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Volume 17 (2020)

Issue 1
Editor's Note
Editor's Note: 17:1  3
Nadia Ramzy, Ph.D.
Research Articles
Cultural Determinants in Winnicott's Developmental Theories  6
Karim G. Dajani
FIRST STEPS: Psychoanalytically Based Prevention Projects for Migrant and Refugee Families in Belgium and Germany  22
Judith Lebiger-Vogel, Constanze Rickmeyer, Korinna Fritzemeyer, Nora Hettich, Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber and Patrick Meurs
Psychoanalysis and Public Health: Potential for Integration?  39
Paul C. Holinger, Neal E. Spira, Denia Barrett and Thomas F. Barrett
Birth of a Nation-State: A Battle for Boundaries or Dialogue?  49
Hana Salaam Abdel-Malek
Working with the Nine Percent: The “Meritocracy” of Financialized Capitalism  65
Kenneth Eisold
Commentary: International News
Bubbling Cauldron of Hate-Envy-Fury: Playgrounds of Splitting and Projection  77
Rakesh Shukla
Issue 2 - Settler Colonialism: The Palestinian/Israeli Case
Issue Editor: Martin Kemp
Editorial
Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue: Settler Colonialism: The Palestinian/Israeli Case  87
Martin Kemp
Research Articles
The Psychoanalytic Encounter with Settler Colonialism in Palestine/Israel  93
Martin Kemp
Gun to Body: Mental Health against Unchilding  126
Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian
Handcuffed Protectors? Palestinian Fatherhood-Protection Unlocking its Chains  146
Abeer Otman
From Sumud to Intifada: Supporting Non-Violent Action to Enhance Mental Health  165
David Harrold
The Settlers' Town is a Strongly Built Town: Fanon in Palestine  183
Stephen Sheehi and Lara Sheehi
Silencing Palestine: Limitations on Free Speech within Mental Health Organizations  193
Elizabeth Berger and Samah Jabr
Issue 3 - Special Issue: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Domestic Violence and Coercive Control
Issue Editor: Stephanie Brandt
Editorial
Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Domestic Violence and Coercive Control  211
Stephanie Brandt, M.D.
Research Articles
A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Victims of Domestic Violence and Coercive Control  215
Stephanie Brandt, M.D. and Marie Rudden
The Long Shadow of Violence: The Impact of Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence in Infancy and Early Childhood  232
Isabelle Mueller and Ed Tronick
Battered Mothers and Children in the Courts: A Lawyer's View  246
Lisa Fischel-Wolovick
The Coercive Control of Daniel and Magdalena Lucek: A Case of Child Abuse as Tangential Spouse Abuse  262
Evan Stark, Ph.D., M.S.W.
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