6 edition of Affect and Emotion (Ideas in Psychoanalysis) found in the catalog.
May 25, 2001
by Totem Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
Mood, like emotion, is an affective r, an emotion tends to have a clear focus (i.e., its cause is self-evident), while mood tends to be more unfocused and diffuse. Mood, according to Batson, Shaw and Oleson (), involves tone and intensity and a structured set of beliefs about general expectations of a future experience of pleasure or pain, or of positive or negative . EMOTION AND FILM THEORY Norbert Wiley ABSTRACT This is a comparison of the emotions we have in watching a movie with those we have in everyday life. Everyday emotion is loose in frame or con-text but rather controlled and regulated in content. Movie emotion, in con-trast, is tightly framed and boundaried but permissive and uncontrolled in by: 8.
This impressive book is simultaneously erudite, comprehensive and accessible. Ellis & Tucker place the social psychology of emotion in its historical context, whilst also providing an introduction to some of the contemporary social scientific work associated with the ‘affective turn’. In Moving Environments: Affect, Emotion, Ecology, and Film, international scholars investigate how films portray human emotional relationships with the more-than-human world and how such films act upon their viewers’ emotions. Emotion and affect are the basic mechanisms that connect us to our environment, shape our knowledge, and motivate our actions.
Political Affect investigates the relationship between the social and the somatic: how our bodies, minds, and social settings are intricately ng together concepts from science, philosophy, and politics, John Protevi develops a perspective he calls political physiology to indicate that subjectivity is socially conditioned and sometimes bypassed in favor of a . Human affect and emotion are distinctive because of their immediate entanglement with very particular human capacities for making meaning. These entanglements organize the moment of embodied change and are crucial to the ways in which affect articulates and travels. They need to be centre stage in any social theory of affect and emotion.
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Emotions and Affect in Human Factors and Human–Computer Interaction is a complete guide for conducting affect-related research and design projects in H/F and HCI domains. Introducing necessary concepts, methods, approaches, and applications, the book highlights how critical emotions and affect are to everyday life and interaction with.
This book systematically reviews research on affect and emotion in neuroscience, social psychology, sociology, and political science. It develops a critique of the ′turn to affect′ and argues for an approach based on affective practice. It provides new analyses to explain how affect travels, settles, circulates and by: Book Description.
This volume explores the relationship between representation, affect, and emotion in texts for children and young adults. It demonstrates how texts for young people function as tools for emotional socialisation, enculturation, and political persuasion.
Affect is your basic Affect and Emotion book of feeling, ranging from unpleasant to pleasant (valence), and from agitated to calm (arousal).
Emotion is a much more complex mental construction. Many scientists use the word “affect” when really they mean emotion.
They’re trying to talk about emotion cautiously, in a non-partisan way, without taking sides in any debate. As a result, in the. To first understand physical literacy, it is important to understand the complex philosophical concepts underpinning it.
Margaret Whitehead () builds upon the philosophy of intellectuals like Sarte and Merleau-Ponty who write about how our physical bodies contribute immensely to a consciousness, that it contributes to things like perceptiveness and emotion, self-realization.
The book is a valuable addition not only to the study of affect and emotion, but also to the rest of social science research. Emphasizing the importance of social interaction, it embarks on an ambitious debate on the by: Affect theory is originally attributed to the psychologist Silvan Tomkins, which he introduced in the first two volumes of his book Affect Imagery Consciousness ().
Tomkins uses the concept of affect to refer to the "biological portion of emotion," defined as the "hard-wired, preprogrammed, genetically transmitted mechanisms that exist in.
Representations of feeling in medieval literature are varied and complex. This new collection of essays demonstrates that the history of emotions and affect theory are similarly insufficient for investigating the intersection of body and mind that late Middle English literatures evoke.
The book is a valuable addition not only to the study of affect and emotion, but also to the rest of social science research. Emphasizing the importance of social interaction, it embarks on an ambitious debate on the subject. Readers already familiar. What is Affect regulation theory.
[Firstly, we must know what an emotion is, (happiness, sadness, guilt and disgust etc.) an emotion is a mental state that can rise automatically, which often coexists with distinct physiological changes. While affect is the conscious experience of emotions, which often guide our behaviour.
This volume addresses these shortcomings, bringing into conversation a variety of disciplinary perspectives on religious and secular affect and emotion.
The volume emphasizes two analytical perspectives: on the one hand, chapters take an immanent perspective, focusing on subjective feelings and emotions in relation to the religious and the secular.
Affect - or the expression of emotion - has been the subject of a lot of social science research. Unfortunately, much of it is vague, undefined, handwavey or downright woowoo.
Wetherell clears through the mess, slicing through previous scholars' arguments, assembling the rigorous bits, critiquing work in a broad range of related sub-disciplines /5. The Ascent of Affect focuses on the post–World War II period, when interest in emotions as an object of study began to revive.
Leys analyzes the ongoing debate over how to understand emotions, paying particular attention to the continual conflict between camps that argue for the intentionality or meaning of emotions but have trouble.
This volume examines the interplay between affect theory and rhetorical persuasion in mass communication. The essays collected here draw connections between affect theory, rhetorical studies, mass communication theory, cultural studies, political science, sociology, and a host of other : Lei Zhang, Carlton Clark.
Today, we try to answer it with seven essential books that bridge music, emotion and cognition, peeling away at that tender intersection of where your brain ends and your soul begins.
MUSICOPHILIA. We love the work of neuroscientist and prolific author Oliver Sacks, whose latest book, The Mind’s Eye, was one of our favorite brain books last. Affect and emotion: A new social science understanding London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: / Wetherell, Margaret.
The research for this book was funded by a one-year Economic and Social Research Council Director's Fellowship (RES ). I am grateful to the ESRC for their support, enabling the extension of our. Publisher Summary. The reciprocal relationship between self, identity, and emotion is a nearly universal element in identity theories.
The idea that emotions arise as the result of successful and unsuccessful performances of identities is key to the two most developed, formal theories of identity and emotion in contemporary sociology, as well.
This important book is a brilliant corrective to some of the careless, poorly psychologically informed work on affect. It is essential reading for all those seriously interested in the topic., Engagingly well written and using up-to-the-minute research, this book will be indispensible for those who want a comprehensive overview of 'where we are now' in research on emotions.
Affect and Social Media: Emotion, Mediation, Anxiety and Contagion, edited by Tony Sampson, Stephen Maddison, and Darren Ellis, brings together theorists and researchers who offer different perspectives on the ways in which affect shows up in social media, from the boredom at the heart of continual engagement with Facebook to the affective shaping of data and how that.
There is considerable variation in the use of words that describe emotional experience and expression. The author illustrates this semantic problem by reviewing the use and definitions of the terms "affect," "mood," "emotion," and "feeling" in some classical and contemporary works of psychiatry and psychology.
Affect and Emotion includes a variety of chapters by some of the most prominent scholars in the area of emotions and leadership, as well as chapters by rising stars.
These chapters chart the direction of future research in affect and leadership in four main areas. First, several of these chapters make a convincing argument that leaders use emotional labor and other forms of Brand: Information Age Publishing.Affect refers to the strange emotions we often centre on external objects, and the corresponding system of values we create by these attachments.
Through consideration of the media spectacle and mass emotion of events like Princess Diana's death, Affect challenges the view that emotion is a private affair, distinct from our public personas.The title of this book is misleading.
This book is not about the molecules of emotion or explaining why you feel the way you feel. It is the outlet for author, scientist, and conference speaker Candace Pert chose to share her personal and professional history, toot her own horn so to speak, and educate the average person on the new paradigm in scientific research that /5.