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Psychoanalysis, its image and its public, Serge Moscovici ; translated by David Macey ; edited with an introduction by Gerard Duveen

Table Of Contents
Pt. I. The, Social representation of psychoanalysis: findings of survey and theoretical analysis -- Social representation: a lost concept -- Psychoanalysis as she is spoken -- Ideas that become common-sense objects -- 'Homo psychanalyticus' -- A, marginal hero -- The, psychoanalysis of everyday life -- A, Freud for all seasons -- Ideologies and their discontents -- On jargon in general and Franco-analytic jargon in particular -- Natural thought: observation made in the course of the interviews -- Pt. II. Psychoanalysis in the French press content analysis and analysis of systems of communication -- The, press: an overview -- The, diffusion of psychoanalysis -- The, encounter between religious dogma and psychoanalytic principles -- The, communist party meets a science that is very popular and non-marxist -- A, psychosociological analysis of propaganda -- Fifteen years later -- A, hypothesis
Literary Form
non fiction
"This is a translation of 2nd edition of 1976, itself a substantial revision of the original edition of 1961"--P. xi
Physical Description
xxxviii, 384 pages, illustrations, 24 cm.

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