- Steve Duck - The University of Iowa, USA, Rhetoric Dept, USA, University of Iowa, USA
Social Psychology (General)
Thoroughly updated, with new chapters on: relating difficulty; "small media" technology and relationships, and practical applications, the Fourth Edition offers a fully up-to-date and authoritative review of the field.
Gives a good general overview from a social psychology perspective in case students are in interested.
A good resourse to give further insight into the module, building effective relationships
Chose another text by author, more comprehensive and contemporary.
I ordered this book after running a search on the site for 'organisational psychology'. While the book itself is very interesting, providing nice everyday-life examples on complex issues, it is not suitable as a text for organisational psychology students. It may be more suited to a general psychology course, in particular on human relationships. While influenced by organisational psychology, it is not actually on the topic of organisatinoal psychology. It has, nonetheless, provided a number of helpful examples in preparing the course, in particular the section on relationships in the workplace.
This is a good text explaining sophisticated ideas in a easy to understand way