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After words : the personal in gender, culture, and psychotherapy

Author: Stephen Frosh
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave, 2002.
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"In this book, which draws on some of Stephen Frosh's most innovative work, the question of how to understand the 'personal' in contemporary social life is explored through three themes: 'troubled masculinities'; 'postmodernism and family therapy'; and 'beyond discourse'. The studies making up the book centre on the task of constructing theories which are genuinely 'psychosocial' in the sense of dealing with  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case Reports
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Frosh
ISBN: 0333963571 9780333963579 033396358X 9780333963586
OCLC Number: 48754150
Description: viii, 168 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: Towards a Psychology of Hinting --
Troubled Masculinities --
Fathers' Ambivalence (Too) --
Screaming under the Bridge: Masculinity, Rationality and Psychotherapy --
Racism, Racialised Identities and the Psychoanalytic Other --
Postmodernism and Family Therapy --
The Semantics of Therapeutic Change --
Postmodernism versus Psychotherapy --
Postmodern Narratives, or Muddles in the Mind --
Fundamentalism, Gender and Family Therapy --
Beyond Discourse --
What is Outside Discourse? --
Things That Can't Be Said: Psychoanalysis and the Limits of Language.
Responsibility: Stephen Frosh.
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'Stephen Frosh...writes superbly well about the modern love of rationality, with its reputation being infinitely superior (and masculine) to that of emotion: the feminine, the out-of-control.' - Read more...

 
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