ARCP 12: Marxism & Psychology II (2015)

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This 2015 issue of the Annual Review of Critical Psychology (ARCP 12) is compiled from papers originally presented at the Second Conference of Marxism and Psychology held in Morelia, Mexico, from 9-11 August 2012. The global crisis continues, and it is more urgent than ever to explore issues that emerge at the intersection of Marxist scholarship and psychological practice.

 

Contents of ARCP 12

INTRODUCTION

file_pdfConvulsive Times, Revolutionary Subjects: Reflections on Marxism and Critical Psychology
DESMOND PAINTER, DAVID PAVÓN-CUÉLLAR AND LEONARDO MONCADA

 

file_pdfPsychology and Marxism in Mexico
IAN PARKER

 

ARTICLES

file_pdfThe Spectre of Communism is Not Haunting Psychology
GRAHAME HAYES

 

file_pdfMarxism, Subjectivity and Cultural Historical Psychology: Moving Forward on an Unfinished Legacy
FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ-REY

 

file_pdfMarxism and Psychoanalysis: Attempting a Brief Review of an Old Problem
RAÚL PÁRAMO-ORTEGA

 

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The Freudo-Marxist Mission
ROSARIO HERRERA GUIDO

 

file_pdfThe Metapsychology of Capital
DAVID PAVÓN-CUÉLLAR

 

file_pdfMarx, Ideology and the Unconscious
HANS SKOTT-MYHRE

 

file_pdfOn Violence Governed by the Imaginary Ideological Order of Property
MARIO OROZCO GUZMÁN

 

file_pdfThe Feminization of Labor and the DSM-5
KATHLEEN S.G. SKOTT-MYHRE

 

file_pdfWorking Identity Vicissitudes: Difficulties in Symmetrical Relationships – A case study
ROBERTO MENDOZA

 

file_pdfDialectal and Dialogic Processes in Psychological Development: Toward an Understanding of Student Experiences
LARA MARGARET BEATY

 

 


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