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The Conceptual Structure of Social Disputes – Cognitive-Affective Maps

We describe and illustrate a new method of graphically diagramming disputants’ points of view called cognitive affective mapping. The products of this method — cognitive-affective maps (CAMs) — represent an individual’s concepts and beliefs about a particular subject, such as … Continue reading

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The Development of Cognition, Emotion, Imagination and Creativity

Read This dissertation makes a number of inter-related arguments that, at an abstract level, converge on the methodological project of challenging the divide between method and object in conventional social science.  The three constituent claims that merge to create this … Continue reading

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