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List of Articles


Volume 12 (2012)

Issue 1
Correction and Apology  iv
 
Articles
Notes on Consulting to Racism: Linking Individual, Group and Organisational Contexts  1
Lowell Cooper, Ph.D. and Carl Mack, Jr., Ph.D.
Contemporary Methodologies to Surface and Act on Unconscious Dynamics in Organisations: An Exploration of Design, Facilitation Capacities, Consultant Paradigm and Ultimate Value  19
Rose Redding Mersky, MSc
Socio-Analytic Reflections on Capitalist Greed  44
Burkard Sievers
An Introduction to Tavistock-Style Group Relations Conference Learning  70
Edward R. Shapiro and A. Wesley Carr
Soundings
Global Dynamics at the Dawn of 2012  81
Lionel F. Stapley, MSc, Ph.D. and Chrissie Rickman
Speaking Out
The Eric Miller Memorial Lecture 2012: Terms of Engagement: Looking Backwards and Forwards at the Tavistock Enterprise  106
David Armstrong
Book Review
When Theories Touch: A Historical and Theoretical Integration of Psychoanalytic Thought. Stephen Ellman. London: Karnac, 2010.  122
Douglas Kirsner, Ph.D.
Notes on Contributors  127
 
Issue 2
Articles
Race and Gender Dynamics as an Organisational Defence against Anxiety within a Specialist Multi-Disciplinary Child and Family Assessment Service  131
Stuart Stevenson
Consultancy on Deregistration to a Care Home for the Long-stay Mentally Ill: You Can Take Stig Out of the Dump, but Can You Take the Dump Out of Stig?  145
Liz Greenway, M.A., MSc, PGCE
Accounts of Interventions
Authority, Leadership and Peacemaking: The Role of the Diasporas: The Intersection of the Personal and the Political in a Group Relations Conference  171
Tracy Wallach, Ph.D., M.S.W.
Theoretical and Applied Papers
‘Knowing (and Not Knowing) One's Place’, Organisational Ranking and the Operation of Envy and Shame in Organisational Life  194
Marie Kane
Speaking Out
The Dream is a Lie: Impact in Search of Relevance  210
Gerard van Reekum
Book Review
Relocation, Gender, and Emotion: A Psycho-Social Perspective on the Experiences of Military Wives. Sue Jervis. London: Karnac, 2011.  226
Marion McCollom Hampton, Ph.D.
Notes on Contributors  230
 
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