Howard F. Stein

Howard F. Stein is an organizational, applied, psychoanalytic, and medical anthropologist, psychohistorian, organizational consultant, and poet. He is Professor Emeritus of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where he taught for nearly 35 years. He facilitated the American Indian Diabetes Prevention Center's meetings from 2012 to 2017. He is a long-time member of the International Psychohistorical Association.

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Euphemism, spin and the crisis in organizational life:

Euphemism, spin and the crisis in organizational life:

by Howard F. Stein

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This text presents a study of the mystifying language of workplace downsizing, restructuring, reengineering and community disaster, and how we deceive ourselves by masking the true horror of these... (more)

The human cost of management failure: Organizational downsizing at General Hospital

The human cost of management failure: Organizational downsizing at General Hospital

Edited by Seth Allcorn, Michael A. Diamond

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Presents an in-depth examination of the effects that the popular approaches to management organisational change - downsizing, restructuring and re- engineering - had on a major American hospital.... (more)

Psychoanalytic Insights into Social, Political, and Organizational Dynamics: Understanding the Age of Trump

Psychoanalytic Insights into Social, Political, and Organizational Dynamics: Understanding the Age of Trump

by Seth Allcorn, Howard F. Stein

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This fascinating interdisciplinary work explores U.S. politics since 2015 and offers psychodynamic insights into the unconscious undercurrents of contemporary culture and politics in the United... (more)

Clinical Stories and their Translations

Clinical Stories and their Translations

Edited by Howard F. Stein

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Clinical Stories and Their Translations proposes and illustrates via numerous case examples, the utility of a psychology-informed ethnographic method of clinical thinking, teaching, supervision and... (more)

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