Personal construct psychology and social constructionism are not incompatible: Implications of a reframing

@article{Pavlovi2011PersonalCP,
  title={Personal construct psychology and social constructionism are not incompatible: Implications of a reframing},
  author={Jelena Pavlovi{\'c}},
  journal={Theory & Psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={396 - 411}
}
  • Jelena Pavlović
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology
  • Theory & Psychology
  • A usual way of thinking about the relationship between personal construct psychology (PCP) and social constructionism (SC) is treating them as two separate entities that are similar in some aspects, but also very different in others. This paper aims at exploring some of the possible implications of reframing the relationship between PCP and SC. I point to two important implications: treating PCP as a discourse and adding a new metaphor of the person. Finally, I argue that the invitation to… CONTINUE READING
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