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Persona

Hopcke, Robert H.

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ISBN 10: 087773657X / ISBN 13: 9780877736578
Editorial: Shambhala, 1995
Usado Condición: Good
Librería: Better World Books (Mishawaka, IN, Estados Unidos de America)

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Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. N° de ref. de la librería GRP7606294

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Título: Persona

Editorial: Shambhala

Año de publicación: 1995

Condición del libro:Good

Edición: 1st ed.

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The persona is our mask--the place in our personality where public and private meet, where who we are collides with who we're told we should be. In the first book devoted entirely to the key Jungian concept of persona, Hopcke uses case histories from his practice as a Jungian therapist to explore this concept.

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Surprisingly enough, not one of the plethora of books on C. G. Jung's thought has been on his concept of the persona, the mask each of us wears in our social interactions. Hopcke fills that gap amply. Persona is related etymologically to both person and personality, and Hopcke fully considers the ways that the social mask expresses and inhibits such dimensions of the fuller self. Most interesting is his examination of how minority persons are encouraged to assume masks unthreatening to the biased world around them; such persons win psychological health, which often entails removing false faces, with great pain when their new, individuated selves provoke bigotry. Similarly, the social mask is problematic for gays, some of whom have learned to toy with persona through drag while others live painfully closeted lives behind rigid masks. Hopcke also questions the masks of gender expectations vigorously, finding new, less dichotomous ways of expressing the worrisome Jungian concepts of anima and animus, the cross-gendered selves within us. In all, a highly readable, conceptually fascinating study. Patricia Monaghan

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