Prof Michael Rustin


NameProf Michael Rustin
Job titleProfessor
Email addressm.j.rustin@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteUEL

Research outputs

Grounded Theory methods in child psychotherapy research

Rustin, M. 2016. Grounded Theory methods in child psychotherapy research. Journal of Child Psychotherapy. 42 (2), pp. 179-197.

Book Reviews: How Secularists Deal with Traditionalists (or Don’t)

Rustin, M. 2016. Book Reviews: How Secularists Deal with Traditionalists (or Don’t). The Political Quarterly. 87 (2), pp. 280-303.

What should socialists think about China?

Rustin, M. 2016. What should socialists think about China? Theory & Struggle.

Psychotherapy and its alternatives: Commentary on a critique

Rustin, M. 2015. Psychotherapy and its alternatives: Commentary on a critique. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling. 17 (4), pp. 418-428.

Psychotherapy in a neoliberal world

Rustin, M. 2015. Psychotherapy in a neoliberal world. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling. 17 (3), pp. 225-239.

Anxieties and Defences: Normal and Abnormal

Rustin, M. 2015. Anxieties and Defences: Normal and Abnormal. Organisational & Social Dynamics. 15 (2), pp. 233-247.

Belonging to oneself alone: The spirit of neoliberalism

Rustin, M. 2014. Belonging to oneself alone: The spirit of neoliberalism. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 19 (2), pp. 145-160.

Research on the couch: single-case studies, subjectivity and scientific knowledge

Rustin, M. 2014. Research on the couch: single-case studies, subjectivity and scientific knowledge. Journal of Child Psychotherapy. 40 (1), pp. 118-126.

A relational society

Rustin, M. 2013. A relational society. Soundings. 54, pp. 23-36. https://doi.org/10.3898/136266213807299014

What do child psychotherapists know?

Rustin, M. 2009. What do child psychotherapists know? in: Midgley, N., Anderson, J. and Nesic-Vuckovic, T. Urwin, C (ed.) Child Psychotherapy and Research: New Approaches Routledge.

Social science perspectives on the 2012 Olympic Games

Rustin, M. 2008. Social science perspectives on the 2012 Olympic Games. Twenty-First Century Society. 3 (3), pp. 289-273.

Work Discussion: Implications for Research and Policy

Rustin, M. 2008. Work Discussion: Implications for Research and Policy. in: Rustin, M. and Bradley, J. (ed.) Work Discussion: Professional Practice with Children and Families Karnac Books. pp. 267-284

New Labour and the theory of globalization

Rustin, M. 2008. New Labour and the theory of globalization. Critical Social Policy. 28 (3), pp. 273-282. https://doi.org/10.1177/0261018308091269

A New Social Darwinism?

Rustin, M. 2008. A New Social Darwinism? Twenty-First Century Society. 3 (1), pp. 65-86.

The Regeneration of Doctor Who

Rustin, M. and Rustin, Margaret 2008. The Regeneration of Doctor Who. in: Plastow, J. (ed.) Children’s Literature Annual No 2 The Story and the Self: Some Psychoanalytic Perspectives University of Hertfordshire Press. pp. 142-159

What's wrong with happiness?

Rustin, M. 2007. What's wrong with happiness? Soundings.

The Long Revolution Revisited

Rustin, M. 2007. The Long Revolution Revisited. Soundings.

'Working from the Symptom’: Stuart Hall’s Political Writing

Rustin, M. 2007. 'Working from the Symptom’: Stuart Hall’s Political Writing. in: Meeks, Brian (ed.) Culture Politics Race and Diaspora: the Thought of Stuart Hall Kingston, Jamaica Ian Randle Publishers.

Sibling Catastrophes: an Essay on two Jacobean Tragedies

Rustin, Margaret and Rustin, M. 2007. Sibling Catastrophes: an Essay on two Jacobean Tragedies. Costruzioni Psicoanalitiche.

How do psychoanalysts know what they know?

Rustin, M. 2007. How do psychoanalysts know what they know? in: Braddock, L. and Lacewing, M. (ed.) The Academic Face of Psychoanalysis London Routledge. pp. 272-195

Clinical Research in Child Psychoanalysis

Rustin, M. 2007. Clinical Research in Child Psychoanalysis. in: Tussen ruis en storingen: De golflengte vinden in psychoanalytische therapie Antwerpen-Apeldoormn Garant. pp. 93-104

Infant observation research: What have we learned so far?

Rustin, M. 2006. Infant observation research: What have we learned so far? Infant Observation. 9 (1), pp. 35-52. https://doi.org/10.1080/13698030600593856

Learning from the Victoria Climbié Inquiry

Rustin, M. 2004. Learning from the Victoria Climbié Inquiry. Journal of Social Work Practice. 18 (1), pp. 9-18.

Rethinking Audit and Inspection

Rustin, M. 2004. Rethinking Audit and Inspection. Soundings.

Learning about emotions: the Tavistock approach

Rustin, M. 2003. Learning about emotions: the Tavistock approach. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling. 6 (3), pp. 187-208. https://doi.org/10.1080/0967026042000269665

Rustin, M. (2003) ‘The Shield of America‘,The Political Quarterly 74 (3) 409 - 412

Rustin, M. 2003. Rustin, M. (2003) ‘The Shield of America‘,The Political Quarterly 74 (3) 409 - 412. Political Quarterly. 74 (3), pp. 409-412.

The Making of Political Identity: Edward Thompson and William Cobbett

Rustin, M. 2003. The Making of Political Identity: Edward Thompson and William Cobbett. Soundings.

Empire: A Postmodern Theory of Revolution

Rustin, M. 2002. Empire: A Postmodern Theory of Revolution. New Political Economy. 7 (3), pp. 451-462.

Looking in the Right Place: Complexity Theory, Psychoanalysis and Infant Observation

Rustin, M. 2002. Looking in the Right Place: Complexity Theory, Psychoanalysis and Infant Observation. Infant Observation. 5 (1), pp. 122-144.
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