Sökning: "child in prehistory"

Hittade 2 avhandlingar innehållade orden child in prehistory.

  1. 1. Population Dynamics, Diet and Migrations of the Únetice Culture in Poland

    Författare :Dalia Anna Pokutta; Göteborgs universitet; Göteborgs universitet; Gothenburg University; []
    Nyckelord :palaeodemography; Bronze Age; Central Europe; Únětice culture; stable isotopes analyses; 13C and 15N analyses; 87Sr 86 strontium analyses; radiocarbon dating; palaeopathology; mobility; diet; prehistoric identity; child in prehistory; eldery in prehistory; Únětice tribal elites; prehistoric homicide; fertility; mortality; population growth; Bronze Age transportation; theory of migrations; Silesia; Wrocław; Nebra;

    Sammanfattning : Únětice kulturens roll när det kommer till formandet av bronsåldern i Europa kan inte överskattas. Uppkomsten och existensen av denna originella, utvidgande och dynamiska population markerar en av de mest intressanta tidpunkterna i europeisk förhistoria, tidpunkten då en era avslutas och en ny tar vid. LÄS MER

  2. 2. Entre identification et différenciation : La mère et l’amour dans la constitution de l’identité féminine dans La fille démantelée, La plage d’Ostende et Orlanda de Jacqueline Harpman

    Författare :Maria Snårelid; Maria Walecka-Garbalinska; Martine Renouprez; Stockholms universitet; []
    Nyckelord :HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; Harpman; psychoanalysis; preœdipal; primary narcissism; Kristeva; identification and differentiation; father of the individual prehistory; Freud; the subject’s eternal rebirth; narcissism and idealization; the symbolic; abjection; French; franska;

    Sammanfattning : The aim of this dissertation is to investigate the importance of the mother figure for the definition of the female identity in three novels by the Belgian writer and psychoanalyst Jacqueline Harpman: La fille démantelée, La plage d’Ostende and Orlanda. This perspective is largely motivated by the specific character of the mother-daughter relation which is crucial to the formation of female identity. LÄS MER