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* How do traditional concepts of masculinity restrict men's life choices and affect their health?* Why is it that men die earlier than women?* Can men find new ways of negotiating masculinity that are not injurious to their physical and emotional health?This book provides a clear and relatively concise social psychology, drawing together the variety of...
* How do traditional concepts of masculinity restrict men's life choices and affect their health?* Why is it that men die earlier than women?* Can men find new ways of negotiating masculinity that are not injurious to their physical and emotional health?This book provides a clear and relatively concise social psychology, drawing together the variety of arguments, controversies and approaches that constitute the field. It is organised around three interrelated aspects of critics' dissatisfaction with social psychology: its methods and claim to be a science (the paradigm crisis); its mental concepts and especially its view of selfhood (the conceptual crisis); and its dehumanising character and the political effects of psychological practices and knowledge (the moral/political crisis).Several critical tools have guided efforts to rethink the discipline, such as sociological and philosophical studies of science, the turn to language, discourse analysis, feminism and poststructuralism. These are described and their usefulness is examined in providing a critique of and alternatives to social psychology's subject and method. The emphasis throughout is on the variety of approaches to deconstructing and reconstructing social psychology, encouraging a broad appreciation of subsequent controversies such as realism and agency. Students will welcome the clarity of the author's approach to a field which has seemed daunting and impenetrable in the past. (20030601)
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