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Series: Inquiries in Social Construction

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After Postmodernism: Reconstructing Ideology Critique by Herbert W. Simons
Collective Remembering by David Middleton
Constructing Knowledge: Authority and Critique in Social Science by Lorraine Nencel
Constructing the Self in a Mediated World by Debra Mowat
Conversational Realities: Constructing Life through Language by John Shotter
Discursive Psychology by Derek Edwards
Everyday Understanding: Social and Scientific Implications by Gun Semin
Pathology and the Postmodern: Mental Illness as Discourse and Experience by Dwight Fee
Power/Gender: Social Relations in Theory and Practice by H. Lorraine Radtke
Psychology and Postmodernism by Steinar Kvale
Re-imagining Therapy: Living Conversations and Relational Knowing by Eero Riikonen
Rhetoric in the Human Sciences by Herbert W. Simons
The Social Construction of Anorexia Nervosa by Julie Hepworth
Social Construction of Lesbianism by Celia Kitzinger1
Social Constructionism, Discourse and Realism by Ian Parker
The Social Psychology of Experience: Studies in Remembering and Forgetting by Dr David Middleton
The Social Self by David Bakhurst
Therapy as Social Construction by Sheila McNamee
Texts of Identity by John Shotter2

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