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Influencing Social Policy synthesizes current knowledge about how psychologists influence social policy to serve the public interest. The volume builds upon interviews with 79 applied psychologists about their experiences in the policy domain, with special focus on the work of applied developmental psychologists, applied social psychologists, and community psychologists. Additional foundations of the volume include a review of social science scholarship across a wide range of disciplines, and author Kenneth Maton's 30 years ...

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    • Title: Influencing Social Policy by Kenneth I. Maton
    • Publisher: Oxford University Press Academic US
    • Print ISBN: 9780199989973, 0199989974
    • eText ISBN: 9780199989980
    • Edition: 2016
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