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Introduction: Contemporary Discursive Psychology Cristian Tileaga and Elizabeth Stokoe Part 1: Epistemology and Method Interpretative Repertoires, Conversation Analysis and Being Critical Ann Weatherall. Hitting Ontological Rock Bottom: Discursive psychology's respecification of the realism/relativism debate Clara Iversen. Conversation Analysis and Psychology: Taking up the challenge of Sacks's legacy Alexandra Kent. Natural and Contrived Data Simon Goodman and Susan A. Speer. Questions of Context: Qualitative interviews as a source of knowledge Tim Rapley Part 2: Cognition, Emotion and the Psychological Thesaurus What Happened to Post-cognitive Psychology? Hedwig te Molder. From Loughborough with Love: How discursive psychology rocked the heart of social psychology's love affair with attitudes Sally Wiggins. Discursive Psychology and Emotion Carrie Childs and Alexa Hepburn. Recasting the Psychologist's Question: Children's talk as social action Carly Butler. Seeing the Inside from the Outside of Children's Minds: Displayed understanding and interactional competence Karin Osvaldsson. From Script Theory to Script Formulation: Derek Edwards' shift from perceptual-realism to the interactional-rhetorical Neill Korobov Part 3: Social Categories, Identity and Memory Reorienting Categories as a Members' Phenomena Richard Fitzgerald and Sean Rintel. Some Relevant Things about Gender and Other Categories in Discursive Psychology Sue Widdicombe. Dilemmas of Memory: The mind is not a tape recorder Steve Brown and Paula Reavey. A Forgotten Legacy? Towards a discursive psychology of the media Frederick Attenborough Part 4: Prejudice, Racism and Nationalism Re-theorizing Prejudice in Social Psychology: From cognition to discourse Martha Augoustinos. `Race Stereotypes' as `Racist' Discourse Kevin Durrheim. Fact and Evaluation in Racist Discourse Revisited John Dixon and Stephanie Taylor. Banal Nationalism, Postmodernism and Capitalism: Revisiting Billig's critique of Rorty Stephen Gibson

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Cristian Tileaga is Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology in the Department of Social Sciences at Loughborough University, UK. Elizabeth Stokoe is Professor of Social Interaction in the Department of Social Sciences at Loughborough University, UK.

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