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Persona; where sacred meets profane

By: Hopcke, Robert H. 1958-
Material type: TextTextBoston Shambhala 1995Description: xi, 260p.; illus.; notes; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-87773-657-xSubject(s): Persona (Psychology) | African Americans | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Asian Americans | Brook, Peter, 1925- | Jungian psychology | Dream interpretation | Indians of North America | Racism | Opera--Psychological Aspects | Sex Role | Society, Impact of | Stereotype (Psychology) | Theater--Psychological Aspects | Transference | Verdi, Giuseppe. 1813-1901 | Young-Eisendrath, Polly | Introversion and Extraversion | Homosexuality--Psychological Aspects | Psychotherapy | Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav) 1875-1961. Works: Psychological Types | Masks | Clothing and Dress | Transpersonal Psychology | Transvestism | Psychotherapy--Case studiesLOC classification: BF175.5.P47 H67 1995
Contents:
Part 1: Jung, Jungians, and the persona. Part 2: The persona and therapy. Part 3: Cultural politics meets the psyche; the persona and social outsiders. Part 4: Persona and spirit
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Indians of North America : see index under Native Americans.. Jung, Carl Gustav. 1875-1961. Works: Psychological Types : see index under Jung, C.G.- Works.. Masks : Persona and ritual: the mask as archetypal symbol of transformation; The artistic function of the mask: persona and purpose in Italian opera, p187-212; p213-242.. Transvestism : see index under cross-dressing, see index under cross-dressing.

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Part 1: Jung, Jungians, and the persona. Part 2: The persona and therapy. Part 3: Cultural politics meets the psyche; the persona and social outsiders. Part 4: Persona and spirit

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