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Abstract The paper reviews some ways that the social and psychic have been understood in psychoanalysis and argues that a model for understanding the relation between the psychic and the social must account both for the ways that we internalize oppressive norms as well as the ways we resist them. Internalisation of Norms, Psychic Resistance and Challenge to Social Norms The models I've laid out thus far tend to select either the social or the psychic as their prime mover. Social Hierarchies Pull for Splitting The problems that I see as both social and individual problems are often the sequelae of the way that hierarchies of gender, race, class, sexuality operate in any given culture.
Clinical Theory and Practice, Cultural Interdependence In what ways might our clinical theory and practice collude with a culture that promotes a terrified and terribly lonely version of independence? Concluding Remarks In conclusion, I am arguing that many of the psychological problems that clinicians treat are a result of social inequalities. Take Home Message The process of identity formation in social conditions of inequality results in the splitting off of part of what it means to be human.
Questions That This Paper Raises How do we account for the intersection of society and individual subjectivity? In what ways are societal norms lived? What do we mean by a social unconscious or by normative unconscious processes? How do unconscious processes operate in identity formation? What effects do cultural hierarchies and unjust social norms have on the psyche? What effects do political events and the media have on group psychological processes? About the Author.
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