This introductory Social Psychology book examines the basic theories within the field of social psychology and illustrates some of the many ways in which these theories have been used to understand and solve real-world problems. Focuses on a class of social psychological theories, and applies them to a current social issue. Grouped into sections on social cognition, social relations, and social influence, these issues include school failure, bilingual education, Head Start, stereotypes and prejudice, AIDS, teenage pregnancy, divorce, aggression and violence in schools, environmental issues, and welfare reform. For anyone interested in an introduction to social psychology.
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