Breakwell, Glynis M(arie)

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BREAKWELL, Glynis M(arie)

BREAKWELL, Glynis M(arie). British, b. 1952. Genres: Psychology, Social sciences, Sociology. Career: University of Bradford, lecturer in social psychology, 1976-78; University of Surrey, Guildford, lecturer in social psychology, 1981-87, Manor Hall, warden, 1981-83, senior lecturer in psychology, 1987-88, reader, 1988-91, head of department of psychology, 1990-95, professor of psychology, beginning 1991, pro-vice-chancellor, beginning 1994, head of School of Human Sciences, beginning 1997; University of Bath, vice-chancellor. Prize Fellow in Social Psychology, Nuffield College, 1978-81, and Tutor in External Studies, 1978-85, Oxford University. Publications: (with C. Rowett) Social Work, 1982; The Quiet Rebel: Women at Work in a Man's World, 1985; Coping with Threatened Identities, 1986; Facing Physical Violence, 1989; Interviewing, 1990; (with C. Rowett) Managing Violence at Work, 1992; (with others) Careers and Identities, 1992; (with L. Millward) Basic Evaluation Methods, 1995; Coping with Aggressive Behaviour, 1997. EDITOR: (with H. Foot and R. Gilmour) Social Psychology, 1982; Threatened Identities, 1983; (with H. Foot and R. Gilmour) Doing Social Psychology, 1987; (and co-author) Social Psychology of Political and Economic Cognition, 1991; (and co-author) Social Psychology of Identity and the Self Concept, 1992; (and author with Canter) Empirical Approaches to Social Representations, 1993; (with S. Hammond and C. Fife-Schaw) Research Methods in Psychology, 1994, 2nd ed., 2000; (with E. Lyons) Changing European Identities, 1996. Address: Vice-Chancellor, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY, England. Online address: [email protected]