The Father

Covering these issues from historical, sociological and psychological points of view, this revised edition of The Father includes a complete reworking of the final part of the book, focusing on the condition of the father in today's ...

The Father

The Father

Revised edition of the author's The father, 2001.

The Father

Historical, Psychological, and Cultural Perspectives Luigi Zoja. Historical , Psychological and Cultural Perspectives LUIGI ZOJA Translated by Henry Martin Countless children throughout the world grow up without fathers .

The Father

The Father

Argues that the father's role in bringing up children is a social construction that has been subject to change throughout history, it looks at the consequences of this along with the crisis facing parenthood today.

An International Psychology of Men

The wounded woman: Healing the father–daughter relationship. Athens, Ohio: Swallow Press. ... The origins and history of consciousness (R. F. C. Hull, Trans). ... The father: Historical, psychological, and cultural perspectives.

An International Psychology of Men

An International Psychology of Men

This text is the first to provide a contextual understanding of the clinical issues that affect men and masculinity across a wide range of cultural and national settings. It demonstrates that gender can no longer be viewed as an isolated characteristic; in an era of increased globalization, mental health professionals need to take ethnic and cultural issues into account to provide adequate care for male patients. Numerous international perspectives are offered by the contributing authors, authorities from countries such as Australia, Argentina, Denmark, Canada, India, Ireland, and South Africa, on theoretical and clinical innovations for working with men. Their chapters also offer insight into the socio-cultural contexts for counseling men in and from their respective countries by exploring the ways in which "being a man" is socially defined, what unique challenges men face, and how these challenges can be negotiated within their specific cultural settings. Topics addressed will include boyhood notions of manhood, relationship concerns and power, fatherhood, and men’s body image across the life span. This text will ultimately enable mental health practitioners to have a better understanding of how to work more effectively with male clients.

Small Screen Big Feels

Television and Cultural Anxiety in the Twenty-First Century Melissa Ames. Donald Trump's tweets. 129. Alison Dagnes, A Conservative Walks into a ... Luigi Zoja, The Father: Historical, Psychological and Cultural Perspectives, trans.

Small Screen  Big Feels

Small Screen Big Feels

While television has always played a role in recording and curating history, shaping cultural memory, and influencing public sentiment, the changing nature of the medium in the post-network era finds viewers experiencing and participating in this process in new ways. They skim through commercials, live tweet press conferences and award shows, and tune into reality shows to escape reality. This new era, defined by the heightened anxiety and fear ushered in by 9/11, has been documented by our media consumption, production, and reaction. In Small Screen, Big Feels, Melissa Ames asserts that TV has been instrumental in cultivating a shared memory of emotionally charged events unfolding in the United States since September 11, 2001. She analyzes specific shows and genres to illustrate the ways in which cultural fears are embedded into our entertainment in series such as The Walking Dead and Lost or critiqued through programs like The Daily Show. In the final section of the book, Ames provides three audience studies that showcase how viewers consume and circulate emotions in the post-network era: analyses of live tweets from Shonda Rhimes's drama, How to Get Away with Murder (2010–2020), ABC's reality franchises, The Bachelor (2002–present) and The Bachelorette (2003–present), and political coverage of the 2016 Presidential Debates. Though film has been closely studied through the lens of affect theory, little research has been done to apply the same methods to television. Engaging an impressively wide range of texts, genres, media, and formats, Ames offers a trenchant analysis of how televisual programming in the United States responded to and reinforced a cultural climate grounded in fear and anxiety.

Cultural Complexes in China Japan Korea and Taiwan

51 Bessel van der Kolk, Lars Weisaeth, and Onno van der Hart, “History of Trauma in Psychiatry,” in Bessel van ... 62 Luigi Zoja, The Father: Historical, Psychological and Cultural Perspectives (London: BrunnerRoutledge, 2001), p.106.

Cultural Complexes in China  Japan  Korea  and Taiwan

Cultural Complexes in China Japan Korea and Taiwan

Thomas Singer presents a unique collection which examines cultural complexes in four parts of East Asia: China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. From ancestor worship in China to the "kimchi bitch" meme of South Korea, the wounded feminine in Taiwan and hikikomori in Japan, the contributors take a Jungian lens to aspects of culture and shine a light on themes including gender, archetypes, consciousness, social roles, and political relations. This insightful and timely book will be essential reading for academics and students of Jungian and post-Jungian ideas, politics, sociology, and Asian studies. It will also be of great interest to Jungian analysts in practice and in training.

Energies and Patterns in Psychological Type

Leaving my father's house: A journey to conscious femininity. Boston, MA: Shambhala. Woolf, V. (1989). A room of one's own. New York: Harvest. Zoja, L. (2001). The father: Historical, psychological, and cultural perspectives.

Energies and Patterns in Psychological Type

Energies and Patterns in Psychological Type

This book encapsulates John Beebe’s influential work on the analytical psychology of consciousness. Building on C. G. Jung’s theory of psychological types and on subsequent clarifications by Marie-Louise von Franz and Isabel Briggs Myers, Beebe demonstrates the bond between the eight types of consciousness Jung named and the archetypal complexes that impart energy and purpose to our emotions, fantasies, and dreams. For this collection, Beebe has revised and updated his most influential and significant previously published papers and has introduced, in a brand new chapter, a surprising theory of type and culture. Beebe’s model enables readers to take what they already know about psychological types and apply it to depth psychology. The insights contained in the fifteen chapters of this book will be especially valuable for Jungian psychotherapists, post-Jungian academics and scholars, psychological type practitioners, and type enthusiasts.

Chinese Fatherhood Gender and Family

Father Mission Mario Liong. Wong, Pik-wan. 2000. ... Fathers and Teenage Daughters in Shanghai: Intimacy, Gender and Care. Journal of Family Studies 20(3): 311–322. ... The Father: Historical, Psychological, and Cultural Perspectives.

Chinese Fatherhood  Gender and Family

Chinese Fatherhood Gender and Family

This book is about how Chinese men make sense of and practise fatherhood within the context of changing gender conventions and socio-cultural conditions. Liong analyses data from participant observations at a men's centre, focus groups, and in-depth interviews, to assess the subjective experience and identities of Chinese fathers in Hong Kong, from a gender perspective. His findings show that economic provision, education, and marriage are the three "natural" and "normal" domains of paternity. Not being able to fulfil these requirements is a threat to fathers' masculinity, yet is also an opportunity for fathers to reflect upon these accepted conventions. In order to compensate, these men typically develop a closer and more caring relationship with their children, however these fathers still struggle with feelings of inferiority.

The Fantasy Principle

Addendum Luigi Zoja has recently published an impressive Jungian book entitled The Father: Historical, Psychological and Cultural Perspectives. Western civilization, he says, “at least unconsciously, remains patriarchal.

The Fantasy Principle

The Fantasy Principle

Contemporary psychoanalysis needs less reality and more fantasy; what Michael Vannoy Adams calls the 'fantasy principle'. The Fantasy Principle radically affirms the centrality of imagination. It challenges us to exercise and explore the imagination, shows us how to value vitally important images that emerge from the unconscious, how to evoke such images, and how to engage them decisively. It shows us how to apply Jungian techniques to interpret images accurately and to experience images immediately and intimately through what Jung calls 'active imagination'. The Fantasy Principle makes a strong case for a new school of psychoanalysis - the school of 'imaginal psychology' - which emphasizes the transformative impact of images. All those who desire to give individuals an opportunity to become more imaginative will find this book fascinating reading.

Mothers as Keepers and Tellers of Origin Stories

... Psychological and Cultural Perspectives, Luigi Zoja, suggests the following: “It has been said that the father is becoming a luxury. His traditional psychological functions are exercised to an ever slighter degree.

Mothers as Keepers and Tellers of Origin Stories

Mothers as Keepers and Tellers of Origin Stories

This collection presents diverse critical perspectives and discussion about the keeping or telling of children’s originstories as a part of contemporary mothering labor. The first two sections outline perspectives from mother authors about how they strategically craft complex origin stories for their child(ren), as well as how the telling and retelling of origin stories may be passed on as generational knowledge. The third section discusses mothering and origin stories from multiple perspectives: that of a father by adoption, of single mothers positioning stories of absent fathers, and a multi-perspective chapter that includes a mother by adoption, her adult child, and her child’s birthmother.

Fathers and Sons at the Abbey Theatre 1904 1938

A New Perspective on the Study of Irish Drama Fabio Luppi. Watson, George J. 1994. ... Lanham: Scarecrow Press. Zoja, Luigi. 2001. The Father. Historical, Psychological and Cultural Perspectives. Hove: Brunner-Routledge. Bibliography 219.

Fathers and Sons at the Abbey Theatre  1904 1938

Fathers and Sons at the Abbey Theatre 1904 1938

Fathers and Sons at the Abbey Theatre demonstrates how the literary archetype of the clash between fathers and sons and the subsequent depiction of anti-oedipal figures become a major concern for the playwrights writing in a specific and crucial moment of Irish history (1904-1938). The father can be conceived both as a historical / political metaphor as well as a real father in a specific historical and social context. The classical models employed as theoretical tools to nuance the argument--Laius and Oedipus, Ulysses and Telemachus, Aeneas and Anchises, Priam and Hector, Hector and Astyanax--are challenged by the Christian example of Abraham and Isaac, subversively adjusted by Yeats to provide a tragic reading of post-colonial Ireland. All of these pairings provide archetypes for the understanding of complex personal and familial dynamics. The book takes into consideration not only the most famous figures of the Irish National Theatre--as W.B. Yeats, J.M. Synge, Augusta Gregory, and Sean O?Casey?but also overlooked authors such as T.C. Murray, Padraic Colum, Paul Vincent Carroll, Lennox Robinson, Denis Johnston, George Shiels, St. John Ervine, Teresa Deevy. Many commentators have written about the playwrights of the Abbey Theatre, mainly focusing on politics, social classes, Irish identity, cultural issues, and linguistic aspects: no thorough analysis of the clash between generations has been published so far. Those who have tackled the issue have devoted their attention to a single author, or to a single aspect; this study aims to demonstrate that the repeated occurrence of anti-oedipal figures and of the archetype of the clash between fathers and sons?a clear manifestation of the need of emancipation from oppressive authorities and of change in Irish society?must be read as a common phenomenon and as a shared concern. The book is written for people interested in Irish studies, post-colonial studies, and theatre studies.

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