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Ian Parker
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Discourse Dynamics

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In this new textbook Ian Parker provides a systematic introduction to discourse research and the essential theoretical debates of the area. It defends a realist position, discusses accounts of postmodernity and sets out criteria for the identification of discourses. "Discourse Dynamics" is addressed to both undergraduate students in psychology, and postgraduates and ...more
Paperback, 169 pages
Published November 22nd 1991 by Other
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Ian Parker is a British psychologist who has been a principal exponent of three quite diverse critical traditions inside the discipline. His writing has provided compass points for researchers searching for alternatives to ‘mainstream’ psychology in the English-speaking world (that is, mainstream psychology that is based on laboratory-experimental studies that reduce behavior to individual mental ...more
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