Psychology as Social Science
Speaker(s): Professor Nikolas Rose
Chair: Dr Derek Hook
Recorded on 5 February 2007 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House.
This talk considers what it means to approach psychology as a 'social' science in a specific sense - that is to say it sketches out an approach to the analysis of the part that psychology - its languages, techniques, forms of expertise, self-technologies - played across the twentieth century in the development of social-welfare rationalities and technologies of government. Copyright (c)