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The Resource Media and the inner world: psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture : psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture, Edited by Caroline Bainbridge, Candida Yates, (electronic book ;)

Media and the inner world: psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture : psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture, Edited by Caroline Bainbridge, Candida Yates, (electronic book ;)

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Media and the inner world: psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture : psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture
Title
Media and the inner world: psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture
Title remainder
psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Caroline Bainbridge, Candida Yates
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book applies insights from the spheres of academic scholarship and clinical experience to demonstrate the usefulness of psychoanalysis for developing nuanced and innovative approaches to media and cultural analysis.
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UK-WkNB
Dewey number
302.23019
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1970-
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  • Bainbridge, Caroline
  • Yates, Candida
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  • Mass media
  • Mass media and culture
  • Popular culture
  • Psychoanalysis and culture
  • Emotions (Philosophy)
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This anthology offers unique, psycho-cultural perspectives on media, popular culture and emotion, as developed through the AHRC research network, 'Media and the Inner World'. Applying insights from the spheres of academic scholarship and clinical experience, the psycho-cultural approach of this book demonstrates the usefulness of psychoanalysis for nuanced approaches to media and cultural analysis. The chapters in this volume explore the relationship between media and the inner world by focusing on the inter-relationships between particular emotional themes and media contexts, ranging from fantasies of sporting ritual to the emotional work of cinema, the dynamics of digital narcissism and the relationship between paranoia and television. The book will be useful for students in Media Studies, Cultural Studies, Psychoanalytic Studies and Psychosocial Studies. It will also be of interest to people in professional training and practice in psychotherapeutic organisations and to professionals involved in the culture and media industries
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Media and the inner world: psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture : psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture, Edited by Caroline Bainbridge, Candida Yates, (electronic book ;)
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Contents
Introduction: Psycho-cultural Approaches to Emotion, Media and Popular Culture-- Caroline Bainbridge and Candida Yates PART I: PSYCHO-CULTURAL APPROACHES TO SPORT 1. 'Abide With Me': Mediatised Football And Collectivised Mourning-- Barry Richards 2. Political Sport and The Sport of Politics: A Psycho-cultural Study of Play, the Antics of Boris Johnson and The London 2012 Olympic Games-- Candida Yates PART II: THE EMOTIONAL WORK OF CINEMA 3. 'Cinematic Screaming' or 'All About My Mother': Lars von Trier's Cinematic Extremism as Therapeutic Encounter-- Caroline Bainbridge 4. Film Projection and Projective Identification: Film as a Teaching Tool-- Judith Edwards 5. The Body, Emotion and Cinema: Perspectives on Cinematic Experiences of das Unheimlich and Estranged Body States in The Others (Alejandro Amenabar, 2001)-- Nicola Diamond PART III: TELEVISION AND PARANOIA 6. Reflections on Television and Paranoia-- Karen Ainsbury 7. Coping with a Crisis of Meaning: Televised Paranoia-- Hugh Ortega Breton 8. 'Programmes For People Who Are Paranoid About The Way They Look': Thoughts On Paranoia, Recognition, Mirrors and Makeover Television-- Jo Whitehouse-Hart PART IV: SOCIAL MEDIA AND DIGITAL NARCISSISM 9. The Ultimate Private/Public Partnership: The Extensions of the Self in the World of the Virtual Gaze-- Aaron Balick 10. Digital Narcissism in the Consulting Room-- Jay Watts 11. Playing and Pathology: Considering Social Media as 'Secondary Transitional Objects'-- Matt Hills
Control code
9781137345547
Extent
224 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137345530
Isbn Type
2014.
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
  • PDF.
  • Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Label
Media and the inner world: psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture : psycho-cultural approaches to emotion, media and popular culture, Edited by Caroline Bainbridge, Candida Yates, (electronic book ;)
Publication
Contents
Introduction: Psycho-cultural Approaches to Emotion, Media and Popular Culture-- Caroline Bainbridge and Candida Yates PART I: PSYCHO-CULTURAL APPROACHES TO SPORT 1. 'Abide With Me': Mediatised Football And Collectivised Mourning-- Barry Richards 2. Political Sport and The Sport of Politics: A Psycho-cultural Study of Play, the Antics of Boris Johnson and The London 2012 Olympic Games-- Candida Yates PART II: THE EMOTIONAL WORK OF CINEMA 3. 'Cinematic Screaming' or 'All About My Mother': Lars von Trier's Cinematic Extremism as Therapeutic Encounter-- Caroline Bainbridge 4. Film Projection and Projective Identification: Film as a Teaching Tool-- Judith Edwards 5. The Body, Emotion and Cinema: Perspectives on Cinematic Experiences of das Unheimlich and Estranged Body States in The Others (Alejandro Amenabar, 2001)-- Nicola Diamond PART III: TELEVISION AND PARANOIA 6. Reflections on Television and Paranoia-- Karen Ainsbury 7. Coping with a Crisis of Meaning: Televised Paranoia-- Hugh Ortega Breton 8. 'Programmes For People Who Are Paranoid About The Way They Look': Thoughts On Paranoia, Recognition, Mirrors and Makeover Television-- Jo Whitehouse-Hart PART IV: SOCIAL MEDIA AND DIGITAL NARCISSISM 9. The Ultimate Private/Public Partnership: The Extensions of the Self in the World of the Virtual Gaze-- Aaron Balick 10. Digital Narcissism in the Consulting Room-- Jay Watts 11. Playing and Pathology: Considering Social Media as 'Secondary Transitional Objects'-- Matt Hills
Control code
9781137345547
Extent
224 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137345530
Isbn Type
2014.
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
  • PDF.
  • Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user

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