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Che Guevara nel suo ufficio al Ministero dell'Industria, Havana (Cuba, 1963)
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Bibliografia[modifica | modifica sorgente]

  • Adler, A. (1929). The practice and theory of individual psychology (P. Radin, Trans.). London, England: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
  • Adler, A. (1958). What life should mean to you. New York, NY: Capricorn Books.
  • Alexander, I. E. (1988). Personality, psychological assessment and psychobiography. Journal of Personality, 56(1), 265 – 294.
  • Alexander, I. E. (1990). Personology: Method and content in personality assessment and psychobiography. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
  • Anderson, I. (1981). The methodology of psychological biography. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, xi (3), 455 – 475.
  • Anderson, J. L. (1997). Che Guevara: A revolutionary life. London, England: Bantam Press.
  • Ansbacher, H. L., & Ansbacher, R. R. (1956) (Eds.). The individual psychology of Alfred Adler: A systematic presentation in selections from his writings. London, England: Allen & Unwin.
  • Berman, P. (1997, October 30). The cult of che. Slate Magazine.
  • Boeree, C. G. (1997). Personality theories: Alfred Adler (1870 – 1937).
  • Byrne, M. M. (2001, March). Evaluating the findings of qualitative research [Electronic version]. Association of Operating Room Nurses Journal.
  • Carlson, R. (1988). Exemplary lives: The uses of psychobiography for theory development. Journal of Personality, 56(1), 105 – 138.
  • Castañeda, J. (1997). Compañero. The Life and Death of Che Guevara. Bloomsbury.
  • Corey, G. (2005). Theory and practice of counseling and psychotherapy (7th ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing.
  • Dewey, E. (1978). Basic applications of Adlerian psychology. Coral Springs, FL: MTI Press.
  • Dinkmeyer, D. C., Pew, W. L., & Dinkmeyer, D. C. Jr. (1979). Adlerian counseling and psychotherapy. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing.
  • Dinkmeyer, D.C., Dinkmeyer, D.C., Jr., & Sperry, L. (l987). Adlerian counseling and psychotherapy. Columbus, OH: Merrill Publishers.
  • Dreikurs, R. (1973). Psychodynamics, psychotherapy, and counseling. Chicago, IL: Alfred Adler Institute.
  • Eckstein, D. (2008). A SUPER Theory: An introduction to the theory of Individual Psychology. In Prina, P., Millar, A., Shelley, C. & John, K. (Eds.). UK Adlerian Year Book 2008, (pp. 136-151). London, England: ASIIP.
  • Edwards, D. (1990). Case study research methods: A theoretical introduction and practice manual. Rhodes University Department of Psychology, Grahamstown.
  • Elms, A. C. (1994). Uncovering lives: The uneasy alliance of biography and psychology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Does Che survive only as a t-shirt icon? The big media and many Che biographers have stressed the kitchification of Che, the former with glee, the latter with regret. Has the once fearsome revolutionary been reduced to a harmless icon? The corporate world adept at co-optation would have us think so. Rather, I would say that the "real" Che has not died, but undergone a tactical shift.

– David Kunzle, autore di Che Guevara: Icon, Myth, and Message

  • Falbo, T. (1981). Relationships between birth category, achievement, and interpersonal orientation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 41:121–131.
  • Fiske, D. (1988). From inferred personality towards personality in action. Journal of Personality, 56(1), 816-833.
  • Flick, U. (2006). An introduction to qualitative research (3rd ed.). London, England: Sage Publications.
  • Fouché, J. P. (1999). The life of Jan Christiaan Smuts: A psychobiographical study. University of Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth.
  • Fouché, J. P., & van Niekerk, R. (2005a, June). Psychobiography: An interdisciplinary approach between psychology and biography in the narrative reconstruction of personal lives. Paper presented at the International Society of Theoretical Psychology Conference, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Fouché, J. P., & van Niekerk, R. (2005b, June). Psychobiography: Methodological criticisms, constraints and strategic considerations. Paper presented at the International Society of Theoretical Psychology Conference, Cape Town, SouthAfrica.
  • Franklin, J. (1997, May). Che Guevara: Guerilla heroica. The Nation.
  • Guevara, E. Che (1992). The Motorcycle Diaries. A Journey Around South America. Fourth Estate.
  • Guevara, E. Che (2003). The Motorcycle Diaries. Harper Perennial.
  • Guevara, E. Che (2006). Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War. Harper Perennial.
  • Guevara, E. Che (2006). The Bolivian Diary. Harper Perennial.
"In cyberspace there are hundreds of Che Web pages in every language from Italian to Norwegian."

Che Chic di Brook Larmer, Newsweek,
21 luglio 1997

  • Heer, D. M. (1985). Effects of sibling number on child outcome. Annual Review of Sociology 11:27–47.
  • Hoffman, L. W. (1991). The influence of the family environment on personality: Accounting for sibling differences. Psychological Bulletin 110:187–203.
  • Hunt, N. (2008). The truth about Che Guevara.
  • Kaplan, H. (1991). A guide for explaining social interest to laypersons. Individual Psychology, 47(1), 82-85.
  • Kierkegaard, S., & Hannay, A. (2006). Papers and journals: A selection. London, England: Penguin Books.
  • Krefting, L. (1991). Rigour in qualitative research: The assessment of trustworthiness. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 45(3), 214 – 222.
  • Kunzle, D. 1997. Che Guevara: Icon, Myth, and Message. UCLA.
  • McAdams, D. P. (1994). The person: An introduction to personality psychology (2nd ed.). Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace & Company.
  • McCormick, G. H. (1998). Che Guevara: The legacy of a revolutionary man. World Policy Journal. Vol. 14, No. 4 (Winter 1997/1998), pp. 63-79.
  • McLeod, J. (1994). Doing counseling research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Meyer, W., Moore, C., & Viljoen, H. (2003). Personology: From individual to ecosystem (3rd ed.). Sandown, South Africa: Heinemann Publishers.
  • Manaster, G., & Corsini, R. (1982). Individual Psychology: Theory and Practice. New York, NY: F.E. Peacock.
  • Neuman, W. L. (2003). Social research methods: Qualitative and quantitative approaches (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
  • Orgler, H. (1963). Alfred Adler: The man and his work. London, England: Sidgwick and Jackson.
"Che's appeal is emotional. His death in Bolivia as a relatively young man created Che as secular Christ, the man who took upon himself the sins of the world and gave his life for the cause of the oppressed. His memory remains available to the oppressed; his image continues to inspire the hope of change and the virtue of rebellion, enhanced rather than diminished by his defeat. Christ, too, was defeated on earth and, again like Christ, Che's death conveys a promise of redemption through inspiration."

– "Still a Messiah?" di Isabel Hilton,
New Statesman, 4 ottobre 2007

  • Peluso, P. (2006). Life-Style Assessment. In: S. Slavik & J. Carlson. Readings in the Theory of Individual Psychology. (pp. 189-206). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Phillips, A. S., & Phillips, C. R. (1994). Birth order and achievement attributions. Individual Psychology 50:119–124.
  • Reid-Henry, S. (2009). Fidel and Che: The Revolutionary Friendship Between Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. Sceptre.
  • Roberts, B. (2002). Biographical research. Philadelphia, PA: Open University Press.
  • Rodgers, J. L., Cleveland, H. H., van den Oord, E., & Rowe, D. C. (2000). Resolving the debate over birth order, family size, and intelligence. American Psychologist 55:599–612.
  • Rogers, C. (1951). Client-centered therapy. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin.
  • Runyan, W. M. (1984). Life histories and psychobiography: Explorations in theory and method. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Runyan, W. (1988). Idiographic goals and methods in the study of lives. Journal of Personality, 56 (1), 295-326
  • Schultz, T. W. (2005). (Ed.). Handbook of psychobiography. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Sierra, J. A. (2009). Ernesto che Guevara.
  • Sinclair, A. (1998). Che Guevara. Sutton Publishing.
  • Sputa, C. L., & Paulson, S. E. (1995). Birth order and family size: Influences on adolescents’ achievement and related parenting behaviors. Psychological Reports. 76:43–51.
  • Steelman, L. C. (1985). A tale of two variables: A review of the intellectual consequences of sibship size and birth order. Review of Educational Research 55:353–386.
  • Stewart, A. E., & Stewart, E. A. (1995). Trends in birth order research: 1976–1993. Individual Psychology: Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research and Practice 51:21–36.
  • Stroud, L. (2004). A psychobiographical study of Mother Teresa. University of Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth.
  • Strydom, H., & Delport, C. S. L. (2005). Sampling and pilot study in qualitative research. In A. S. De Vos, H. Strydom, C. B. Fouché, & C. S. L. Delport, Research at grass roots for the social sciences and human service professions (3rd ed.), (pp.327 – 332). Pretoria, South Africa: Van Schaik Publishers.
  • Sulloway, F. J. (1996). Born to rebel: Birth order, family dynamics, and creative lives. New York, NY: Pantheon Books.
  • Vandergriff, L., & Rust, J. O. (1985). The relationship between classroom behaviour and self-concept. Education. 106:172–178.
  • Vorster, T. (2003). Balthazar Johannes Vorster: A psychobiographical study.
  • Yardley, L. (2000). Dilemmas in qualitative health research. Psychology and Health, 15, 215-228.
  • Yin, R. (1994). Case study research: Design and methods (2nd ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

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Il rullino completo di Alberto Korda scattato durante il servizio commemorativo di La Coubre del 5 marzo 1960 a L'Havana, Cuba. Il rullino contiene immagini di Fidel Castro, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir e la famosa immagine di Che Guevara intitolata Guerrillero Heroico