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Description - Social Psychology and Cultural Context by John Adamopoulos

'In this book, cross-cultural psychologists from around the world honor the discipline's founding father, Harry C Triandis. The book has become a perfect overview of the state of the art in cross-cultural psychology' - Geert Hofstede, Tilburg University, The Netherlands Social Psychology and Cultural Context is the first survey of social psychology to integrate cross-cultural issues. The book not only utilizes several variants of the construct of subjective culture but also reflects the current state of affairs in the social domain of cross-cultural psychology. Written by world-renowned specialists, the chapters in this volume offer valuable insights to students and researchers in both cross-cultural and social psychology.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780761906384
ISBN-10: 076190638X
Format: Paperback
(254mm x 177mm x 17mm)
Pages: 320
Imprint: SAGE Publications Inc
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Publish Date: 7-Sep-1999
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - John Adamopoulos

My work focuses on the description of "interpersonal structure" (i.e., the psychological dimensions along which social behavior varies), and on the modeling of the mental representation of interpersonal behavior and of the social context in which it occurs. This work has implication both for traditional social/personality psychology, and for a number of related theoretical issues (e.g., the possibility of distinguishing "universal" from culture-specific psychological processes, and the emergence over time of the dimensions along which meaning about interpersonal behavior is communicated).