Journal of Social and Psychological Sciences

Articles from Vol. 2, No. 1, January

Cultural Narcissism Is Not a Generational Phenomenon
This paper was presented at the: International and Interdisciplinary Conference of Human Rights, Individualism and Globalization. Sponsored by the Center for Spirituality, Ethics and Global Awareness Bethany College School of Arts and Sciences (April...
Editorial: 'Defragmenting' Mind and Thought
Contrary to what dominant approaches in psychology assume, there is a dimension to human behaviour and experience that may not be objectively measurable. Favouring a 'pure' objectivist epistemology quite often leads to dismissing the importance of...
Stress: Sham Epidemic or Pathway to Ill Health? A Sociological Analysis of a Contested Concept
Introduction Stress is 'one of the most pervasive metaphors for personal and collective suffering', according to Helman (2000:202). His insight is illuminating, given the lack of a comprehensive and widely agreed definition of stress (Willemsen...
The Novel as a Work of Mourning (Trauerarbeit)-A Performative Response to Loss: Reading William Faulkner's as I Lay Dying, Absalom, Absalom!, and Requiem for a Nun as 'Prose Elegies'-An Alternative to Postmodern Melancholy
The Novel as a Work of Mourning (trauerarbeit)--a Performative Response to Loss: Reading William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying, Absalom, Absalom!, and Requiem for a Nun as 'Prose Elegies'--An Alternative to Postmodern Melancholy. "To elegize is to sing...
Walter Benjamin and Psychoanalysis: On Dream and Revolution in Benjamin
Introduction This article deals with Walter Benjamin's interpretation of psychoanalysis. Walter Benjamin (1892-1940) is known as a member of Frankfurt School. The Frankfurt School is sometimes considered as a research group that attempted the synthesis...
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