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Red Globe Press | Paperback: 9781137526632| Ebook: 9781137526656 | November 2019 | £45.99

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Why use this book?

  • Coverage of a wide range of perspectives on key topics, demonstrating that social psychology is a fast-moving discipline with gaps in research yet to be filled.
  • International examples of social psychological research that will help students place the discipline in a global context.
  • Comprehensive, free accompanying digital resources including a test bank, PowerPoint slides and author videos.
  • A 'Social psychology and you' chapter dedicated to the overarching principles of social psychology that can be applied not only to students' studies but in their future lives, as well as broader skills and problem-solving tools that students can expect to develop from studying this subject.
  • Ten student led projects from students in the UK and ANZ, covering topics ranging from explorations of online group identities to sexism and life satisfaction.
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Nurturing critical thinking and raising consciousness every step of the way, they masterfully explain and apply social psychology to critique the world around them and social psychology itself. Indeed, it will be my go-to-guide for teaching social psychology for many years to come. - Rachel Calogero, Western University, Canada

Robbie Sutton

Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Kent. He has published extensively on topics such as justice, inequality, gender and sexism, causal explanation, and attitudes to science. He has been Associate Editor for the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology and the British Journal of Social Psychology.

Karen Douglas

Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Kent. Karen has been Co-Editor of the British Journal of Social Psychology, and an Associate Editor for the European Journal of Social Psychology, Social Psychology, the British Journal of Social Psychology and Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.