Max and Lore Zeller Library Catalog
Normal view MARC view ISBD view

Men, women and relationships : a post-Jungian approach

By: Goss, Phil
Material type: TextTextLondon/New York Routledge c2011Description: xii, 257p.; ill.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9780415476751Subject(s): Men and women | Men--Psychology | Women--Psychology | Sex differences (Psychology) | Gender identity
Contents:
Introduction. 1 Jack and the beanstalk: magic beans and angry mothers. 2 Gender illustion, gendered reality. 3 Gender electrics: eros, thanatos and currents from the past. 4 Thanima. 5 Thanimus. 6 Climbing the beanstalk: personal and collective adolescence. 7 Walking on clouds: male and female territories. 8 Bringing the giants down from the sky: men, women, relationships and the problem of home
Abstract: '...offers Jungian perspectives on social constructions of gender difference and explores how these feed into adult ways of relating within male-female relationships. Phill Goss places this discussion within an archetypal context drawing on the fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk to consider the deep tension in western culture between the transcendent masculine and the immanent feminine.'
    Average rating: 0.0 (0 votes)
Item type Home library Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode
Books Books Zeller Library
Pa.Gos (Browse shelf) 1 Available B04690

Introduction. 1 Jack and the beanstalk: magic beans and angry mothers. 2 Gender illustion, gendered reality. 3 Gender electrics: eros, thanatos and currents from the past. 4 Thanima. 5 Thanimus. 6 Climbing the beanstalk: personal and collective adolescence. 7 Walking on clouds: male and female territories. 8 Bringing the giants down from the sky: men, women, relationships and the problem of home

'...offers Jungian perspectives on social constructions of gender difference and explores how these feed into adult ways of relating within male-female relationships. Phill Goss places this discussion within an archetypal context drawing on the fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk to consider the deep tension in western culture between the transcendent masculine and the immanent feminine.'

Paperback

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.
CG Jung Institute or Los Angeles Logo