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character being told (the persona), and the living person whose life was being told required a historical/empirical differentiation in the complex relationship between individuals and their past and present environment. This again posed new questions about the theorizing of the learner subjectivity. The

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In: The Societal Unconscious
1 Ambivalence and Experience
Author: Kirsten Weber

continuity in psychological reactions throughout the life history, that may also be applied on a horizontal cross section of everyday life. Freud’s point is that faced with meaningless ideas and futile activities you must trace the – long gone? – situation where the ideas were well motivated and the

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In: The Societal Unconscious
Author: Peter J. Cook

enacted and interwoven singularly, collectively, artistically, aesthetically and rhizomatically. “A/r/tography is a way of living, inquiring, and being relational” ( Springgay et al., 2007 , p. xxxi). The combination of creative and artistic practices and approaches provides for a strong alignment of the

In: Creativities in Arts Education, Research and Practice

connection to a cause, such as ecological sustainability of the living earth. Background There is a central and growing importance of contemporary life of arts in society, which is subsequently influencing arts education. While political science, as a discipline, has been strangely silent on the

In: Creativities in Arts Education, Research and Practice

energy, conveyed by images, sounds, the mimic of the actors, physically reminds us that power is not a pure play of technocratic patterns and writings. The film disrupts a certain rationalized and calculative view of management through emotion and sensation; which the cinematographic scenes bring to life

In: Turn to Film
3. The Limits of Control – Illusion or Delusion?
Author: Peter Pelzer

chance was not a one-way road. On the one hand, illusionary thinking can be useful because it leads to positive emotions and motivates one to take up challenging tasks; on the other hand, it may be better if people assess themselves and their situation more realistically. Thompson is ambiguous

In: Turn to Film
Chapter 2 Afrocentrism & Ancesterology

Silence the lived experiences of dynamic cultural identities are done so out of ignorance motivated by the need to sustain the invention of whiteness— whiteness is “the reputation of belonging to the dominant race…in the same sense that a right of action or inheritance is property” (Harris, 1993, p. 1747

In: Decolonizing Arts-Based Methodologies
4. Mentors and Mentees in Managerial Films
Author: Charles Egert

inappropriate lifestyle choices, such as in fashion or living space. It is accompanied by a lack of consumption, as opposed to the tendency to indulge in excessive, conspicuous consumption. Gordon Gecko orders Budd to see a tailor when they first have lunch, and prior to becoming associates. “You can’t come in

In: Turn to Film
10 Psychoanalysis, Fundamentalism, Critical Theory and the Unconscious
Author: Linden West

of abandonment and associated vulnerability are laid down in memory in feeling, which can be re-evoked in later stages of a life when seemingly alone, vulnerable or despairing about the condition of self, families and communities. Axel Honneth (1995 , 2007 , 2009 ) also interrogates the role of

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In: The Societal Unconscious
5. Exploring Visual Production of Entrepreneurship

). When all this is said and done, the chapter ruminates on how the use of passionate cultural entrepreneurs might motivate a theoretical understanding that shifts the focus from the psychoanalytical notion of desire, as the force induced by such advertising machineries, to one of the drives. Before

In: Turn to Film