Psychological Dimensions of Near Eastern Studies
edited by L. Carl Brown and Norman Itzkowitz
About the Book:
In this book, two broad fields, Psychology and Near Eastern Studies, are brought together in a pioneering effort to find our whether the various psychological theories and methodologies developed in the West are applicable to an understanding of the Near East.
The essays in Part One deal with psychobiography, psychoculture, childhood, and society. Part Two deals with national character studies. In Part Three, practicing psychiatrists present a tout d'horizon of a vast area of psychiatry. A bibliographical essay provides a selective guide to the various psychological theories and methods that have been or can be usefully applied to Near Eastern Studies.
Contributions include original articles by: Mukhtar Ani, Ali Banuazizi, M.C. Bateson, L. Carl Brown, J.W. Clinton, Manfred Halpern, Norman Itzkowitz, J.B.M. Kassarjian, Herant Katchadourian, John Mack, Levon Melikian, Gerald D. Miller, Orhan M. Ozturk, John Racy, H. Safavi, Hisham Sharabi, M. Soraya, and Vamik Volkan.
About the Editors:
L. Carl Brown is Garrett Professor in Foreign Affairs, Emeritus, Princeton University. Norman Itzkowitz is Professor of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University.
Publication date: 1977
Bibliographical Essay; Index
Size: 6 1/2 x 9 ½ (16.5 x 24.1 cm); 382 pages
CIP L.C. 75-43499
ISBN 978-0-87850-028-4 $9.95 (Out of Print)