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PSYC 2310Lecture 18 Thursday March 27 2014Discursive psychologythe power of languageoLanguage not only describes but also actively construct the worldIn psychology oUse language to describe the state of affairsoDescribing things as they areMontreal student protests oIn regards to the raises in tuition costsoCovered in the media Protests moral cause for action vs riots random irresponsible form of violent actionoThe Globe and MailProtest demonstration rallyoThe Toronto SunUnrest anarchy riotoWording demonstrates whether actions are perceived as legitimate oLanguage used to describe something we are not portraying a neutral pictureDiscourse and Social PsychologyoBeyond attitudes and behaviouroOpposed to cognitivismoProblems with received view of language as representationdescriptionSimple reference to real objectsSimple expression of inner realityoArgue that language is performative oNo disinterested accounts of eventsoExfeel angryNot only expressing feeling but wanting something to come out of the expression
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