Social and Cultural Issues

SOCIAL & CULTURAL ISSUES

ABRAMOVITCH, H & KIRMAYER, L (2003)
Co-edition and Article:THE RELEVANCE OF JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY FOR CULTURAL PSYCHIATRY. TRANSCULTURAL PSYCHIATRY v.40 (2)
Dept. of Behavioral Science. Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Avivi University, Israel.
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ABRAMOVITCH, HENRY (2003)
Research Projects: PERSONAL AND ARCHETYPAL DYNAMICS OF BROTHERS AND SISTERS; HOME, HOMELEAVING & HOMECOMING; DREAMS IN CULTURAL CONTEXTS; DEATH IN CULTURAL CONTEXTS.
Israel Institute of Jungian Psychology.
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MILLER,BARBARA (2002)
Research theme: ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH ON THE SAMI (better known as Lapps) in Finnmark (Northern Province of Norway). The topic is the Sami cultural environment after 1950, with shamanism (female) as particular emphasis.
Institution: University of Leiden
Address: Trompenbergerweg 6 apt.14, 1217 BE Hilversum, the Netherlands
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REIS, MARFISA (2000)
Master Dissertation in Clinical Psychology: MARRIAGE AND INDIVIDUATION PROCESS.
Advisor: Professor Terezinha Feres Carneiro
Keywords: marriage, individuation process
Abstract: Regarding the difficult task of conciliating conjugality and individuality, this work aims for a greater comprehension of Carl Gustav Jung's concept of individuation. Pointing out the differences between individuation and individualism, the research focuses on the capacity of marriage to enable the process of individuation. From the archetypal point of view, and taking into account the socially attributed roles, the matters of gender are attached to the Male and Female Principles. The questions raised include the love choice since the oldest trends in history, up to the new paradigms in male-female relationship. Love and infatuation are seen in distinct ways, but both as unconscious psychological relationships, present in each one of us. Infatuation is regarded as an all- absorbing state that brings about creativity, in which the projection of the animus - anima provides the energy to explore the unconscious. The conclusion reached is that marital relationship facilitates the process of individuation of each one of the partners to the extend that, affording to put up with crises, they face their personal and family shadows. In that sense, marriage is seen as a possible relationship of alterity and love.
Institution: Pontif