranging across cognitivism, discursive psychology, shared knowledge, categories and metaphor, emotion and narrative. The emphasis throughout is on the value of close empirical study of text and talk, through which the topics of mind, world and `who we are' are seen as `ways of talking'. Zusammenfassung The central project of this volume is a reappraisal of some of the great debates in psychology in the light of recent theoretical and empirical developments. The author reviews a range of thought and research to demonstrate how the dominant cognitive approach to psychology has failed. Inhaltsverzeichnis An Informal Introduction Cognitivism and Cognition Discourse and Reality Talk as Action Shared Knowledge Scripts and Dispositions Emotion Categories I Language and Perception Categories II Bodily Experience and Folk Psychology Narrative Stories and Rememberings Membership Children, Animals and Machines ...

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`For those already familiar with discursive work it will be a joy - Edwards writes with enormous clarity and insight. For psychologists whose work involves an understanding of the relations between language and cognition this book will be essential reading.... This is a demanding book that will repay close attention. It can also be dipped into as a resource for the brilliant reworkings of traditional psychological topic areas, such as emotion, language, cognition, categories, AI, narrative, scripts and developmental psychology. If you want a glimpse into the future of psychology, get this book - the end of cognitivism starts here' - History and Philosophy of Psychology

The central project of this multidisciplinary volume is a wholesale reappraisal of psychological concepts of human action, mental states, language and social interactions. Derek Edwards reviews a wide range of thought and research to demonstrate how the dominant cognitive approach to psychology has failed. He makes a compelling case for language to be best understood as a kind of activity, as discourse.

The argument draws upon ethnomethodology, conversation analysis, linguistic philosophy and social studies of science. These influences underpin a fascinating intellectual survey ranging across cognitivism, discursive psychology, shared knowledge, categories and metaphor, emotion and narrative. The emphasis throughout is on the value of close empirical study of text and talk, through which the topics of mind, world and `who we are' are seen as `ways of talking'.



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The central project of this volume is a reappraisal of some of the great debates in psychology in the light of recent theoretical and empirical developments. The author reviews a range of thought and research to demonstrate how the dominant cognitive approach to psychology has failed.

Contenu

An Informal Introduction
Cognitivism and Cognition
Discourse and Reality
Talk as Action
Shared Knowledge
Scripts and Dispositions
Emotion
Categories I
Language and Perception
Categories II
Bodily Experience and Folk Psychology
Narrative
Stories and Rememberings
Membership
Children, Animals and Machines

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Titre: Discourse and Cognition
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Code EAN: 9780803976962
ISBN: 0803976968
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 368
Poids: 559g
Taille: H234mm x B156mm x T19mm
Année: 1996