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  1. House: The Wounded Healer on Television

    Jungian and Post-Jungian Reflections

    Edited by Luke Hockley, Leslie Gardner

    House MD is a globally successful and long-running medical drama. House: The Wounded Healer on Television employs a Jungian perspective to examine the psychological construction of the series and its namesake, Dr Gregory House. The book also investigates the extent to which the continued...

    Published November 10th 2010 by Routledge

  2. Tim Burton: The Monster and the Crowd

    A Post-Jungian Perspective

    By Helena Bassil-Morozow

    Tim Burton’s films are well known for being complex and emotionally powerful. In this book, Helena Bassil-Morozow employs Jungian and post-Jungian concepts of unconscious mental processes along with film semiotics, analysis of narrative devices and cinematic history, to explore the reworking of...

    Published February 8th 2010 by Routledge

  3. Wild/lives

    Trickster, Place and Liminality on Screen

    By Terrie Waddell

    Wild/lives draws on myth, popular culture and analytical psychology to trace the machinations of 'trickster' in contemporary film and television. This archetypal energy traditionally gravitates toward liminal spaces – physical locations and shifting states of mind. By focusing on productions set in...

    Published September 28th 2009 by Routledge

  4. Film After Jung

    Post-Jungian Approaches to Film Theory

    By Greg Singh

    Popular film as a medium of communication, expression and storytelling has proved one of the most durable and fascinating cultural forms to emerge during the twentieth century, and has long been the object of debate, discussion and interpretation. Film After Jung provides the reader with an...

    Published June 1st 2009 by Routledge

  5. Screen, Culture, Psyche

    A Post Jungian Approach to Working with the Audience

    By John Izod

    Screen, Culture, Psyche illuminates recent developments in Jungian modes of media analysis, and illustrates how psychoanalytic theories have been adapted to allow for the interpretation of films and television programmes, employing Post-Jungian methods in the deep reading of a whole range of films....

    Published July 6th 2006 by Routledge

  6. Mis/takes

    Archetype, Myth and Identity in Screen Fiction

    By Terrie Waddell

    Mis/takes departs from the bulk of screen discourse by applying Jungian and Post-Jungian ideas on unconscious processes to popular film and television. This perspective offers a rich insight into the way that various myths infiltrate popular culture. By examining the function of psychological...

    Published June 15th 2006 by Routledge

  7. Jung and Film

    Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image

    Edited by Christopher Hauke, Ian Alister

    Jung and Film brings together some of the best new writing from both sides of the Atlantic, introducing the use of Jungian ideas in film analyis. Illustrated with examinations of seminal films including Pulp Fiction, Blade Runner, and 2001 - A Space Odyssey, Chris Hauke and Ian Alister, along with...

    Published June 28th 2001 by Routledge