Social structure and personality.

[New York] Free Press of Glencoe [1964] .

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Subjects Culture.
Individu en samenleving.
Personalidad y cultura.
Personality and culture.
PersonnaliteĢ et culture.
Social structure.
Description 376 pages diagram 22 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes "Bibliography of Talcott Parson": pages 359-370. Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents The superego and the theory of social systems -- The father symbol : an appraisal in the light of psychoanalytic and sociological theory -- The incest taboo in relation to social structure and the socialization of the child -- Social structure and the development of personality : Freud's contribution to the integration of psychology and sociology -- Some reflections on the problem of psychosomatic relationships in health and illness -- The school class as a social system : some of its functions in American society -- Youth in the context of American society -- The link between character and society / with Winston White -- Toward a healthy maturity -- Definitions of health and illness in the light of American values and social structure -- Mental illness and "spiritual malaise" : the role of the psychiatrist and of the minister of religion -- Some theoretical considerations bearing on the field of medical sociology.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)343356
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WorldCat Identities Parsons, Talcott, 1902-1979.
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