Margaret Wetherell

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We contrast two theoretical approaches to social influence, one stressing interpersonal dependence, conceptualized as normative and informational influence (Deutsch & Gerard, 1955), and the other stressing group membership, conceptualized as self-categorization and referent informational influence (Turner, Hogg, Oakes, Reicher & Wetherell, 1987). We argue(More)
The Open University's repository of research publications and other research outputs The discursive climate of singleness: the consequences for women's negotiation of a single identity Journal Article How to cite: Reynolds, Jill and Wetherell, Margaret (2003). The discursive climate of singleness: the consequences for women's negotiation of a single(More)
This study used a discursive approach to analysing doctors' and nurses' accounts of men's health in the context of general practice. The analysis worked intensively with interview material from a small sample of general practitioners and their nursing colleagues. We examine the contradictory discursive framework through which this sample made sense of their(More)
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