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    Knowing and not knowing: implicatory denial and defence mechanisms in response to human rights abuses

    Seu, Irene Bruna (2015) Knowing and not knowing: implicatory denial and defence mechanisms in response to human rights abuses. In: Frosh, Stephen (ed.) Psychosocial Imaginaries: Perspectives on Temporality, Subjectivities and Activism. Studies In The Psychosocial. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 179-199. ISBN 9781137388179.

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    Book synopsis: Psychosocial Imaginaries collects together essays by members of the Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck, University of London, one of the key sites for the development of psychosocial studies in the UK. Psychosocial studies is a new and exciting area of work that challenges the traditions of psychology and sociology from a genuinely transdisciplinary perspective. This book reflects this agenda in its very varied theoretical and empirical strands, producing a newly contextualised and restless body of understanding of how 'psychic' and 'social' processes intertwine.

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