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Title Addiction, behavioural change and social identity : the path to resilience and recovery / edited by Sarah A. Buckingham and David Best
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
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Contents 1. Introducing addiction, behavioural change and social identity / Sarah A. Buckingham and David Best -- 2. Applying the social identity approach in clinical and health domains : key principles and insights / S. Alexander Haslam [and others] -- 3. Addiction recovery, mutual-help organizations and social identity / John F. Kelly, Brandon G. Bergman and Corrie L. Vilsaint -- 4. Using social identity to promote health : the impact of group memberships on health in the context of obesity / Claire Farrow, Mark Tarrant and Sammyh Khan -- 5. Group identification and addictive health behaviours in adolescents / Kirsty Miller, Juliet R.H. Wakefield and Fabio Sani -- 6. Addiction to crime and a social identity of recovery / Jacqueline Malton -- The associative reflective model of social identification (ARMS) : with a particular emphasis upon addiction, behavioural change and social identity / Sarah A. Buckingham -- 8. Developing the social identitiy model of cessation maintenance : theory, evidence and implication / Daniel Frings and Ian P. Albery -- 9. Online support communities in addiction recovery : capturing social interaction and identity change through analyses of online communication / Ana-Maria Bliuc [and others] -- 10. Social identity mapping : measuring social identity change in recovery from addiction / Catherine Haslam [and others] -- 11. Building bridges to positive social identities : the Social Network Diagram and opiate substitution treatment / Edward Day -- 12. Addiction, behavioural change and social identity : overview and concluding comments / David Best and Sarah A. Buckingham
Summary "Explores the social and cognitive processes that enable people who become part of recovery groups to address their addictive issues. In an era of increasing concern at the long-term costs of chronic ill-health, the potential to leverage group identity to inspire resilience and recovery offers a timely and practical response. Examines the theoretical foundations to a social identity approach in addressing behavior change across a range of contexts, including alcohol addiction, obesity and crime, while also examining topics such as the use of online forums to foster recovery."--Publisher description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Sarah A. Buckingham is a Freelance Researcher. Previously Sarah has worked as an integrative psychotherapist in the NHS and as a Froebel trained primary school teacher. She is also a practising artist. David Best is Professor of Criminology and Head of Research in the Department of Law and Criminology at Sheffield Hallam University, UK and is Associate Professor at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia
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Subject Addicts -- Rehabilitation.
Behavior modification.
Compulsive behavior.
Group identity.
Recovering addicts.
Compulsive Behavior.
Addicts -- Rehabilitation.
Behavior modification.
Compulsive behavior.
Group identity.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare.
PSYCHOLOGY / Applied Psychology
PSYCHOLOGY / General
Recovering addicts.
Form Electronic book
Author Best, David (Lecturer in addictions), editor.
Buckingham, Sarah A., editor.
ISBN 1315678209
1317390466
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9781315678207
9781317390466
9781317390473
9781317390480