Perspectives within Critical Social Psychology.

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Introduction
Key perspectives within critical social psychology/ Define each perspective/ Debates-agency,structure,ideology, methodology/ What I will argue and how/ Consideration of what you want to know/ No fluffy bunny approach.
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Psychosocial
Agency and complex human human behavior needed past traditional psychology/ Freud (1856-1939) unconscious and repression/ Inner states/ Hollway and Jefferson (2000)/ Interpretive approach/ ID,Ego,Superego/ Psychosexual stages.
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Defence mechanisms
Defended subject/ Defence mechanims- ego preventing inacceptable ID material into unconscious/ repression, sublimination. denial, projection/ Klien (1975) paranoid schizoid/ Actively splitting (Mannay 2013). Depressive position.
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Erikson
Neo freudian/ psychology, social and cultural/ devolpment throughout life/ quest for conscious for individual behavior/problematic dualisms/ crisis reaffirms identities.
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Psycho-social methodology.
Gadd and Jefferson (2007) ubderstand individual worlds. Qualitative agency/ FANI- emotions, open ended, free association/ biographical/ Life story- plummer (1995).
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Psycho social case studies.
Klive hollway and Jefferson 2005- conflict between determinism and agency/ be like his mum not like dad and brother/ replaces boss with father figure/ sickness protects him. Weatherell (2005)- individualised, detective. Ivy (2000)- projection, split
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Discursive perspective
constructionist, structure/ potter and weatherell (1987)action orientated, situated, constructed, constructive/ outwardly expressed/ AEP (1993) language is action/ Mckinley and Mcvittie (2007) ideology, international, mixed/interpretive repositories/
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Discursive psychologists
Wittgenstein- words are deed- what are people doing?/ Austin (1975) performatives/ Tajfel (1978)- words are categories in which group membership is formed. Edwards 1991 agree- words are categories.
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Discursive case studies
Billiig (1998) double declaming/ Widdicombe and woffit (1995)- youth subcultures- conflicts regarding individual and collectivism. Ivy and Vince at facevalue.
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Discourse analysis
Picking themes out e.g prejudice/ support flexible, key themes/ not holistic/ rpgers 2002- best guessing tactical purpose/ Not as strong as FANI/ Subjective.
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Psychoanalytic Disucrsive
Billig (1999)n darkening the study of human behavior- not everything is outwardly expressed/ proficient speakers repress/ epxressive and repressive. abscenes/ culutrally acceptable/ dialogic unconsious.
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Psychoanalytic discursive case studies
Billig (1999) roayl family- obstacles/ Little Hans (freduain case) but...oh well/ Stanley (2001)- repressing loneliness to avoid stereotype.
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Criticisms of psychoanalytic
Delves in further. Edley (2006) why go beyond rich surface of text- gives what is needed/ Edwards (2006) agress suggest going beyond text provides more discourse/ Freud inner state./ Need for FANI.
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Conclusion
What i have done. Supported with key debates- ideology, methodology and agency/ consideration for future- what is needed to know. Psycho social approaches/ Hollway and Jefferson (2000) agree
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