The fist edition of this book was a pioneering work in the newly emerging field of liberation psychology. This revised and updated edition provides an up-to-date review of the latest international developments in liberation psychology, feminist psychology and critical psychology, with a framework that links the personal and the political.
Draws together the relationship between event design and the experience of consumers and participants. This book explores and analyses the event experience of the individual and how this can be controlled by design. It includes a review of the psychological processes of perception and interpretation and how meaning and experience can be analysed.
An original and comprehensive study of the sociological and psychological forces driving individual choices in French Presidential elections. Based on a unique comparative analysis of four French presidential contests over the last two decades, this book presents a rigorous examination of long-term and short-term voter motivations.
How should we respond to events that, for a variety of psychological and cultural reasons, we find it hard to wrap our minds around? This book argues that realism about science and scientists, innovative applications of cost-benefit analysis, and a pragmatic attitude toward civil liberties are among the keys to coping with catastrophic risks.
In a feature unique to Italy, the people who prepared a condemned man or woman spiritually and psychologically for execution were not priests or friars, but laymen. This book includes some of the songs, stories, poems, and images that they used, and also first-person accounts and ballads describing particular executions.