Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Union Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1993.
Part 1 - Archetypal explorations. 1 The nature of the archetype. 2 The archetypal dimensions. 3 The emergence of new properties. 4 Archetypes and images. Part 2 - The archetypal sequence. 5 The archetypal set. 6 The archetypes and their images. Part 3 - Sociological considerations. 7 The sociological prospect. 8 The paradigms. Part 4 - The elements of an archetypal sociology. 9 The roots of intersubjectivity. 10 The nature of groups. 11 Families, nations and thought. 12 The structure of large groups. 13 Archetypal patterns in large groups. 14 The problem of deviance. Part 5 - Retrospect: analysis, conclusions. 15 Review. 16 Retrospect: Jung and sociology. 17 Prospects: further research
'...a ground-breaking study, which examines one of Jung's most important theories and the link it forms between analytical psychology and the social sciences....uses the concept of archetypes as a basis for understanding the reciprocal interaction of individuals and cultures as coevolving systems....reveals the implicitly cross-cultural and interdisciplinary nature of Jung's work.'