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Social and cultural determinants of psychiatric illness : presenting in an urban general hospital

In spite of these words to Martha Bernays, at that time his fiancee, Freud was for very long preoccupied with the analysis of patients from a Viennese middle- class practice a lone. It was out of this experience that he evolved his views of the origin of psychological symptoms from repression of stereotyped instinctual urges of childhood . These instinctual demands arose out of the patriarchal Viennese society.
Date14 April 2020
CreatorsSakinofsky, Isaac
PublisherFaculty of Health Sciences, Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health
Source SetsSouth African National ETD Portal
Detected LanguageEnglish
TypeMasters Thesis, Masters

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