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Shame and masochism in Women : A Psychoanalytic Exploration of Japanese & Indian Psyche

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概要 This paper attempts to examine the psychological, psychoanalysis and socio-cultural construct of masochism in society exemplifying the various perspectives of psychoanalysis across the world over the ...years. Whereas, shame has been a recent exploration in western psychoanalytic literature possibly due to its experiential lack of it, as opposed to the eastern counterpart. In the study of both shame and masochism, Japan has undertaken a pioneering journey resulting from her own psychological formations of these qualities in her women. A closer look at Japan's folk-tales and myths narrating the story of the 'devoted' and the 'wounded' mother/wife clearly unfolds these psychological mechanisms of shame and masochism in women. A prolonged study is conducted of the shame in author context, in Indian cultural and clinical situations. And in both the countries and its women, one takes a critical view of the 'Prohibition of Don't Look' that affects society and the individual by taking a deeper look at the 'wound' inflicted upon the devoted mother (through cultural and clinical intervention).続きを見る

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