Based on a collection of chapters of leading scholars in the field, the purpose of this book is to intervene in current debates on the scientific foundation of psychological theory, methodology and research practice, and to offer an in-depth, situated and contextual understanding of psychological generalization. This book aims to contribute to a theoretical and methodological vocabulary which includes the subjective dimension of human life in psychological inquiry, and roots processes of generalization in persons’ common, social, cultural and material practices of everyday living.
Højholt, C., & Schraube, E. (Eds.) (2019). Subjectivity and knowledge: Generalization in the psychological study of everyday life. Springer. Theory and history in the human and social sciences https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29977-4