Ompare and contrast cognitive social psychology and discursive psychology in

I have attached the two chapters of the book mentioned in the instructions given to me below. The tutor prefers us to use this book for most of the references and cite the references used in the chapters, however I would like to add a few other references just to give it a more balanced feel.

This essay focuses on relations between groups using material from Book 1,
Chapter 6, Book 2, Chapter 6, and DVD 1. It has a slightly narrower focus than
Option A in directing your attention to the topic of prejudice and intergroup
conflict. It gives you the opportunity to develop your critical skills in comparing
and contrasting the cognitive social and discursive psychological perspectives which
you will find discussed in detail in Block 5.
You will need to think about the main points of contrast between these
perspectives in relation to the study of prejudice and intergroup conflict. You may
wish to include some general points of comparison but be careful not to spend too
long on these general comparisons; keep focused on the topic of prejudice and
intergroup conflict. It would be helpful to include some examples of research to
illustrate your arguments. You will find a discussion of both theoretical
perspectives contained in Book 1, Chapter 6 and the two excerpts included in
Book 2, Chapter 6 take up these different perspectives. Be sure to also read Block 5
of the Course Guide.
As for Option A, it is also important to show that you understand the distinctions
within the perspectives, particularly the cognitive social perspective, where there are
a number of different strands of research into prejudice and conflict. You may also
like to think about the implications of the perspectives for tackling and reducing
prejudice and conflict. Once again, be careful not to spend too long discussing
strategies for dealing with prejudice  keep focused on the title!
In comparing and contrasting the perspectives, you should also consider the extent
to which they can be seen as complementary or contradictory. Is it possible to
combine elements of these perspectives or are there areas of fundamental
disagreement which would make this impossible? Perhaps they are addressing such
different concerns that it is not possible to bring them together?
As with Option A, you are also required to make reference to at least one of the
interrogative themes (power relations, situated knowledges, individual society
dualism, agency structure dualism). You may wish to go back to Book 1,
Chapter 1 where these themes are first introduced, and to the beginning of DVD 1
where you will find further discussion of the themes. There are a number of
different ways in which you can draw on the themes and you will find some
illustrative discussion of the themes in relation to group processes in Block 5 of the
Course Guide.
What you are being assessed on in TMA 04
In TMA 04 you are being assessed on the following:
. your knowledge and understanding of different theoretical approaches to the
social psychological study of group processes
. your ability to draw out comparisons between the cognitive social and discursive
psychological perspectives, and to recognise distinctions within these
perspectives
. your ability to use research evidence in an appropriate way to support your
arguments
. your knowledge of at least one of the interrogative themes and ability to
illustrate its relevance to your discussion
. your ability to apply the course materials to specific questions
. your ability to write a clear, well-structured essay which is appropriately
referenced.