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Lawrence R. Alschuler

Lawrence R. Alschuler, fascinated by Jungian psychology, interrupted his political science career to study at the C. G. Jung Institute-Zurich for four years in the 1980s. His university teaching itinerary began in 1967 in Honolulu and passed through Zurich, Buenos Aires (Fulbright Professorship), and Ottawa. Along the way he authored Predicting Development, Dependency, and Conflict in Latin America and Multinationals and Maldevelopment: Alternative Development Strategies in Argentina, the Ivory Coast, and Korea; edited two books; and wrote numerous articles on Third World political economy.  Now retired, Alschuler lives with his wife, an artist, in the Swiss Alps.

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The Psychopolitics of Liberation
Political Consciousness from a Jungian Perspective

Palgrave Macmillan
Lawrence R. Alschuler uses the ideas of Albert Memmi, Paulo Freire, and Jungian psychology to explain changes in the political consciousness of the oppressed. ...
Lawrence R. Alschuler

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