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D Hook; N Mkhize; A Collins; E Burman; I Parker
ISBN: 9781485102281
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Critical Psychology is an approach rather than a theory, an orientation towards psychological knowledge and practice, and to relations of power in general. It is an orientation that cuts across the various sub-disciplines in psychology, and is made up of diverse theoretical perspectives and forms of practice. As such, the best way to grasp critical psychology is by getting a sense of its agendas and functioning across a spread of theories and practices. This is exactly what this book offers, a broad and flexible introduction to critical psychology that explores the diverse concerns of this orientation as it applies to the socio-political contexts of post-apartheid South Africa.

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ISBN13 (SKU) 9781485102281
Title Critical psychology
Author D Hook; N Mkhize; A Collins; E Burman; I Parker
Edition 1st
Publisher Juta
Publication Date 2004
Country of Publication South Africa
Format Type Physical
Number of Pages 534
Institutions University of Pretoria
Course Codes SLK320
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