Sandra Jovchelovitch is Head of the Institute of Social Psychology at the London School of Economics, where she also directs the Masters Programme in Social and Cultural Psychology. Her research interests are in the social psychology of community and public spheres, the making of belief systems, and inter-cultural dialogue. Her new book “Knowledge in Context: Representations, community and culture”, about the impact of socio-cultural contexts on the development of knowledge, is out now with Routledge.

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01 October 2007
I have been living in Britain for 16 years and during this period have acquired that kind of outsider/insider...