All in the Family: How Family Dynamics Play Out in the Occupy Wall Street Movement

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Title: All in the Family: How Family Dynamics Play Out in the Occupy Wall Street Movement
Year: 2011
Authors: Lansky, MD, M.
Abstract:

Groups tend to organize themselves relational structures that can mimic family dynamics. This article equates the populace of the United States with a family, and looks at which family members play out the roles of the 99% and 1%.

Keywords: Occupy Wall Street OWS psychoanalysis therapist family environment dynamics poverty water therapist child
Language: English


Type of Material: Online Publication

Submitted by:
Madeleine Lansky
Child and Adult Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, Organizational Consultation
Profound Sustainability Educational and Consulting Services & Madeleine Lansky, MD, A Professional Medical Corporation

Corresponding author: Madeleine Lansky

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