Positioning Theory: Moral Contexts of International Action by Rom HarréPositioning Theory: Moral Contexts of International Action by Rom Harré

Positioning Theory: Moral Contexts of International Action

EditorRom Harré, Luk Van Langenhove

Paperback | November 18, 1998

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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.
Rom Harré is Fellow of Linacre College, Oxford, and Professor of Psychology at Georgetown University. His numerous publications include The Explorations of Social Behaviour, Social Being, Personal Being, Physical Being and Varieties of Realism.
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Title:Positioning Theory: Moral Contexts of International ActionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:228 pages, 9.04 × 6.06 × 0.65 inPublished:November 18, 1998Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:063121139X

ISBN - 13:9780631211396

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Table of Contents

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.