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Siblings : sex and violence

Author: Juliet Mitchell
Publisher: Oxford : Polity, 2003.
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Siblings and all the lateral relationships that follow from them are clearly important and their interaction is widely observed, particularly in creative literature. Yet in the social, psychological  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Juliet Mitchell
ISBN: 0745632203 9780745632209 0745632211 9780745632216
OCLC Number: 249359045
Notes: Siblings and psychoanalysis : an overview -- Did Oedipus have a sister? -- Sister-brother/brother-sister incest -- Looking sideways : a child is being beaten -- The difference between gender and sexual difference -- Who's been sitting in my chair? -- Attachment and maternal deprivation : how did John Bowlby miss the siblings? -- In our own time : sexuality, psychoanalysis and social change -- Siblings and the engendering of gender.
Description: xvi, 252 Seiten : Illustrationen ; 23 cm
Contents: List of Illustrations. Preface. Acknowledgements. 1 Siblings and Psychoanalysis: an Overview. 2 Did Oedipus have a Sister?. 3 Sister--Brother/Brother--Sister Incest. 4 Looking Sideways: 'A Child is being Beaten'. 5 The Difference between Gender and Sexual Difference. 6 Who's Been Sitting in My Chair?. 7 Attachment and Maternal Deprivation: How did John Bowlby Miss the Siblings?. 8 In our Own Times: Sexuality, Psychoanalysis and Social Change. 9 Conclusion: Siblings and the Engendering of Gender. Notes. References and Select Bibliography. Index
Responsibility: Juliet Mitchell.


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