This is the third in a five-ish part series on the background and basics of group relations. Read parts one and two here. For whatever reason, some psychoanalytic concepts have thoroughly entered the mainstream. They may not be present in the popular consciousness as fully realized ideas but as bits of pop psychological parlance – […]
This is the second in a five-ish post series on the background and basics of group relations. Read part one here. A key figure in the history and development of group relations was Wilfred Bion (1897-1979). (Incidentally, he is also the originator of the quote that inspired the title of this blog – “The purest […]
This is the first in a 5-ish part series about the experience of group relations. Although the tagline of this blog is “The young person’s guide to group relations”, you may have noticed that I haven’t written all that much on the supposed topic. This is because up until very recently I didn’t really have […]
WordPress featured “Three Faces of Poverty: A brief, personal history of Parkdale” in its Freshly Pressed section! Check out the post again, there are lots of interesting comments. Welcome, new readers! There’s a new series starting shortly about the experience of group relations. I hope you stick around.
Looking back over the past few weeks of anti-poverty posts, I have thoughts. On one hand I’m impressed with the thought and effort that has gone into the various poverty reduction strategies. A lot of very smart people have been working very hard to fight poverty, which is great. On the other hand, I find […]