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PINS 21

CONTENTS

Editorial

Grahame Hayes

Is "perversion" obsolete?

Robert M Young

"Avoiding the ultimate break-up" after infidelity: Marketisation of counselling and relationship-work for women in a South African advice column (1)

Lindy Wilbraham

Psychometric testing in South Africa: Views from above and below

Martin Sehlapelo & Martin Terre Blanche

Mental health policy and planning: Continuing the debates

Yogan Pillay & Melvyn Freeman

BRIEFING

Reporting on mental health

Yogan Pillay

A spanner in the works of the factory of truth: The WITS qualitative methods conference

Martin Terre Blanche

BOOK REVIEWS

The good, the bad, and the mediocre

Moller, A T (ed)(1995) Perspectives on personality. Durban: Butterworths. ISBN 0 409 10928 2.
Bruce Gillmer

The politics of remembering

Hacking, Ian (1995) Rewriting the soul: Multiple personality and the sciences of memory. Princeton: Princeton University Press (hbk).
Anthony Collins

Challenging the status quo!

Prilleltensky, I (1994) The morals and politics of psychology: Psychological discourse and the status quo. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press. 283 pages.
Arvin Bhana

Rethinking the psychology of childhood

Burman, E (1994) Deconstructing developmental psychology. London: Routledge.
Kerry Gibson

Psychoanalysing evil

Sinason, V (ed) (1994) Treating survivors of satanist abuse. London & New York: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-10543-9.
Gavin Ivey