Dialogue, a journal for exchanges between clinical researchers, psychoanalysts, psychologists, and sociologists, focuses on the functioning and transformations of the couple and the family. Each issue aims to contribute to the work of professionals, students, and researchers who seek to examine these processes and evolutions, evaluate them, and grasp their foundation and their functions.
Being open to a variety of approaches from the humanities (sociology, anthropology, and psychoanalysis, among others) allows for an understanding of the more and less obvious constants and changes in the bonds of family and couples as well as those that operate at the unconscious, individual, and group level of their organization in terms of reality, imagination, and fantasy.
Dialogue welcomes international perspectives and sees itself as an interface between researchers, students, and practitioners in the domain of mental healthcare and, more generally, of the support that couples and families can receive in their many configurations and evolutions.
Publication Director: Alain DUCOUSSO-LACAZE
Assitant Director: Marion FELDMAN
Editorial Secretary: Aude PAYZAN
Marthe BARRACO DE PINTO, Florence BARUCH, Florence BECAR, Khalid BOUDARSE, Didier DRIEU, Philippe DRWESKI, Alain DUCOUSSO-LACAZE, Marion FELDMAN, Liliana GONZALEZ, Emmanuel GRATTON, Anne HUSSER, Isam IDRIS, Didier LE GALL, Malika MANSOURI, Haydee POPPER-GURASSA, Raphaël RIAND, Ouriel ROSENBLUM, Régine WAINTRATER.
French Scientific Committee:
Olivier ABEL, Anne AUBERT, Françoise AUBERTEL, Benoît BASTARD, Rose-Angélique BELOT, Pierre BENGHOZI, Emmanuelle BONNEVILLE-BARUCHEL, Anthony BRAULT, Muriel CADIOU, Valérie COLLART, Daniel COUM, Geneviève DELAISI DE PARSEVAL, Geneviève DJENATI, Jean-Pierre DURIF-VAREMBONT, Alberto EIGUER, Jean-François GOSSIAUX, Françoise HURSTEL, Romuald JEAN-DIT-PANNEL, René KAËS, Aurélie MAURIN, Denis MELLIER, Gérard NEYRAND, Françoise PAYEN, Marlyse PLAGNARD, Almudena SANAHUJA, François DE SINGLY, Marie-Noëlle TEYNIER.
International Scientific Committee:
Cherifa BOUATTA (Algeria), Terezinha FERES-CARNEIRO (Brazil), Sophie GILBERT, Carole HAMEL (Canada), Ezequiel JAROVLSASKY (Argentina), Brett KAHR (Great-Britain), Muriel KATZ-GILBERT, Roberto LOSSO (Argentina), Tevfyka YKIZ et Talat PARMAN (Turkey), Claire PAYOT (Switzerland).
Articles submitted for publication may not be offered simultaneously to another review. They must be between 25,000 and 30,000 characters (spaces, notes, bibliography, and abstract included). They are to be submitted in electronic form to the following email address: email@example.com.
Articles are published in French. They must be accompanied by:
1) an abstract of 700-900 characters presenting a) the research topic, the issue proposed; b) the methodology/approach (for example, is the article supported by clinical cases, are the authors psychoanalysts, sociologists, or therapists?); c) an outline of the conclusion
2) the English translation of this abstract
3) keywords in English and French; for a selection of relevant keywords, refer to the Thésaurus SantéPsy at the website: http://www.ascodocpsy.org/-Espace-Revues-
4) a bibliography
5) a mention of the name, profession, email address, and mailing address of the author(s)
Articles will be submitted anonymously to two or three referees, either members of the editorial committee or outside specialists. Accepted articles are subject to modifications of form or precisions in content at the request of the referees.
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Print ISSN : 0242-8962
Online ISSN : 1961-8662
Publisher : ERES