“Psycho-social perspectives on the dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in groups, organisations, communities",

Journal Article or Monograph

Title: Psycho-social perspectives on the dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in groups, organisations, communities,
Year: 2011
Authors: Adlam, J. Scanlon, C.
Abstract:

This Special Issue edited by John Adlam and Christopher Scanlon gathers authors from different communities of practice working in the field, to offer associations to the idea of Cosmopolitanism first put forward by Diogenes, the Cynic philosopher, when he claimed to be "a citizen of the world". The task has been to pursue a collaborative psycho-social enquiry into the vexed and vexatious question of what happens when the irresistible force of the out-reaching societal in-group encounters the immovable object of the excluded outsider's refusal to 'come in from the cold' on the terms that are offered. Inclusion, then, is on whose terms? At what cost - and to whom?

Keywords: Psycho-social perspectives, inclusion and exclusion in groups, violence, personality disorder, disability
Language: English


Journal: (Special Edition on Psycho-social perspectives on the dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in groups, organisations, communities) Psychodynamic Practice.
Volume: 17
Issue: 3
Start page: 235
End page: 350
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Submitted by:
Christopher Scanlon
Consultant Psychotherapist and Organisational Consultant
NHS Mental Health Services

Corresponding author: Christopher Scanlon

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