Below are selected publications by members of The International Research Group for Psycho-Societal Analysis:

Special issues on depth-hermeneutics

There are two special issues emerging from the research group, which reflect our special interest in the theory and methodology of the German psychoanalyst and sociologist Alfred Lorenzer (1922–2002):

Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. Special issue. Alfred Lorenzer and the depth-hermeneutic method. Vol 15(3) 2010: 213-314. Eds. Mechthild Bereswill, Christine Morgenroth & Peter Redman, .

Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. Thematic issue. Cultural Analysis and In-depth Hermeneutics – Psycho-societal Analysis of Everyday Life Culture, Interaction, and Learning. Ed. Henning Salling Olesen. Vol 13(3) 2012.

Members’ contributions

Andersen, L. L. & Dybbroe, B. (2017). Introspection as intra-professionalism in social and health care. Journal of Social Work Practice. 31(1), pp. 21-35.

Andersen, L. L. (2016). A psycho-societal perspective on neoliberal welfare services in Denmark: Identification and ambivalence. Journal of Psycho-Social Studies. 9(1), pp. 1-16.

Andersen, L. L. (2015). Micro-processes of collaborative innovation in Danish welfare settings: a psychosocial approach to learning and performance. In Collaborative innovation in the public sector: Northern European experiences. Eds. Agger, Damgaard, Krogh, Sørensen. Bentham EBooks

Andersen, L.L. (2012). Inner and Outer Life at Work. The Roots and Horizon of Psychoanalytically Informed Work Life Research. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 13(3), Art. 26.

Andersen, Linda Lundgaard (2012). Interaction, transference, and subjectivity: A psychoanalytic approach to fieldwork. Journal of Research Practice, 8(2), Article M3.

Andersen, Lundgaard L. & Soldz, S. (2012) Special Issue: New approaches in psychodynamic research. Journal for Research Practice. 8(2).

Andersen, L. L. (2005). The Long Gone Promises of Social Work. Ambivalence and Individualisation in a Social Services Administration. Journal of Social Work Practice. 19(1). pp. 73-86­.

Andersen, Linda Lundgaard (2003). When the Unconscious Joins the Game. A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Modernization and Change . Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum Qualitative Social Research. Special Issue on Subjectivity and Reflexivity in Qualitative Research. (Eds) Breuer, Mruck, & Roth. 4(3).

Bereswill, M. Morgenroth, C. & Redman, P. (2010). Alfred Lorenzer and the depth-hermeneutic method. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. Vol 15(3): 221-250.

Bereswill, M. & Morgenroth, C. (2010). The depth-hermeneutic approach in cultural and media analysis: A conversation with Ulrike Prokop. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 15(3): 302-314.

Decker, O., Rothe, K., Weissmann, M., Kiess, J., Brähler, E. (2013). Economic prosperity as “narcissistic filling”: A missing link between political attitudes and right-wing authoritarianism. Conflict & Violence. 7(1): 135-149.

Dybbroe, B. (2012). Work Identity and Contradictory Experiences of Welfare Workers in a Life-history Perspective. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 13(3).

Froggett, L., Manley, J., & Roy, A. (2015). The visual matrix method: imagery and affect in a group-based research setting. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 14(3).

Froggett, L., Conroy, M., Manley, J., & Roy, A. (2014). Between art and social science: Scenic composition as a methodological device. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 15(5).

Froggett, W. & Hollway, W. (2010). Psychosocial research analysis and scenic understanding. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 15(3): 281-301.

Hansson, B. & Dybrroe, B. (2012). Autoethnography and psychodynamics in interrelational spaces of the research process. Journal of Research Practice. 8(2). Article M6 (online article).

Hollway, W. (2015). Knowing Mothers: Researching Maternal Identity Change. Basingstoke: Pallgrave Macmillan.

Hollway, W. (2008). The importance of relational thinking in the practice of psycho-social research: ontology, epistemology, methodology and ethics. In: Clarke, S.; Hoggett, P. & Hahn, H. (eds.). Object relations and social relations: The implications of the relational turn in psychoanalysis. Exploring Psycho-Social Studies. London, UK: Karnac, pp. 137–162.

Hollway, W. (2008). Turning psychosocial? Towards a UK network. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 13: 199. https://doi.org/10.1057/pcs.2008.10

Krüger, S. & Rustad, G. (2017). Coping with shame in a media-saturated society – The Norwegian web-series Skam as transitional object. Television and New Media, published online: 22/11/2017.

Krüger, S. (2017). ‘Barbarous Hordes, Brutal Elites’ – The Traumatic Structure of Right-Wing Populism. e-flux, #83, summer 2017.

Krüger, S. (2017). Dropping Depth Hermeneutics into Psychosocial Studies – a Lorenzerian perspective. The Journal of Psychosocial Studies, 10/1, 47-66.

Krüger, S. (2017). Unable to mourn again? Media(ted) responses to Neo-Nazi terror in Germany. In: Auestad, L., (ed.). Shared Traumas, Silent Loss – Public and Private Mourning, Karnac, 2017, pp. 59–76.

Krüger, S. & Johanssen, J. (2014). Alienation and Digital Labour—A Depth-Hermeneutic Inquiry into Online Commodification and the Unconscious . Special issue. Triple C. 12(2).

Leithäuser, T. (2013). Psychoanalysis, socialization and society – The psychoanalytical thought and Interpretation of Alfred Lorenzer. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 13(3), 56-70

Leithäuser, T. (2012). Psychoanalysis, Socialization and Society—The Psychoanalytical Thought and Interpretation of Alfred Lorenzer. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 13(3).

Liebsch, K. (2010). Symbolic interaction forms versus cliches: On the function and impact of religious symbolizations in the evangelical milieu. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 15(3): 251-266.

Liveng, A., Ramvi, E., Froggett, L., Manley, J., Hollway, W.,  Lading, Å., Gripsrud, B.H. (2017). Imagining Transitions in old Age through the Visual Matrix Method: Thinking about what is hard to bear. Journal of Social Work Practice. 31(2): 155-170.

Manley, J. & Roy, A. (2017). The visual matrix: A psycho-social method for discovering unspoken complexities in social care practice. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 22(2): 132-153.

Morgenroth, C. (2012). Deciphering Political Utopias. Unions, Female Night Work, and Gender Justice. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 13(3).

Morgenroth, C. (2010). The research relationship, enactments and ‘counter-transference’ analysis: On the significance of scenic understanding. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 15(3): 267-280.

Salling Olesen, H. (2016). A psycho-societal approach to life histories. In I. Goodson, A. Antikainen, P. Sikes & M. Andrews (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook on Narrative and Life History (pp. 214-224). London: Routledge.

Olesen, H. S. (2014). Learning and the Psycho-Societal Nature of Social Practice:
Tracing the Invisible Social Dimension in Work and Learning. Forum Oświatowe,
2(52), 11-27. Retrieved from: http://forumoswiatowe.pl/index.php/czasopismo/article/
view/159

Olesen, H.S. (2013). The societal nature of subjectivity: An interdisciplinary methodological challenge. Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung
Vol. 38, No. 2 (144): 7-25.

Olesen, H.S. & Weber, K. (2012). Socialization, Language, and Scenic Understanding. Alfred Lorenzer’s Contribution to a Psycho-societal Methodology. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 13(3).

Ramvi, E. (2017). Passing the Buck, or Thinking about Experience? Conditions for Professional Development among Teachers in a Norwegian Middle School. Open Journal of Social Sciences. 5(2): 139-156.

Ramvi, E. (2015). I am only a nurse: a biographical narrative study of a nurse’s self-understanding and its implication for practice. BMC Nursing, 14, 23. http://doi.org/10.1186/s12912-015-0073-y

Ramvi, E. (2010). Out of control: A teacher’s account. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 15(4): 328-345.

Roseneil, S. (2009). Haunting in an age of individualization: Subjectivity, relationality and the traces of the lives of others. European Societies. 11(3): 411-430.

Rothe, K. (2012). Anti-semitism in Germany today and the intergenerational transmission of guilt and shame. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 17(1): 16-34.

Rüsselbæk Hansen, D. and Bøje, J. D. (2017). The ‘strong’ state and the ‘soft’ market in educational reform processes: Management philosophies and their consequences. Power and Education. 9(1): 18-36.

Rüsselbæk Hansen, D. and Frederiksen, F. (2017). The ‘Crucified’ Leader: Cynicism, Fantasies and Paradoxes in Education. Studies in Philosophy and Education. 36(4): 425-441.
 Soldz, S., & Andersen, L. L. (2012). Expanding subjectivities: Introduction to the special issue on ‘New directions in psychodynamic research’. Journal of Research Practice, 8(2), Article E2.

Tietel, E. (2000). The Interview as a Relational Space. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 1(2).

Weber, K. (2012). Learning, Work, and Language Games. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 13(3).

 

 

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