Constructing Identities: The Social, the Nonhuman and Change

by

This volume provides a distinctive overview and analysis of the place of social constructionism in social psychology. The author's arguments revolve around two key questions: How can social constructionism account for changes in human identities? In what ways might social constructionism accommodate a role for nonhumans - whether technological or natural' - in the constitution of identity? Michael locates these questions between recent innovations in social psychology and the highly influential contributions of actor ...

Currently there are no copies available. However, our inventory changes frequently. Please check back soon or try Book Fetch.