Splitting Difference: Psychoanalysis, Hatred and Exclusion

@inproceedings{Clarke1999SplittingDP,
  title={Splitting Difference: Psychoanalysis, Hatred and Exclusion},
  author={Simon Clarke},
  year={1999}
}
  • Simon Clarke
  • Published 1999
  • Sociology
  • In this paper I will argue that the inclusion of certain aspects of psychoanalytic theory into sociological analysis can be particularly enlightening in specific areas of social research where traditional theory and practice have failed to explain phenomena satisfactorily. This is arguably the case in the explanation of hatred and exclusion, where powerful affective forces fuel racist discourse and support structures of discimination. This is not presented as an antithesis or critique of… CONTINUE READING

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