This book is a new conceptualisation of how the quest for a high value for ourselves works as a psycho-social dynamic.
It breaks new ground in offering a theory that throws light on human behaviour, drawing attention to human devaluation at an inter-personal level and in social protest.
It arises from client observation as well as social research and promotes an innovative approach to psychological support services for those who are isolated.
The pursuit of a high value has been a neglected or an understudied aspect of human action, usually subsumed under other headings.
This book provides notes and gives an account of what it means to base a whole psychological perspective on high value.