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eBook Freud and Modern Society: An Outline and Analysis of Freud's Sociology download ISBN: 0841903654
Author: Robert Bocock
Publisher: Holmes & Meier Pub; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (June 1, 1978)
Language: English
Pages: 200
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Category: Biography
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Xv, 200 pages ; 22 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 189-194) and index

Xv, 200 pages ; 22 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 189-194) and index. Freud's basic ideas - Sociology and psychological perspectives - Society and character - Group and the primal horde - Archaic heritage - Instincts and society - Freud and early sociological theory - Freud and recent sociological theory: the frankfurt school - Summary and conclusion.

Freud And Modern Society book. Freud And Modern Society: An Outline And Analysis Of Freud's Sociology. by Ronald Fletcher To devote a volume to Freud in a series on 'The Making of Sociology' might seem, to some readers, very strange.

Freud, they might argue, was not only (and very explicitly) a psychologist, but also (and equally explicitly) a clinical psychologist, whose most immediate preoccupation was that of trying to cure the mental illnesses of his patients. Furthermore, he was a psychologist who insisted on relating his theories as closely as possible to biological and physiological facts. All this, of course, is true.

Freud and Modern Society:. has been added to your Cart. Series: Making of Sociology.

I Freud's Basic Ideas Freud's Background The Unconscious A Sociology of the Unconscious. lZ Sociology and Psychological Perspectives Psychoanalysis as Part of Social Science Psychoanalytic Therapy as Communication Sociology and Psychoanalysis. 3 Society and Character Infant Sexuality The Oedipus Complex The Development of the Super-ego Talcott Parsons's Use of Psychoanalysis.

Freud and Modern Society : An outline and analysis of Freud's sociology. Open University Set Book.

an outline and analysis of Freud's sociology. by Robert Bocock People. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939). Published 1976 by Nelson in Sunbury-on-Thames. Psychoanalysis, Sociology. Bibliography: p. -194. The Making of sociology series.

By Ronald Fletcher To devote a volume to Freud in a series on 'The Making of Sociology' might seem, to some readers, very strange. Freud, they might argue, was not only (and very explicitly) a psychologist, but also (and equally explicitly) a clinical psychologist, whose most immediate preoccupation was that of trying to cure the mental illnesses of his patients.

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Freud and modern society : an outline and analysis of Freud's sociology, Robert Bocock. An autobiographical study, Sigmund Freud ; authorized translation by James Strachey. Find in other libraries.