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The War Inside : Psychoanalysis, Total War and the Making of the Democratic Self in Postwar Britain

By: Shapira, Michal.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: eBooks on Demand.Studies in the Social and Cultural History of Modern Warfare: Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (294 p.).ISBN: 9781107291348.Subject(s): Popular culture -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century | Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Great Britain | War victims -- Mental health -- Great Britain | World War, 1914-1918 -- Children -- Great Britain | World War, 1914-1918 -- Social aspects -- Great Britain | World War, 1939-1945 -- Children -- Great Britain | World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects -- Great BritainGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The War Inside : Psychoanalysis, Total War and the Making of the Democratic Self in Postwar BritainDDC classification: 306.0941 | 616.85 | 616.85212 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction: the war inside; 1 The psychological study of anxiety: from World War I to World War II; From World War I to World War II: gradual change in attitudes toward fear; Attacks on all senses: medical experts on the problem of anxiety; Lay views on anxiety; 2 Under fire: children and psychoanalysts in total war; Psychoanalysis before and during the war; Psychoanalysis and the evacuation process; Total war: Anna Freud's Hampstead War Nurseries, London
The Bulldogs Bank project: an experiment in group upbringing of concentration-camp survivor children, 1945-19463 The Hitler inside: Klein and her patients; Patients' reactions to the Nazi invasion of Austria, 1938; Notes on the Munich Crisis; Violence, aggression, anxiety, and the analysis of "Patient A"; Dick/Patient A; The Freud-Klein Controversies; Patient A during the war; Klein and the mid-century self; 4 Psychoanalysts on the radio in war and peace: from collective to domestic citizenship; The BBC in war and peace; Winnicott and the BBC; Happy Children; Difficult Children
How's the BabyThe "ordinary devoted mother" and her baby; 5 Psychoanalyzing crime: the ISTD, 1931-1945; The establishment of the ISTD; Interwar psychoanalytic ideas on crime; "Delving into the secrets of the criminal's soul": the ISTD in the popular and professional press; Psychoanalysis at Q Camp: an experiment in democracy; The ISTD during World War II; 6 Toward the therapeutic state: the ISTD during the postwar years, c. 1945-1960; Interdisciplinary team work, social reform, and active involvement: psychoanalysis at the postwar ISTD; The cases of Dorothy and Josephine
Is the criminal amoral?"The enemy within": fear of a crime wave after the war; The ISTD's psychoanalysts in postwar state committees; ISTD's psychoanalysts on capital punishment; The ISTD at the Wolfenden Committee: homosexuality as a mental disorder with origins in childhood; 7 Hospitalized children, separation anxiety, and motherly love: psychoanalysis in postwar Britain; The development of attachment theory and research; Hospital direct observations by the Separation Research Unit; Psychoanalysis and public policy: the Platt Committee for the Welfare of Children in Hospital
Bowlbyisms in the popular and medical press and in private livesBibliography; Abbreviations:; Archival collections; Newspapers; Printed primary sources; Secondary sources; Films; Databases; Index
Summary: Groundbreaking study of how British psychoanalysis shaped democracy, childhood and the family during and after the Second World War.
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Cover; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction: the war inside; 1 The psychological study of anxiety: from World War I to World War II; From World War I to World War II: gradual change in attitudes toward fear; Attacks on all senses: medical experts on the problem of anxiety; Lay views on anxiety; 2 Under fire: children and psychoanalysts in total war; Psychoanalysis before and during the war; Psychoanalysis and the evacuation process; Total war: Anna Freud's Hampstead War Nurseries, London

The Bulldogs Bank project: an experiment in group upbringing of concentration-camp survivor children, 1945-19463 The Hitler inside: Klein and her patients; Patients' reactions to the Nazi invasion of Austria, 1938; Notes on the Munich Crisis; Violence, aggression, anxiety, and the analysis of "Patient A"; Dick/Patient A; The Freud-Klein Controversies; Patient A during the war; Klein and the mid-century self; 4 Psychoanalysts on the radio in war and peace: from collective to domestic citizenship; The BBC in war and peace; Winnicott and the BBC; Happy Children; Difficult Children

How's the BabyThe "ordinary devoted mother" and her baby; 5 Psychoanalyzing crime: the ISTD, 1931-1945; The establishment of the ISTD; Interwar psychoanalytic ideas on crime; "Delving into the secrets of the criminal's soul": the ISTD in the popular and professional press; Psychoanalysis at Q Camp: an experiment in democracy; The ISTD during World War II; 6 Toward the therapeutic state: the ISTD during the postwar years, c. 1945-1960; Interdisciplinary team work, social reform, and active involvement: psychoanalysis at the postwar ISTD; The cases of Dorothy and Josephine

Is the criminal amoral?"The enemy within": fear of a crime wave after the war; The ISTD's psychoanalysts in postwar state committees; ISTD's psychoanalysts on capital punishment; The ISTD at the Wolfenden Committee: homosexuality as a mental disorder with origins in childhood; 7 Hospitalized children, separation anxiety, and motherly love: psychoanalysis in postwar Britain; The development of attachment theory and research; Hospital direct observations by the Separation Research Unit; Psychoanalysis and public policy: the Platt Committee for the Welfare of Children in Hospital

Bowlbyisms in the popular and medical press and in private livesBibliography; Abbreviations:; Archival collections; Newspapers; Printed primary sources; Secondary sources; Films; Databases; Index

Groundbreaking study of how British psychoanalysis shaped democracy, childhood and the family during and after the Second World War.

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