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Psychoanalysis : its image and its public

Author: Serge Moscovici
Publisher: Cambridge, UK : Polity, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Serge Moscovici
ISBN: 9780745632681 0745632688 9780745632698 0745632696
OCLC Number: 862085564
Language Note: Translated from the French.
Notes: Trad. de : La psychanalyse, son image et son public.
"This is a translation of 2nd edition of 1976, itself a substantial revision of the original edition of 1961"--Page xi.
Description: xxxviii, 384 p. : fig., graph., tabl. ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Gerard Duveen --
Foreword / Daniel Lagache --
pt. I. Social Representation of Psychoanalysis: Findings of Survey and Theoretical Analysis --
1. Social Representation: A Lost Concept --
2. Psychoanalysis as She is Spoken --
3. Ideas That Become Common-sense Objects --
4. 'Homo Psychanalyticus' --
5. Marginal Hero --
6. Psychoanalysis of Everyday Life --
7. Freud for All Seasons --
8. Ideologies and their Discontents --
9. On Jargon in General and Franco-analytic Jargon in Particular --
10. Natural Thought: Observations Made in the Course of the Interviews --
pt. II. Psychoanalysis in the French Press Content Analysis and Analysis of Systems of Communication --
11. Press: An Overview --
12. Diffusion of Psychoanalysis --
13. Encounter between Religious Dogma and Psychoanalytic Principles --
14. Communist Party meets a Science that is very Popular and Non-Marxist --
15. Psychosociological Analysis of Propaganda --
Fifteen Years Later --
16. Hypothesis.
Other Titles: Psychanalyse, son image et son public.
Responsibility: Serge Moscovici ; translated by David Macey ; edited with an introduction by Gerard Duveen.

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