Review: Noelie Rodrlguez & Alan Ryave (2002). Systematic Self­ Observation

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Abstract

This book systematizes 13 years of work by the two authors who debate their achieve­ments and the objections to their method, Systematic Self-Observation (SSO). They introduce SSO as a valid and reliable approach to the study of intra-psychic processes that accompany various experiences of everyday lite (e.g. telling lies, passing rumors) which would otherwise go unnoted. The authors introduce a brief review of work concerning the self-observation technique, point out the differences between their method and other similar ones, and provide a detailed description of how to implement this technique in research. The book is supplemented by a series of research abstracts that allow the reader to view the kind of results that may be achieved, and a description of the application of SSO in other areas, including pedagogy and psychotherapy. lt is a very interesting book for anybody who wants to explore new ways of understanding the thoughts and feelings that accompany our daily social behavior.
Original languageAmerican English
Article number53
Number of pages6
JournalForum:Qualitative Social Research
Volume3
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 2002

Keywords

  • Self observation

Ulima Repository Category

  • Psicología / Psicología social

Ulima Repository Subject

  • Self observation

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