Belief, magic, and anomie : essays in psychosocial anthropology.


New York : Free Press, [1969] .

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Subjects Anthropology, Cultural -- Essays.
Antropologie.
Psychoanalyse.
Psychology, Social -- Essays.
Psychosociale aspecten.
Social psychiatry.
Sozialanthropologie.
Description xvi, 374 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents pt. 1. Family dynamics: Is the Oedipus complex universal? The Jones-Malinowski debate revisited -- Paternal and maternal authority in the Neapolitan family -- Family dynamics in South Italian schizophrenics -- part 2. Social aspects of mental illness: Psychiatric hospitalization, social class, and immigrant status -- Specific patterns of Italian-American life -- Some comparative observations on ward social structure: Southern Italy, England, and the United States -- part 3. Cultural themes in expressive symbolism: Expressive symbolism in witchcraft and delusion: a comparative study -- Abstract and concrete images in paranoid delusions: a comparison of American and South Italian patients -- A schizophrenic episode in a Neapolitan slum -- part 4. Religion and social change: The Pentecostal immigrants, I: a study of an ethnic central city church -- The Pentecostal immigrants, II: ritual and culture conflict -- Dark Puritan -- part 5. Social aspects of psychoanalysis: Diffusion of psychoanalytic concepts -- Cultural barriers to insight and the structural reality of transference -- On psychoanalytic training for research purposes.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4074
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Parsons, Anne, 1930-1964.
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