ARCP 1: Foundations (1999)


Editor: Ian Parker

What are the necessary prerequisites for critical work in different areas of the discipline? What theoretical and methodological resources do we already have at hand for good critical practice? What are the conceptual and institutional foundations for critical psychology?

Contents of ARCP 1


doc[1]Critical psychology: Critical links
Ian Parker


doc[1]Towards a more critical educational psychology
Lise Bird

doc[1]Conversation analysis: A reflexive methodology for critical psychology
Michael A. Forrester

doc[1]Lesbian and gay psychology: Is it critical?
Celia Kitzinger

doc[1]Using the ‘F’ word in organizational psychology: Foundations for critical feminist research
Rebecca Lawthom

doc[1]One dogma of dialectical materialism
Fred Newman

doc[1]Critical psychological foundations for the promotion of mental health
Isaac Prilleltensky

doc[1]Methodologies of critical psychology: Illustrations from the field of racism
Thomas Teo

Elizabeth Wilson


doc[1]Rex Stainton Rogers, 1942-1999: A celebration of his contribution to critical psychology
Beryl Curt


doc[1]Homer’s Fredric Jameson
Grahame Hayes

doc[1]Ibáñez & Íñiguez’s Critical Social Psychology
Kareen Ror Malone

doc[1]Gordo-López y Linaza’s Psicologías, Discursos y Poder
Isabel Rodríguez Mora

doc[1]Fox & Prilleltensky’s Critical Psychology
Tholene Sodi

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