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  • Mind as Instrument

    Mind as Instrument

    "While psychoanalytic observation of institutions is, first of all, a method of training for psychiatrists and more recently for institutional consultants and social scientists, he argues that institutional observation can also be used as a research method, for single case studies, as well as for wider studies."

  • The ‘Becoming-ness’ of Organizations/Selves

    "So, the aim of this essai is to explore something of the becoming-ness of organizations/selves, in which the researcher-self is imbricated in this becoming-ness and must therefore be part of that which is studied."

  • Listening with the Third Ear

    Listening with the Third Ear

    "What I focus on is a brief review of some of Reik’s major contributions to our understanding of such themes as unconscious communication between patient and analyst, the analyst’s use of his or her own associations as a source of information, and the intersubjective nature of the analytic relationship."

  • Struggling with Lack

    "The purpose of this paper is to contribute to research on organizational identity by developing a psychoanalytic perspective. In particular, the author draws on Lacanian theorizing to explore how organizational identity discourse is informed by imaginary constructions of subjectivity."

  • Psychoanalysis, Gender, and Culture

    Psychoanalysis, Gender, and Culture

    "Creating a dialogue between feminism, anthropology, and psychoanalysis, she holds that feminism, anthropology, and other cultural theories require that psychoanalysts take seriously how cultural meanings help to constitute psychic life."