Reflections on dreamwork with central Alberta Cree: an essay on an unlikely social action vehicle
Dreams, Dream interpretation, Civilization, Modern -- 20th century
This multidisciplinary volume examines the cultural and social relevance of dream studies, looking at various ways that the field can contribute to the resolution of the modern West s most troubling social issues. The essays offer novel insights on education, sexual abuse, ecology, crime, race, gender, religion, politics, death, and cross-cultural conflict. The contributors argue that the study of dreams can provide valuable resources to regain a vibrant, trustworthy sense of moral and spiritual orientation in life.
Gackenbach, J.I. (1996). Reflections on dreamwork with central Alberta Cree: an essay on an unlikely social action vehicle . In Bulkeley, K. (Ed.). Among all these dreamers: essays on dreaming and modern society NY: SUNY Press.
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