Study of Identity as a Concept and Social Construct in Behavioral and Social Science Research. A look at Inter-Disciplinary and Global Perspectives

Author: Cherubini, Lorenzo
Year:2010
Pages:220
ISBN:0-7734-1452-5
978-0-7734-1452-5
Price:119.95
How do behavior and social scientists understand the implications of identity on
themselves and the world in which they interact? This work makes a contribution to the behavioral and social sciences in terms of examining the layered complexities that
are embedded in the process of knowledge-creation.

Reviews

From the Foreword:
“. . . offers examples of how different disciplines–psychology, sociology of education, and political science–approach the study of identity both as a concept and as a construct. A thorough reading should stimulate some worthwhile, cutting-edge research.”
– Prof. Norma Winston, University of Tampa