Social Psychology in the Soviet Union: Some Comments
There are three kinds of writers of news in our generation. In inverse order of wordly consideration they are: (1) the reporter who writes what he sees; (2) the interpretive reporter who writes what he sees and what he construes to be its meaning; and (3) the expert, who writes what he construes to be the meaning of what he hasn’t seen (Liebling, 1961, p. 225).
KeywordsSocial Psychology Political Ideology Dominant Focus Soviet Psychology American Social Scientist
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