Utdrag ur det första kapitlet i min doktorsavhandling "Män möter mödravård: om betydelsen av 'vi' i mötet med mödrahälsovård, förlossningsvård och BB-vård".
It seems incontestable that the key difficulty facing psychology ever since it chose to become a science is that of being able to treat in an adequate manner the phenomena of human reality. The great division in psychology's perennial debate on this matter is between those who make a commitment to science first, and then … Fortsätt läsa The key difficulty facing psychology
Psychology is not only the study of human thinking, feeling, acting, and interacting: it has itself – like the other human sciences – brought into being new ways of thinking, feeling, acting, and interacting. We ordinary people whom the psychologist studies have turned out to be not quite the same ordinary people that we were … Fortsätt läsa How psychology makes itself true – or false
Progress in science is won by the application of an informed imagination to a problem of genuine consequence; not by the habitual application of some formulaic mode of inquiry to a set of quasi-problems chosen chiefly because of their compatibility with the adopted method. Daniel N. Robinson, "Paradigms and 'the Myth of Framework'", Theory & … Fortsätt läsa How Science Progresses