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The Mandala Typology of C.G Jung
How Is This E-book Structured?

THE ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN
The project consists of 16 chapters, divided into four parts: The sixteen chapters range from Jung’s theories to internet websites devoted to current typological interest, many of which have a Jungian connection or influence.

PART I A JUNGIAN PERSPECTIVE
PART II BOOKS, BOOK SECTIONS, PERIODICALS & SAMPLED THESES
PART III DISSERTATIONS
PART IV WEBLIOGRAPHIES


PART I A JUNGIAN PERSPECTIVE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS, PROJECT MAP, PROJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
CHAPTER 01 INTRODUCTION
PART II BOOKS, BOOK SECTIONS, PERIODICALS & A SAMPLING OF THESES
CHAPTER 02 FOUNDATIONS
CHAPTER 03 THE MODEL
CHAPTER 04 ASSESSMENT: THE INSTRUMENT PROBLEM
CHAPTER 05 TYPOLOGY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
CHAPTER 06 APPLICATIONS
CHAPTER 07 GENDER & ARCHETYPAL MODELING
CHAPTER 08 EXTENSIONS, MODIFICATIONS, & MUTATIONS
CHAPTER 09 EXPLORATIONS IN INTEGRATION & CORRELATION
CHAPTER 10 ALTERNATIVE TYPOLOGICAL MODELS: A SAMPLING
CHAPTER 11 TYPOLOGY IN INTRODUCTIONS TO JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY
CHAPTER 12 TYPOLOGY IN BIOGRAPHIES & CRITICAL STUDIES OF JUNG
CHAPTER 13 REVIEWS OF TYPOLOGICAL MATERIALS
CHAPTER 14 AUDIO-VISUAL & COMPUTER
PART III DISSERTATIONS
CHAPTER 15 UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH: BIBLIOGRAPHIES
PART IV WEBLIOGRAPHIES
CHAPTER 16 TYPOLOGY ON THE INTERNET
APPENDICES
A1 A READER’S GUIDE TO JUNG’S TYPOLOGY
A2 MY ROCKY ROAD TO TYPOLOGICAL ENLIGHTENMENT
A3 STRUCTURE & PROCESS IN JUNG’S TYPOLOGY


THE PROJECT MAP
At the beginning of each chapter is a page called “Mapping The Territory”.
It shows where each chapter fits into the project as a whole.






BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
All commentary documents are identified by the author’s last name (and, occasionally with an additional qualifier where there are many papers by the same author), project chapter, project section, and the year of publication.





For example - DETLOFF.C6S62SS622.78

The author is Detloff and complete bibliographic details will be found in the bibliography for Chapter 6 (Applications), Section 6.2 (Arts) Sub-section 6.2.2 (Language). The paper was published in 1978. To bring the commentary to the screen, click on his Commentary Locator (DETLOFF.C6S62SS622.78)

THE SEARCH FUNCTION
Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 allows quite sophisticated searches by word or number and it has a boolean capability. For example, to check on material on the application of Jung’s typology to the field of literary criticism which is found in chapter 6 (Applications), section 6.2 (The Arts), sub-section 6.2.5 (Literary Criticism), enter C6S62SS625 (the identifier indicated in the Table of Contents for either the project as a whole of the chapter 6) in the search function of the Reader. All chapters are bookmarked.

Since Acrobat Reader will also check all documents in a drive or a file folder, to find if there is anything written about Sherlock Holmes select the appropriate drive and folder by using the browse function and enter the name. The result is shown in the following illustration. By pointing to the “hit”, detailed information about the document and its location is shown. By clicking on the “hit” the document will be brought into the reader.






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