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PINS 46 - Special issue: PINS @ 30


Editorial: PINS @ 30

Grahame Hayes

Relevance and all that: PINS at 30


Coming out within: Qualitative inquiry in Psychology

Jill Bradbury

Musings and memories: 30 years of Psychology in society

Don Foster

The story of sociality: PINS (Psychology in society) at 30

Grahame Hayes

Antagonism, social critique and the “violent reverie”

Derek Hook

Psychology in society? Addressing the academic / activist divide and the “magical boundary” of the academy

Peace Kiguwa

PINS at 30

Gerhard Maré

For a permanent critique of Psychology: Reimagining Psychology in society

Desmond Painter

Psychology intersecting what?

Ian Parker

Psychology in society (PINS) and traditions: Back towards a critical African psychology

Kopano Ratele

How we learned to stop worrying and work with government

Ashley van Niekerk, Kopano Ratele, Mohamed Seedat & Shahnaaz Suffla


The performativity of non-racialism and a culture of complaint

Mashele, Prince (2011) The death of our society. Pretoria: CPR Press. ISBN 978-0-620-50196-5 pbk. Pages 153
Derek Hook

From Azania to the new South Africa: Thinking with Neville Alexander

Alexander, Neville (2013) Thoughts on the New South Africa. Johannesburg: Jacana. ISBN 978-1431405862. 232 Pages
Desmond Painter

Knowledge and knowing in South Africa: Making a case for the social sciences and the humanities

Jacklin, Heather & Vale, Peter (eds) (2009) Re-imagining the social in South Africa: Critique, theory and post-apartheid society. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press. ISBN 978-1-86914-179-0 pbk. Pages viii + 308
Tracy Morison

In the present looking back and imagining a future that could be

Stevens, Garth, Duncan, Norman & Hook, Derek (eds) (2013) Race, memory and the Apartheid Archive: Towards a transformative psychosocial praxis. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-137-26389-6 hbk. Pages xviii + 368. Johannesburg: Wits University Press. ISBN 978-1-86814-756-4 pbk. 320 Pages
Puleng Segalo

Some old problems with the new guidance on counselling people of African ancestry

Mpofu, Elias (ed) (2011) Counseling people of African ancestry. New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-88722-9 hbk. Pages xix + 332.
Charles Young

Chewing the fat: Feminist analyses of neo-liberal discourses on obesity

Tischner, I (2013) Fat Lives: A feminist psychological exploration. (Women and Psychology series.) London & New York: Routledge. ISBN: 978-0-415-68094-3 pbk. Pages ix + 166
Jude Clark