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on 27 February 2012
Social Psychology: Traditional and Critical Perspectives is an excellent book for those who are keen to gain an understanding of how Social Psychologists perceive our interactions with the world and how, this interaction, has contributed to shape ourselves. The book is a very engaging narrative that brings contemporary situations to demonstrate to the reader how situations from our daily life can be used to understand Social Psychology's theories. As a psychology student, it provoked me to think about the contributions and limitations of important works that has been carried out in this field, and to have an overall idea about how, well-known researchers of Social Psychology have developed their research agenda. I found it comprehensive with a good structure, covering earlier research to the later. I am very happy with this book and I would strongly recommend it to anyone that has an interest in Social Psychology.
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on 9 March 2012
Social Psychology: Traditional and Critical PerspectivesI recently brought this book to help with my Psychology studies and have found it to be invaluable, it has a wealth of information in one place, that would take weeks to acquire. I would highly recommend this book to any Psychology student it will give you all the right information and references to complete your studies.
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on 15 April 2013
This is a really useful text for students and academics. It provides both traditional and critical social psychological perspectives and illoustrates the diversity within the discipline brilliantly. This is an essential text for anyone studying or researching social psychology.
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on 24 January 2013
Recommend this book to all psychology students- Easy to read, but includes all key concepts needed... Great for effective revision. Worth the money.
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on 11 December 2014
For social psychology there is no better book. Paul Dickerson is a fantastic lecturer and the book is linked perfectly to the syllabus. It also covers a wide range of topics and details and unlike some other social books has a range of critical analysis.

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on 9 October 2014
Great book, arrived promptly, good condition, as described
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on 25 December 2014
Useful text especially the critical aspects.
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on 7 November 2015
Great item!
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on 24 April 2015
Lacks of simplicity and some ideas or terms are not presented in a clear way, maybe it is an excellent book for advanced readers/students.
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on 31 January 2016
Absolutely rubbish, please don't waste your money
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