This text presents 29 original articles representing current thought in the field of sociological social psychology. It covers a range of topics including cross-cultural social psychology, the study of gender and sex roles, biological social psychology, the philosophy of methodology, experimental research, non-experimental quantitative research, and qualitative research. Each chapter follows a consistent format, and was written specially for this volume. The work reflects the increasing relevance of social psychology to mainstream sociology and vice versa, and highlights the interrelationship between experimental methods and non-experimental work. Multiple methodologies and theoretical traditions are offered for each content area.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)