Why is psychology social science

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CHAPTER 1

Introduction: Social-scientific psychology concept between natural and human sciences

CHAPTER 2

Monism and Dualism in Psychology. On the entanglement of ontological and methodological problem (solution) perspectives

Object and problem constitution: subject models in psychology

CHAPTER 4

The knowledge relation as a social relation: on the tension between methodological and ethical target perspectives

 

2nd half-volume: Theory history, practical relevance, interdisciplinarity, method integration.

CHAPTER 5

Theory-historical continuity: learning from aggression or possibilities for catharsis?

1. On the concept and concept of a theoretical-historical continuity

2. Catharsis: a theoretical concept with two interpretive perspectives (purgation vs. purification)

3. The way of the empirical examination to the purgation pole

4. To recover a theoretical approach that has been experimented away with: processing desiderata of the value perspective

5. Conclusion: metatheoretical (partial) target specification of the theoretical-historical continuity criterion

CHAPTER 6 Lutz-Michael ALISCH

Theory-practice relation

1. Aristotelian Practice: Aims and Means

2. Platonic Practice: Previous Technology

CHAPTER 7Peter VORDERER & Jaan VALSINER

(Social) psychology and sociology - or: the micro-macro problem (consciousness)

1. The relationship between psychology and sociology

2. The micro-macro problem in sociology

3. Micro-macro directions in psychology

4. Solution perspectives and future tasks

CHAPTER 8 Lutz-Michael ALISCH

Psychology and pedagogy

1. The problem of systematisation in scientific pedagogy - A framework for characterizing the relationship between psychology and pedagogy

2. Definition of the concept of education and its consequences for the relationship between psychology and pedagogy

3. The role of the social science conception of psychology in the empirical foundation of pedagogy

4. Realization of empirically founded educational ethical goals

5. Conclusion: Social science psychology and the requirements of triadic pedagogical systems

CHAPTER 9 Franz BREUER

Problems of human and social science knowledge methods: Much confusion - some suggestions

1. Basic problems

2. Illustrations: methodological problem constellations from social and cultural science related disciplines

3. Conclusions

CHAPTER10 Norbert GROEBEN

1. The third way: liberalization, modification, extension of the scientific scientific criteria

2. Liberalization of the classic target 'criteria'

3. Extensions of the scientific target criteria

4. Summary: 24 maxims for a sociological-psychological research