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0300042043
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Marcia Westkott
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Yale University Press (September 10, 1988)
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Items related to The feminist legacy of Karen Horney. Westkott, a sociology professor at the University of Colorado, assesses Karen Horney's contribution to psychoanalysis in the context of a women's psychology

Items related to The feminist legacy of Karen Horney. Westkott, Marcia The feminist legacy of Karen Horney. ISBN 13: 9780300037067. Westkott, a sociology professor at the University of Colorado, assesses Karen Horney's contribution to psychoanalysis in the context of a women's psychology. Drawing both on Horney and on the literary, popular, and scholarly works of others, she explores the continuing cultural devaluation and sexualization of women as the major precipitator of their basic conflict (compliance versus assertion).

The Feminist Legacy oj Karen Horney. outlines how Horney's. a feminist psychoanalyst. Both books address current preoccupa–. insights might be useful to feminists; Phyllis Grosskurth's. Klein : Her World and Her Work. maps the life of a feminine rather than. Westkott responds to feminists who, until Juliet Mitchell. argued in. Psychoanalysis and Women.

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Horney delves into a detailed explanation of the above needs (and their corresponding neurotic solutions) in her book 'Neurosis and Human . Marcia Westcott, The feminist legacy of Karen Horney, New Haven, Conn.

Horney delves into a detailed explanation of the above needs (and their corresponding neurotic solutions) in her book 'Neurosis and Human Growth'. Horney saw narcissism quite differently from Freud, Kohut and other mainstream psychoanalytic theorists in that she did not posit a primary narcissism but saw the narcissistic personality as the product of a certain kind of early environment acting on a certain kind of temperament.

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Marcia Westcott, The feminist legacy of Karen Horney, New Haven, Conn. Rubins, Jack L. Karen Horney: Gentle Rebel of Psychoanalysis, Summit Books, New York, 1978. The Feminist Legacy of Karen Horney, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1986. Dr. C. George Boeree (Psychology Department, Shippensburg University) Personality Theories.

Karen Horney, 1885–1952, American psychiatrist, b. Germany, . See studies by S. Quinn (1988), M. Westkott (1988), and B. J. Paris (1994)

Karen Horney, 1885–1952, American psychiatrist, b. She married Oscar Horney in 1909. Prior to her arrival (1932) in the United States, she was secretary of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, where she taught for 12 years. Paris (1994). Karen Horney: Selected full-text books and articles.

Analyzes the theories of this 1920's psychoanalyst who explored the conflict between dependency and ambition and applies them to modern feminism