Give your own analysis of the role played by Sigmund Freud in the history of gender. To what degree were his theories influential, and why have they been challenged by some later thinkers?
Length: 3,500 words
Must be original (Must pass Turn-It-In)
Must be well written, good grammar etc.
Frederick C. Crews, The Memory Wars: Freud's Legacy in Dispute
Teresa de Lauretis, "Freud, Sexuality, and Perversion"
J. Gallop, extract from "The Daughter's Seduction: Feminism and Psychoanalysis"
P. Gay, Freud, a Life for Our Time.
Nathan G Hale Jr., "Freud's critics: A critical look," Partisan Review. Spring 1999. Vol. 66, Iss. 2
S. Marcus, Ch 3 Freud and Dora, Freud and the Culture of Psychoanalysis
J. M. Masson, The Assault on Truth
J. Neu, The Cambridge Companion to Freud
P. Robinson, "Freud, Seduction and the New Puritanism" also "Introduction: The Anti-Freudian Mood." Freud and his Critics.
P.L. Rudnytsky, "Wrecking Crews," American Imago, (1999) Vol 56 No 3, pp. 285 298.
F. Rush "The Great Freudian Cover Up"
R. Webster, "The bewildered visionary", Times Literary Supplement, 16 May 1997.
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Richard Webster, Why Freud was wrong : sin, science, and psychoanalysis
Sources – Ten or fourteen sources.
Analysis – The essay must show that you have looked at several different points of view, and considered them, regardless of whether or not you agree with them. You must also show that you have your own, unique, take on the essay question – your own thoughts, expressed in the essay.
-Good clear writing.
-A flow of argument, which means that each paragraph is clearly saying something about each subject, and that the evidence, the background, and the reasons for drawing this or that conclusion are set out consecutively.
-Wide reading. A good essay has a good reading list, and shows that the scholar has really taken up the readings, often finding new books and articles beyond the set reading list. (Although no one is ever marked down for sticking to the essay reading list. It is always sufficient. But you can add to it, if you wish.)
-A sophisticated argument. This is a view, expressed in the essay, which evaluates what is or is not important, and identifies key themes and/or moments of change.
-Good use of quotations. Pick out key quotes, and a very good technique in argument is to contrast this view with that view – this shows that you are familiar with the field of literature.
-Poor writing, jumbled paragraphs not clearly separated, inaccurate use of referencing.
-Trite arguments, which repeat exactly what is said in some other source.
-Confused arguments, which agree with this writer, then that one, without seeming to notice that these are completely different views.
-Not enough quotes or references.
-Too many quotes and references, which are so numerous and long that they get up and overwhelm the essay.
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