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Author: John Muncie,Margaret Wetherell,Rudi Dallos,Allan Douglas Cochrane
ISBN13: 978-0803979550
Title: Understanding the Family (Published in association with The Open University)
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 1st edition (February 16, 1995)
Pages: 336

Understanding the Family (Published in association with The Open University) by John Muncie,Margaret Wetherell,Rudi Dallos,Allan Douglas Cochrane

Published in Association with the Open University. Free delivery worldwide. book provides an overview of major belief systems about the family, which are intelligently summarized, often with the use of thoughtfully selected excerpts from major source material.

com Product Description (ISBN 0761953078, Paperback). well written and worth having' - British Journal of Medical Psychology. an excellent collection for students of social policy, social care or social work, covering as it does both subjective and objective features of family life and the logics of inequality within which they are embedded' - Child and Family Social Work

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In: Muncie, John; Wetherell, Margaret; Langan, Mary; Dallos, Rudi and Cochrane, Allan eds. Understanding the Family. Sage Publications Ltd. Wetherell, Margaret and Potter, Jonathan (1995). Abrams, Dominic; Wetherell, Margaret; Cochrane, Sandra; Hogg, Michael A. and Turner, John (1990). Self-categorization and the nature of norm formation, conformity, and group polarization. British Journal of Social Psychology, 29(2) pp. 97–121.

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Margaret Wetherell (born 24 November 1954), is a prominent academic in the area of discourse analysis. Her 1987 book, Discourse and Social Psychology: Beyond Attitudes and Behaviour, cowritten with Jonathan Potter, was very influential, particularly in social psychology, though also in other fields (. Wood & Kroger, 2000). While discourse analysis has many different meanings, Wetherell's approach has been quite catholic in line with other anglophone discourse analysts like Gilbert & Mulkay (1984).

Open University texts are oftenrecommended to undergraduates on parallel courses in other institutions, accepting that notall of the elements contained within it will be suitable in a somewhat different context, butacknowledging that such texts have the advantage of a strong creative team and are subject toan unusual degree of academic scrutiny in their development. Chapter 4, againby Margaret Wetherell Group Conflict and The Social Psychology of Racism cleverly (and veryreadably) brings many of the significant theories of social psychology past and present to bearon the issue of racism. Sage Publications, London EC2A 4PU and in association with the Open University, Milton Keynes MK7 6YZ, 1996, 336 pp. ISBN 0-7619-5000-1.

The majority of the OUs undergraduate students are based throughout the United Kingdom and principally study off-campus, the OU was established in 1969 and the first students enrolled in January 1971.

This introductory textbook presents an accessible, interdisciplinary account of how `the family′ is constituted in `public′ and `private′ spheres.

Drawing on a range of theoretical perspectives from sociology, social policy, psychology and psychoanalysis, the book examines critically assumptions about ′the family′ that are embedded in social policy, law and political discourse. It reveals that such assumptions fail to recognize a marked diversity of family forms in contemporary society and also ignore the complex ways in which family life comes to be experienced. It outlines the tensions that exist between the dominant assumptions of state and society and the lived realities and everyday experiences of family life.