Viewed up close social psychology can seem like a jumble - a hodgepodge of disparate ideas and concepts. Students may well ask, what are the principles that unite these areas of study? Even from a distance, it integrates pieces and parts from all of the social sciences into a recognizable and unified whole. In "A New Outline of Social Psychology", senior social scientist Martin Gold presents an integrated model of social psychology, that brings the field into sharp focus by exploring the reciprocal relations between the person and the social environment. Four prismatic concepts (person, social organization, interpersonal relations and culture) are key co-ordinates for delineating the zones of interpretation between the psychological and social systems. Gold's new model of social psychology organizes the field, revealing similarities among seemingly disparate concepts and making distinctions that should clarify understanding of this discipline. A resource for all social sciences, this book explores the cross-disciplinary relevance of social psychology and identifies some promising cutting-edge areas of social psychological research.
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