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A good and exciting insight in the critical approaches to social psychology, particularly easy to go through and engaging for undergraduates.
This is a good and easy book to read but seems to miss out on the variety of examples (e.g. education, marketing, management etc)
I found this book very engaging and full of interesting ideas in relation to contemporary social psychology. What was particularly refreshing was the fact that, unlike other similar critiques of this type, it seems to stay true to the key ideas inherent to the discipline of social pychology, rather than having to lean to heavily on more sociological aspects of social psychology, such as feminism, marxism & neo-liberalist ideas.
I will be adopting this book as an essentil reading for my advanced social psychology course as I believe that it establishes appropriate links bertween the introductory and advanced courses and is written in a clear language for students with interesting research examples.
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