Subjectivity and Knowledge: Generalization in the Psychological Study of Everyday Life (Theory and History in the Human and Social Sciences) (Hardcover)
Section I. Generalization and the Practice of Everyday Living.- Chapter 1. Knowledge and generalization in and through social practice.- Chapter 2. Subjectivity, conflictuality and generalization in social practice.- Chapter 3. Phenomena driven generalizations in psychology.- Chapter 4. Developing a dialectical understanding of generalization: An unfinished dialogue between Vygotsky and Davydov.- Section II. Ethical and Aesthetical Compositions of Psychological Generalization.- Chapter 5. The Worldliness of the general: Beyond generalization.- Chapter 6. Collaborative teleogenetic generalization as intergenerational methodology for co-exploring well-being practices from within institutionalized everyday life.- Chapter 7. Caravaggio's "The seven works of mercy" and the art of generalization.- Chapter 8. Engaging mimetically with the everyday lives of the precariat: Towards an impressionistic social psychology.- Chapter 9. What do we see in the streets? The everyday life of the excluded.- Section III. Transformative Lines of Situated Generalization.- Chapter 10. Ethos and politics of generalization.- Chapter 11. Generalizations in situated nexuses.- Chapter 12. Analytical strategies of situated alter generalization in psychology of everyday life.- Chapter 13. Research as practice: Generalization with prototypes.- Chapter 14. Rhythms of problematisation and immersive navigation: Generalization in psychosocial research.