The Inner World

A Psychoanalytic Study Of Childhood and Society in India

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ISBN:

9780198077152

Publication date:

19/04/2012

Paperback

280 pages

215.0x140.0mm

Price: 350.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198077152

Publication date:

19/04/2012

Paperback

280 pages

215.0x140.0mm

Fourth Edition

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Sudhir Kakar

Rights:  World Rights

Fourth Edition

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Sudhir Kakar

Description

Hailed as the best application of psychoanalysis to Indian culture, The Inner World looks closely at social roles, traditional values, and customs to reveal important aspects of Indian society, myths, rituals, fables, and arts. Over the years, the book has continued to influence many: from students and scholars of social psychology, cultural studies, and sociology to anybody interested in the psychology of Indian imagination. With a new prologue by the author, this Oxford India Perennials edition bears testimony to the book’s enduring popularity since its first publication in 1978.

Fourth Edition

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Sudhir Kakar

Fourth Edition

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Sudhir Kakar

Fourth Edition

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Sudhir Kakar

Fourth Edition

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Sudhir Kakar

Description

Hailed as the best application of psychoanalysis to Indian culture, The Inner World looks closely at social roles, traditional values, and customs to reveal important aspects of Indian society, myths, rituals, fables, and arts. Over the years, the book has continued to influence many: from students and scholars of social psychology, cultural studies, and sociology to anybody interested in the psychology of Indian imagination. With a new prologue by the author, this Oxford India Perennials edition bears testimony to the book’s enduring popularity since its first publication in 1978.

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