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Psychological Anthropology (inbunden)

Psychological Anthropology

A Reader on Self in Culture

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Psychological Anthropology: A Reader in Self inCulture presents a selection of readings from recent andclassical literature with a rich diversity of insights into theindividual and society. * Presents the latest psychological research from a variety ofglobal cultures * Sheds new light on historical continuities in psychologicalanthropology * Explores the cultural relativity of emotional experience andmoral concepts among diverse peoples, the Freudian influence andrecent psychoanalytic trends in anthropology * Addresses childhood and the acquisition of culture, anethnographic focus on the self as portrayed in ritual and healing,and how psychological anthropology illuminates social change
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?The best introduction currently available for the study of psychological experience and cultural contexts around the world, prepared by the leading psychological anthropologist in the field today.? ?Thomas S. Weisner, University of California, Los Angeles

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Robert A. LeVine is Roy E. Larsen Professor of Education and Human Development, Emeritus, at Harvard University. He is author or editor of numerous books and articles, including most recently, Anthropology and Child Development (Blackwell, 2008, with Rebecca New), and is the recipient of both the Career Contribution Award from the Society for Psychological Anthropology and the Distinguished Contributions Award from the American Educational Research Association.


Acknowledgments. Introduction. Part I Constructing a Paradigm, 1917 55. Introduction Invisible Pioneers: Culture andPersonality Reconsidered. 1 The Polish Peasant in Europe and America (W. I. Thomas andFlorian Znaniecki). 2 The Psychology of Culture (Edward Sapir). 3 Culture and Experience (A. Irving Hallowell). Part II Emotion and Morality in Diverse Cultures. Introduction Human Variations: A PopulationPerspective on Psychological Processes. 4 Emotions Have Many Faces: Inuit Lessons (JeanBriggs). 5 Moral Discourse and the Rhetoric of Emotion (Geoffrey M.White). 6 Kali s Tongue (Usha Menon and Richard A.Shweder). 7 Shame and Guilt in Japan (Takie Lebra). 8 Introduction to Culture and Depression (Arthur Kleinman andByron Good). Part III Psychoanalytic Explorations throughFieldwork. Introduction After Freud: Dramas of the Psyche inCultural Context. 9 Psychoanalytic Anthropology (Robert A. Paul). 10 Is the Oedipus Complex Universal? (Anne Parsons). 11 Kagwahiv Mourning I: Dreams of a Bereaved Father (Waud H.Kracke). 12 Kagwahiv Mourning II: Ghosts, Grief, and Reminiscences(Waud H. Kracke). Part IV Childhood: Internalizing Cultural Schemas. Introduction Childhood Experience: The Role ofCommunication. 13 Cultural and Educational Variations in MaternalResponsiveness (Amy L. Richman, Patrice M. Miller, and Robert A.LeVine). 14 Self-Construction through Narrative Practices: A Chinese andAmerican Comparison of Early Socialization (Peggy J. Miller,Heidi Fung, and Judith Mintz). 15 Parent Child Communication Problems and the PerceivedInadequacies of Chinese Only Children (Vanessa L. Fong). Part V The Self in Everyday Life, Ritual, andHealing. Introduction Cultural Narratives of Self: Strategies,Defenses, and Identities. 16 The Self in Daily Dramas (Thomas Gregor). 17 Sambia Nose-Bleeding Rites and Male Proximity to Women(Gilbert H. Herdt). 18 Cross-Cultural Differences in the Self (DouglasHollan). 19 Clinical Paradigm Clashes (Joseph D. Calabrese). Part VI Psychosocial Processes in History and SocialTransformation. Introduction Culture Change: Psychosocial Processesin Social Transformation. 20 The Psychosocial Experience of Immigration (CarolaSuarez-Orozco and Marcelo M. Suarez-Orozco). 21 The Schooling of Women: Maternal Behavior and ChildEnvironments (Robert A. LeVine and Sarah A. LeVine). 22 Revitalization Movements (Anthony F. C. Wallace). 23 Culture, Charisma, and Consciousness (CharlesLindholm). Index.