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In Search of Self in India and Japan: Toward a Cross-cultural Psychology (Paperback)

Alan Roland

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ISBN 10: 0691024588 / ISBN 13: 9780691024585
Edité par Princeton University Press, United States, 1991
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Language: English . Brand New Book. Drawing on work with Indian and Japanese patients, a prominent American psychoanalyst explores inner worlds that are markedly different from the Western psyche. A series of fascinating case studies illustrates Alan Roland s argument: the familial self, rooted in the subtle emotional hierarchical relationships of the family and group, predominates in Indian and Japanese psyches and contrasts strongly with the Western individualized self. In perceptive and sympathetic terms Roland describes the emotional problems that occur when Indians and Japanese encounter Western culture and the resulting successful integration of new patterns that he calls the expanding self. Of particular interest are descriptions of the special problems of women in changing society and of the paradoxical relationship of the spiritual self of Indians and Japanese to the familial self. Also described is Roland s own response to the broadening of his emotional and intellectual horizons as he talked to patients and supervised therapists in India and Japan. As we were coming in for a landing to Bombay, he writes, the plane banked so sharply that when I supposedly looked down all I could see were the stars, while if I looked up, there were the lights of the city. This is the world turned upside down that he describes so eloquently in this book. What he has learned will fascinate those who wish to deepen their understanding of a different way of being. N° de réf. du libraire AAH9780691024585

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Titre : In Search of Self in India and Japan: Toward...

Éditeur : Princeton University Press, United States

Date d'édition : 1991

Reliure : Paperback

Etat du livre :New

Edition : Reprint.

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Drawing on work with Indian and Japanese patients, a prominent American psychoanalyst explores inner worlds that are markedly different from the Western psyche. A series of fascinating case studies illustrates Alan Roland's argument: the "familial self," rooted in the subtle emotional hierarchical relationships of the family and group, predominates in Indian and Japanese psyches and contrasts strongly with the Western "individualized self." In perceptive and sympathetic terms Roland describes the emotional problems that occur when Indians and Japanese encounter Western culture and the resulting successful integration of new patterns that he calls the "expanding self." Of particular interest are descriptions of the special problems of women in changing society and of the paradoxical relationship of the "spiritual self" of Indians and Japanese to the "familial self.?


Also described is Roland's own response to the broadening of his emotional and intellectual horizons as he talked to patients and supervised therapists in India and Japan. "As we were coming in for a landing to Bombay," he writes, "the plane banked so sharply that when I supposedly looked down all I could see were the stars, while if I looked up, there were the lights of the city." This is the "world turned upside down" that he describes so eloquently in this book. What he has learned will fascinate those who wish to deepen their understanding of a different way of being.

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'This book addresses a fundamental question--the universality of human nature.... Drawing upon work with patients and therapists in both India and Japan, he describes the profound differences between the Western individualized self and the familial self so central to Asian culture.... Of particular value is Roland's sensitive treatment of the evolving identity of women in the two cultures, as well as his exploration of the deeply significant spiritual self, a topic that is largely neglected in Western theory and practice.' -Choice

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