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Practical Construction In twentieth century psychology the practical implications of psychological discourse have not disappeared, but the practical aspect of the discipline now involves much more than a by-product of what was essentially thought-work. The practical aspect has assumed primary importance in the construction of psychological objects. There is a new group of psychological specialists who are in the main defined by their activity of constructing psychological objects through direct practical intervention.
Moreover, these interests and ideologies were not just those of the psychologists who were directly involved. For in their efforts at establishing, legitimizing, and expanding their sector of the knowledge industry, psychologists, like others in a similar position (Latour, 1987), were obliged to enter into alliances with established centers of social power, and thus to ensure broad conformity of their own practices with the requirements of their allies. The specific social alliances of psychologists varied from country to country and from one historical period to another, and this is reflected in the variety of psychological objects produced in different places at different times.
The persons who, voluntarily or under duress, play the part assigned to them by psychologists in situations constituted by psychologists, have become members of a category of persons that has no members outside these situations. This does not mean that there are no relationships between psychological objects and other objects in the world, but the nature of these relationships obviously cannot be discovered by psychological investigation because they cannot be concerned with anything but psychological objects.