Individuals, Interaction, and Inequality
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Social Psychology: Individuals, Interaction, and Inequality invites students to take a sociological approach to the study of the individual in relationship to society.
This unique new text explains how social psychology provides varied, yet interrelated, explanations for individuals′ experiences in groups and how the micro-level interactions of individuals have consequences for macro-level phenomena within society. Karen A. Hegtvedt and Cathryn Johnson describe an array of processes that shape interaction in contexts characterized by differences in status, power, or group memberships. Unlike other social psychology texts, theirs stresses the interconnections among these processes, to create a story of how individuals come to perceive and then act in their social worlds.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781412965040, 9781412965040, 9781412965040, 9781506389349, 9781483314747, 9781483309415, 1506389341|
|Number of Pages||376|