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Acknowledgements Preface Dependency in Development Institutional Politics and Cultural Intervention Civilization and its Content Religion, Cohesion and Personal Life Mirrors of the Other References Index

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IAN PARKER is Professor of Psychology in the Discourse Unit at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. He is widely published, and his books include The Crisis in Modern Social Psychology (1989), Psychoanalytic Culture: Psychoanalytic Discourse in Western Society (1997), Critical Discursive Psychology (2002) and Slavoj Zizek: A Critical Introduction (2004).


' Japan in Analysis: Cultures of the Unconscious appeals both to an ardent follower of Japanese cultures, as well as to those interested in what happens to psychoanalysis in the globalization process.' - Psychology In Society

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