‘Psychoanalysis Notebook-Child and Adolescent Study’ … Nakedet Nedim’s article …

In Turkey, psychoanalysis, especially of adolescents, has been around for more than a quarter of a century. Valuable academics who have played a leading role in the study of this subject have made significant contributions to the implementation of this process.

Those working in the field of psychoanalysis have developed and institutionalized the field, which will bring international recognition and take it to a more sustainable level with their publications and activities.

One of these studies is the problem of adolescence that we still struggle to understand in our country and the study of adolescent psychoanalysis aims at these problems. It is also important to note that “Psychoanalysis Notebook-Children and Adolescent Studies” is a pioneering study in this field and a journal.

I have no doubt that this journal, published in the public domain as a popular scientific journal, will have a positive effect on the social knowledge and awareness of the field being studied. It has been said that original and translated works will be included in the journal.

The content of the magazine we will discuss in this article is “Jealousy and Violence”. Sigmund Freud’s text, considered to be the father of psychoanalysis, entitled “Some Nervous Processes between Jealousy, Parania and Homosexuality” is the first article in the journal and the information that Freud discussed in this article in 1921 is divided at the front.

‘Joy and atmosphere in Freud and Lacan’

Talat Parman, one of the elements of the journal, focuses on etymological research on these concepts in different languages ​​in his article entitled “Jealousy and Envy in Freud and Lacan”. In dealing with envy and jealousy, he decides that we can find the equivalence of these ideas in various fields of fairy tales and mythology and literature.

The concept that Freud defined as “gender jealousy” as articulated in the story “Jack and the Beanstalk”, “sibling jealousy”, which is also found in fairy tales and mythology, has been put forward as a separate definition.

‘Happiness and environment in children’

“Jealousy and envy in children”… Cansu Güney has brought this article to our language. In the article, Marcelli discusses the book Jealousy and Gratitude, a theoretical book in the field.

Mentioning that desire is the basis of every violence, Marcelli evaluates the jealousy of siblings, citing religious origins. This article, which mentions things that need to be handled with care, is an investigation that will raise questions about family relationships.

‘Pleasure and environment in the process of psychoanalytic treatment of children and parents’

“Jealousy or envy in the process of psychoanalytic treatment of children and parents” … Ojekan Atabe Bianca Lechevalier translated this article.

In the article, we see that in Eastern culture, the child is not expressed as an object of pride and when it is, wearing blue beads to protect him is defined as protection from the evil eye.

Noting that jealousy occurs in relationships between two people, Lechevalier emphasizes that jealousy can only occur in a nervous relationship between three people.

Father’s environment

“Father’s Violence” … Alpar Shaheen’s article discusses fathers killing their children. In doing so, he begins with an example from the literature. He questions Han’s intentions to kill his son Bogas Han in “Dede Korkut Ogujnameleri”.

“When Adoption Sets a Trap on Origin” লেখা by Bernard Penot, translated by Defne Sargan Gouban.

The important role that violence or violence plays in the development of human relationships can only be explained in a transgender plane, as the primary cause of the unfortunate evolution of some adoption process, the author says.

Penote’s article is an article where he shares his experience at the hospital where he works. Emphasizing that a significant portion of adolescent patients in the hospital are adopted children, Penot explains that the treatment of these children is different from the treatment of children living with their biological parents.

‘Emotions that burn, destroy, stir’

“Emotions That Burn, Destroy, Fragments” … Pinar Canlicilisar, in his essay, worked with William Golding’s Lord of the Flies based on the theory of British feminist psychologist Juliet Mitchell and a group of children To live on an island in the world and where they are not included.

In this article, Yasmin Genghis discusses the historical development of the concept of jealousy. It comparatively evaluates the opinions of psychoanalysts who have worked on the subject in the historical process and try to identify emerging general contradictions.

‘Friendship tested by joy and environment’

“Friendship Tested by Violence and Jealousy” … In her article, Ayla Yagisi discusses friendship, starting with a clinical case and referring to E Ferrante’s Naples Stories.

“Mirror Mirror, Who Are You?” In this article, Meltem Nerter discusses issues of adolescent crisis, jealousy, and violence in terms of social psychology. Questioning this study from Durkheim’s theoretical perspective, Norter emphasizes that social psychology deals with the very special, complex, and subtle social behaviors of human beings.

Text from literature

Karim Kamadan discusses Robert Mussel’s novel, which was translated into Turkish under the title Genç Törles, in his article entitled “The Desperate Awakening of Spring”.

Yavuz Erten, on the other hand, touches on the jealousy of siblings in Nahit Siri Orik’s novel Kiskanmak.

İsee Bernateau’s title, “Proustian Jealousy or the Fantasy of Totally Possession of the Love Object”, is discussed in Proust’s novel In Search of Lost Time, translated by Çagla Çakır.

In the novel, love is defined as the desire to hold a loved one. But the feeling that he will lose her is always influential.

It is not a magazine to end in one sitting. It is a magazine that should be read and viewed regularly asking questions and comparing and trying to understand life, people and especially teenagers.

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