Mixed Emotions (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
240
Utgivningsdatum
2005-06-01
Förlag
Berg Publishers
Medarbetare
Milton, Kay
Illustratör/Fotograf
index bibliography
Illustrationer
bibliography, index
Dimensioner
228 x 152 x 19 mm
Vikt
362 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
449:B&W 6.14 x 9.21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam
ISBN
9781845200794
Mixed Emotions (häftad)

Mixed Emotions

Anthropological Studies of Feeling

Häftad Engelska, 2005-06-01
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Emotions are of increasing interest in all the human sciences. In the past two decades, a growing number of anthropologists have explored emotional dynamics in a variety of geographic and cultural settings, and have developed various, at times conflicting, theories of emotion. This book fills a major gap by providing a concise introduction to the anthropology of emotions that outlines some of the major themes and controversies. Drawing on fieldwork undertaken in Europe, Japan and Melanesia, the authors explore how consciousness, memory, identity and politics are intimately related to emotional processes. A broad range of case studies covers such topics as how fear is managed in Belfast, how Spanish gypsies grieve and why Japanese tourists are drawn to monkey parks. This book will be of interest to anyone seeking to understand the formative impact emotions have on culture and society in an increasingly globalized world.
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'This useful collection should be of interest to not only anthropologists but to psychologists, philosophers and sociologists as well.'Choice Magazine'I read this book with great interest, and I will continue to think about many of the issues raised for a considerable time to come. This is a most welcome addition to anthropological studies of emotion.'Katie Glaskin, University of Western Australia, Anthropological Forum Vol 18, No. 1, March 2008

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Kay Milton is Head of the School of Anthropological Studies, Queens University Belfast. Maruska Svasek is a researcher in the School of Anthropological Studies, Queens University Belfast.

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FINAL Introduction: Emotions in anthropology Maruska Svasek, Queen's University Belfast Chapter 1: Meaning, feeling and human ecology Kay Milton, Queen's Universiy Belfast Chapter 2: Darwin on the expression of the emotions: the eclipse of a research programme Peter Bowler, Queen's University Belfast Chapter 3: Being there: emotion and imagination in anthropologists' encounters Elizabeth Tonkin, Professor Emerita, Queen's University Belfast Chapter 4: Resentment as a sense of self Lisette Josephides, Queen's University Belfast Chapter 5: Emotion, memory and religious rituals: an assessment of two theories Harvey Whitehouse, Queen's University Belfast Chapter 6: When intuitive knowledge fails: emotion, art and resolution Paul Sant Cassia, University of Durham Chapter 7: 'Catholics, Protestants and office workers from the town': the experience and negotiation of fear in Northern Ireland Karen D. Lysaght, Dublin Institute of Technology Chapter 8: 'As if someone dear to me had died': intimate landscapes, political subjectivity, and the problem of a park in Sardinia Tracey Heatherington, University of Wisconsin, USA Chapter 9: Love, suffering and grief among Spanish Gitanos Paloma Gay y Blasco, University of St Andrews Chapter 10: Maternal feelings on monkey mountain: cross-species emotional affinity in Japan John Knight, Queen's University Belfast Chapter 11: The politics of chosen trauma: expellee memories, emotions and identities Maruska Svasek, Queen's University Belfast Afterword Kay Milton, Queen's University Belfast