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The SAGE Handbook of Applied Social Psychology
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The SAGE Handbook of Applied Social Psychology

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February 2019 | 601 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Darrin Hodgetts & Kieran O'Doherty
Introduction
 
Part 01: Culture, Race & Indigeneity
Saba Safdar & Fons J.R. van se Vijver
Chapter 1: Acculturation & Its Application: A Conceptual Review and Analysis
Tracy A. McFarlane
Chapter 2: Heritage and (In)Equality: Social Psychology Applied to Race
Christopher C. Sonn, Mohi R. Rua & Amy F. Quayle
Chapter 3: Decolonising Applied Social Psychology: Culture, Indigeneity and Coloniality
 
Part 02: Gender & Sexuality
Paula C. Barata & Charlene Y. Senn
Chapter 4: Interventions to Reduce Violence Against Women: The Contribution of Applied Social Psychology
Katrina Roen & Shiloh Groot
Chapter 5: Trans* and gender diverse youth: Applied and critical social psychology working in the margins
Katherine Johnson & Antar Martínez Guzmán
Chapter 6: The social psychology of gender & sexuality: theory, application, transformation
 
Part 03: Politics
Colin Scott & Allison Harell
Chapter 7: Avenues Towards an Applied Social Psychology of Democratic Citizenship
Eleni Andreouli & Lia Figgou
Chapter 8: Critical social psychology of politics
Malcolm MacLachlan, Joanne McVeigh, Tessy Huss & Hasheem Mannan
Chapter 9: Macropsychology: Challenging and changing social structures and systems to promote social inclusion
 
Part 04: Health & Mental Health
Ben Giguere, R. Thomas Beggs & Fuschia Sirois
Chapter 10: Social cognitive approaches to health issues
Tracy Morison, Antonia Lyons, & Kerry Chamberlain
Chapter 11: Critical health psychology: Applications for social action
Neil Drew & Michael Adams
Chapter 12: Community Based Mental Health in Cultural Contexts: From deinstitutionalisation to engaged and authentic community based care
 
Part 05: Work
Paul Maher, Deirdre O'Shea & Eric R. Igou
Chapter 13: Social Cognition in the Workplace: The Future of Research on the Meaning of Work
David Fryer
Chapter 14: Applied Social Psychologies, the Neoliberal Labour-Market Subject and Critique
Stuart C. Carr
Chapter 15: Standing Up for Sustainable Livelihoods: From Poverty to Prosperity
 
Part 06: Ageing
Donatienne Desmette, Hélène Henry & Stefan Agrigoroaei
Chapter 16: Ageing in Context: Ageism in Action
Mary Breheny & Christine Stephens
Chapter 17: Social policy and social identities for older people
Wendy Wen Li & Alma Au
Chapter 18: Successful Ageing and Community
 
Part 07: Communication
James H. Liu, Homero Gil de Zúñiga & Trevor Diehl
Chapter 19: Social Cognition and Communication: From Attitudes and Persuasion to Cross-Cultural Psychology, Social Representations, Discourse, and the Technologies of Digital Influence
Eleftheria Tseliou, Olga Smoliak, Andrea LaMarreb, & Chris Quinn-Nilasb
Chapter 20: Discursive Psychology as Applied Science
Kieran C O'Doherty & Karla Stroud
Chapter 21: Public Deliberation and Social Psychology: Integrating Theories of Participation with Social Psychological Research and Practice
 
Part 08: Education
Louise R. Alexitch
Chapter 22: Applying Social Psychology to Education
Anne Galletta
Chapter 23: Critical Layering in Participatory Inquiry and Action: Praxis and Pedagogy in Seeking Educational Change
 
Part 09: Environment
Heather Barnes Truelove, P. Wesley Schultz, & Ashley Jade Gillis
Chapter 24: Using Social Psychology to Protect the Environment
Alexander J. Bridger, Sophia Emmanouil & Rebecca Lawthom
Chapter 25: The psychogeographical turn in applied social psychology
Bianca Dreyer & Manuel Riemer
Chapter 26: Community and Participatory Approaches to the Environment
 
Part 10: Criminal Justice, Law & Crime
Fabiana Alceste, Aria Amrom, Johanna Hellgren & Saul M. Kassin
Chapter 27: Social Psychology and Law
Mandy Morgan, Leigh Coombes, Stephanie Denne & Melissa Rangiwananga
Chapter 28: Critical social psychology and victims of crime: Gendering violence, risk and dangerousness in the society of captives

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ISBN: 9781473969261
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