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Title: The endurance of the erotic archaic mother in the heterosexual incestuous pedophile : a psychoanalytical study done on the male heterosexual pedophile from 20-40 years old
Authors: Oweis, Hala
Advisors: Issa, Hélène
Subjects: Pedophilia--Psychology
Child molesters--Lebanon--Case studies
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: 
This study focuses on the evolution of the heterosexual incestuous pedophile as a result of the unconscious violent eroticism of the archaic mother onto her infant. The channels in which this study will be based upon are through the archaic mother's breast, touch, and kisses. This research is based on three case studies all from the 'Ibeh' prison for men in Tripoli/Lebanon. Three male individuals all aged between 20-40 years, graciously accepted to undergo semi-structured interviews and two projective tests (Rocharch and TAT). The results of this study revealed that it is in fact the endurance of the unconscious violent eroticism of the archaic mother onto the infant that induces the development of the heterosexual incestuous pedophile. It is also important to realize that for the archaic mother to have such pathological unconscious eroticism, she must have endured the same violence from her own mother, when she was an infant and so on.
Description: 
Includes bibliographical references (p.59-63).

Supervised by Dr. Hélène Issa.
URI: https://scholarhub.balamand.edu.lb/handle/uob/4838
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Type: Thesis
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