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Anarchism and Psychology

I've used an anarchist framework to help suggest relevant issues when addressing critical psychology and the interconnections between psychology and law.

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2016. Border Lines and Border Regions: Political and Personal. Fifth Estate.

2016. Parallels, Intersections, and Clashes: Journeys through the Fringes. 2015  Conference on Psycho-politics: The Cross-Sections of Science and Ideology in the History of Psy-sciences, Budapest, Hungary. In press, Central European Univeristy Press.

2016. Conversation about Anarchism and Psychology. House gathering, Athens, Greece.

2014. Anarchism. International Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology.

2014. Anarchist Morality and Personal Change. Enlightened Anarchism Conference, Lapland University, Rovaniemi, Finland.

2013. Changing Ourselves while Changing Society. Pokret za Slobodu (Serbian Freedom Fight Movement).

2012. Anarchism, Democracy, and Occupy. Occupy Boston Radio Interview. [Audiotape]

2011. Anarchism, Psychology, and Law. Free School University at Occupy Boston. [2-part video]

2011. Reflections on Occupying. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology.

2011. Anarchism and Psychology. Theory in Action. [YouTube video of conference presentation, in two parts: 1 - 2]

2009. Arrigo, B. & Fox, D. Psychology and the Law: The Crime of Policy and the Search for Justice. In D. Fox, I. Prilleltensky, & S. Austin (Eds.), Critical Psychology: An Introduction (2nd ed.). London: Sage.

2005. Israel/Palestine Political Impressions. Babylonia. (Greek Antiauthoritarian Movement newspaper)

2005. Denman Island Lessons. Brookline TAB column.

2004. Interview: Antiauthoritarianism and Critical Psychology. Babylonia.

2002. Civics Education and Ritualistic Voting. Brookline TAB column.

2002. Rules and Discretion in Community Life. Brookline TAB column

2001. From A Married Anarchist. Social Anarchism #31, 57-60.

1999. Psycholegal Scholarship's Contribution to False Consciousness About Injustice. Law and Human Behavior, 23, 9-30.

1997. False Consciousness About Law's Legitimacy. Psicología Política, 15, 39-57

1993. The Autonomy-Community Balance and the Equity-Law Distinction: Anarchy's Task for Psychological Jurisprudence. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 11, 97-109.

1992. A Political Framework for the Introductory Social Psychology Course. Contemporary Social Psychology, 16, 37-39.

1986. Beyond Individualism and Centralization. American Psychologist, 41, 231-232.

1986. Four Reasons for Humanistic Psychologists to Advocate Anarchism. Transformations, 2(1), 17-23.

1985. Psychology, Ideology, Utopia, and the Commons. American Psychologist, 40, 48-58.

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