Jocelyn Clarke

Jocelyn Clarke lectured in Political Biography and Asian politics at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

Jocelyn Clarke reviews 'Skills, Outlooks and Passions: A psychoanalytical contribution to the study of politics' by A.F. Davies

May 1982, no. 40 01 May 1982
Jocelyn Clarke reviews 'Skills, Outlooks and Passions: A psychoanalytical contribution to the study of politics' by A.F. Davies
There is a Melbourne school in the study of politics, a group of scholars whose work in biography, and in public opinion and public administration studies has been strongly influenced by psychoanalysis, and stresses the importance of unconscious motivation. The Melbourne school is a loose grouping; some of its members would deny that it has a leader, but it owes its existence, and much of its succ ... (read more)