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Theme of Journal : Psychoanalysis (19 March 2017)


1. Journal Identity

Title                             : Psychoanalysis and the university: A difficult relationship
Author                         : Kernberg, Otto F
Volume                       :92
Issue                            : 3
Pages                           : 09-22
Publication                  : 2011
ISSN                           : 00207578
Copyright                    Copyright International Journal of Psychoanalysis (IJP) Jun 2011
Document URL          http://search.proquest.com/docview/875892571?accountid=34643

Abstract
A critique of present-day isolation of psychoanalytic institutes and of their lack of emphasis on research and scientific development is followed with concrete proposals for reorienting psychoanalytic education toward university settings, with the ultimate purpose of bringing together psychoanalytic theory and scientific contributions with the contemporary contributions of neurobiological science and the humanities. Efforts already under way in this direction and practical recommendations for further steps to integrate psychoanalytic education and research within university settings are outlined.

2. Jurnal Identity

Title                             : Pergeseran Citra Pribadi Perempuan Dalam Sastra Indonesia: Analisis Psikoanalisis Terhadap Karya Sastra Indonesia Mulai Angkatan Sebelum Perang Hingga Mutakhir
Author                         : Ekarini Saraswati
Volume                       : 12
Issue                            : -
Pages                           : -
Publication                  : 2011
Copyright                    :  Jurnal Artikulasi - Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

Abstract
Penelitian ini bertujuan mendeskripsikan gambaran pribadi perempuan, pribadi perempuan menurut pengarang perempuan dan laki-laki dan pergeseran pribadi perempuan dalam novel Indonesia mulai zaman sebelum perang hingga mutakhir. Teori yang digunakan berdasarkan ahli psikoanalisis Sigmund freud yang meliputi struktur jiwa dan mekanisme pertahanan serta dari Adler tentang tipe kepribadian. Jenis penelitian yang digunakan deskriptif kualitatif. Sampel penelitian yang digunakan purposif dengan mengambil sampel novel yang terdiri dari Siti Nurbaya novel Layar Terkembang, novel Belenggu novel Pada Sebuah Kapal, novel Burung-burung Manyar dan novel Saman Pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan teknik dokumentasi dengan memilih novel yang menggambarkan kehidupan perempuan sehingga sesuai dengan masalah yang diajukan. Analisis data dilakukan dengan cara heuristik dan hermeneutik (Riffaterre) Temuan hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa tokoh perempuan memiliki struktur jiwa yang didominasi oleh superego dan id. Adapun mekanisme pertahanan yang dilakukan melalui represi, rasionalisasi dan kompensasi. Gambaran pribadi perempuan dalam novel menurut pengarang perempuan dan pengarang laki-laki tidak ada perbedaan. Pengarang yang memiliki latar pendidikan Barat mengangkat perempuan yang memiliki kemandirian tinggi. Pada zaman sebelum perang pribadi perempuan lebih didominasi oleh superego dan pada zaman mutakhir lebih didominasi oleh id.

3. Journal Identity

Title                             : Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic theory Oedipus complex: A critical study with reference to D. H. Lawrence’s “Sons and Lovers”
Author                         : Sofe Ahmed
Volume                       : Vol. 3(3), pp. 60-70
Issue                            : Page  : 11
Publication                  : Maret 2012
ISSN                           : 2141-2626
Copyright                    : ©2012 Academic Journals
URL                            : http://www.academicjournals.org/journal/IJEL/article-full-text-     pdf/A6ABAA82875

Abstract
Sigmund Freud and his Oedipus complex are among the most often discussed critical and contentious issues of modern psychology and literature. Freud has brought lot of controversies in the field of modern psychology and literary trend through his theory Oedipus complex. Contrariwise, in some other assessor’s notions his concept of Oedipus complex deserves a great deal of appreciation. Nonetheless, prominent English novelist D.H. Lawrence is one of those modern writers who are greatly influenced by Freudian theories and have been promoting Freud’s notions through their works. His “sons and lovers” are considered as one of the most modern as well as controversial novels of the twentieth century. In this fiction, the protagonist Paul’s extremely emotional dealings with his mother are the illustration of Doctor Freud’s psychological theory Oedipus complex. Nevertheless, this paper aims to critically analyze the facts lying with the hallucination of Oedipus complex as it is presented in “Sons and Lovers”. The evaluation is conducted liberally and objectively as well as through comparisons between the central characters of Lawrence’s “Sons and Lovers” and Sophocles’ King Oedipus. This attempt also tends to judge the universality of Freud’s claim particularly sexual theory with the help of modern biological experiments and the result of relevant laboratory tests, conducted by eminent psychologists and psychiatrists. In short, the critique ultimately endeavors to find out a factual solution for the controversies, raised by Oedipus complex, with the help of logic, fact and scientific researches.
4. Journal Identity

Tittle                             : Critique And Cure: A Dream Of Uniting Psychoanalysis And Philosophy
Authors                         : Jamieson Webster
Volume                       : 73
Issue                            : -
Pages                           : 138–157
Publication                  : 2013
ISSN                           : -
Copyright                    : The American Journal of Psychoanalysis,

Abstract

Critical theory, whose aim was to historicize philosophy through integrating it with the social sciences, turned to psychoanalysis to fi nd its way through an accounting of philosophy after the Second World War. Over 50 years after this initial project, the rift between philosophy and psychoanalysis has never been greater. If Jacques Lacan could be considered one of the few psychoanalysts to maintain and foster links to philosophical thought in the latter half of the 20th century, his work has sadly remained marginal in the clinical fi eld throughout America and Europe. Both critical theory and Lacan remain skeptical of the direction taken by psychoanalysis after Freud. Refl ecting on the history of these two disciplines, as well as through an examination of Theodor Adorno ’ s posthumously published dream journal, critique and cure emerge as two dialectically intertwined themes that gain momentum in the dream of the unifi cation of the philosophical and psychoanalytic projects.

5. Journal Identity

Title                   : Psychoanalytic Theory and Psychotherapy: A Dynamic Systems View of Change
Author             : Trop, Jeffrey L; Burke, Melanie L; Trop, Gabriel S
Volume           : 41
Issue                : -
Pages               : 34-42
Publication      : 2013
ISSN               : 00911674
Copyright        :  Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013
Document URL : 
http://e-resources.perpusnas.go.id:2071/docview/1287878542?accountid=25704
Abstract
This paper explores the application of nonlinear dynamic systems theory and concepts to the investigation of the psychotherapeutic situation. Although dynamic systems theory was originally applied in the study of chemistry, mathematics, and physics--not initially for its application to psychotherapy--its emphasis on contextualization provides a rich platform for the reconsideration of how change occurs in the therapeutic dyad. This paper first reviews some tenets of dynamic systems theory, in particular the general processes of system change including the introduction of novelty and perturbation. It then examines some psychoanalytic theories from a dynamic systems vantage point. This is followed by the presentation of two cases that illustrate the application of systems concepts to clinical work. This paper concludes that psychoanalytic psychotherapy from the perspective of dynamic systems theory views moments of change as unpredictable, soft assembled, and emergent in the dialogue and context created mutually by therapist and patient.

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