Wendy Hollway

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The importance of relational thinking in the practice of psycho-social research: ontology, epistemology, methodology and ethics Book Chapter How to cite: Hollway, Wendy (2008). The importance of relational thinking in the practice of psycho-social research: ontology, epistemology, methodology and ethics. In: Clarke, Simon; Hoggett, Paul and Hahn, Herbert(More)
The aim of this article is to explore the predicament of one man in difficult circumstances, in order to produce a psychosocial analysis that could contribute to a social psychological understanding of agency. After a brief review of the problem of dualism in theorizing agency and relevant developments in theories of self, and a critique of assumptions(More)
Paradox in the Pursuit of a Critical Theorization of the Development of Self in Family Relationships. Wendy Hollway Open University ABSTRACT. This article starts with my dissatisfaction with the poststructuralist treatment of the production of subjectivity within regulatory discourses and practices due to its neglect of psychological processes. Taking(More)
In moving from concepts of motherhood and mothers to a theorisation of maternal subjectivity that emphasises unconscious intersubjectivity, this paper casts light on the following questions: ⇒ What is meant by maternal and who qualifies? ⇒ Do gender and sex of parents and carers make any systematic difference to an infant, child or adolescent’s experience(More)
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