Distinguished researchers and theoreticians explore the potential of Personal Construct Psychology (PCP) for integrating understandings of how society and culture are constructed and construed. They touch on the philosophical underpinnings of personal
construct theory, as well as on empirical evidence of the construction of culture and construals in politics, kinship groups, friendship networks, and formal organizations. This book pioneers the presentation of a wide range of materials, all of which illustrate new and unorthodox interpretations and applications of theory and research based on PCP. Scholars within this field will find these materials invaluable. This book will be of particular interest to psychologists and psychotherapists,
as well as graduate students in psychology, sociology, management, communication, and education.