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Positioning Theory: Moral Contexts of International Action

Positioning Theory: Moral Contexts of International Action

Rom Harré (Editor), Luk Van Langenhove (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-631-21138-9

Aug 1998, Wiley-Blackwell

226 pages

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$165.95

Description

In this book, Rom Harre give a state of the art overview of positioning theory via contributions from some of the world's leading experts in the field.
1. The dynamics of social episodes: R. Harré and L. van Langenhove.

2. Introducing positioning theory: R. Harré and L. van Langenhove.

3. Positioning and personhood: B. Davies and R. Harr&eacute.

4. Preparing for positive positioning: D. Howie.

5. Reflexive positioning: autobiography: L. van Langenhove and R. Harr&eacute.

6. Reflexive positioning: culture and private discourse: Sui-lan Tan and F. M. Moghaddam.

7. Positioning and the recovery of social identity: S. Sabat and R. Harr&eacute.

8. Positioning and the writing of science: L. van Langenhove and R. Harr&eacute.

9. Positioning in technology: L. van Langenhove and R. Bertolink.

10. Positioning as the production and use of stereotypes: L. van Langenhove and R. Harr&eacute.

11. Strategies of positioning in 'national' discourse: L. Berman.

12. Positioning as display of cultural identity: D. Carbaugh.

13. Positioning in intergroup relations: Sui-lan Tan and F. M. Moghaddam.

14. New directions for positioning theory: R. Harré and L. van Langenhove.

References.

Index.

  • Provides a state of the art overview of positioning theory
  • Features contributions from some of world's leading experts in the field
  • Contains examples throughout to illustrate the theory.