The turning point in the growth of a genuinely scientific social psychology, marked by the publication of The Explanation of Social Behaviour, by R. Harre and P.F. Secord, was the realization of the pointlessness of most attempts at an experimental study of social action. Further development of the original insights has led to much deeper interest in the structure of social events and the meanings of which they are composed. This interest has led to theoretical advances and novel empirical investigations. If social ...

Social Being 1993, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780631187820

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Social Being 1989, Blackwell Publishers

ISBN-13: 9780631106913

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