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Changing conceptions of crowd mind and behavior

Author: Carl F Graumann; Serge Moscovici; Study Group "Historical Change in Social Psychology."
Publisher: New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1986.
Series: Springer series in social psychology.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Conference papers and proceedings
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Changing conceptions of crowd mind and behavior.
New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1986
(OCoLC)654695420
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Carl F Graumann; Serge Moscovici; Study Group "Historical Change in Social Psychology."
ISBN: 0387961879 9780387961873 3540961879 9783540961871
OCLC Number: 12262341
Notes: First in a series of three volumes of papers which originated in symposia organized with the help of the Study Group "Historical Change in Social Psychology."
Description: ix, 241 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction / Serge Moscovici --
2. The discovery of the masses / Serge Moscovici --
A new human domension: the crowd --
How a science discovers its fact --
The riddle of crowd formation --
A science of the irrational --
Crowds are the unconscious --
Natural crowds and artificial crowds --
3. Models of suggestive influence and the disqualifications of the social crowd / Erika Apfelbaum and Gregory R. McGuire --
The political and intellectual climate of fine-de-siècle Paris --
Disqualification and revolution: The perspective of the crowd psychologies --
From medieval to psychiatric praxis --
from animal magneticism to suggestive influence --
Hypnosis versus suggestion --
The nancy/salpêtrière debate --
Binet at the salpêtrière --
dogmatic experimentation --
The pervasiveness of the hypnosis/suggestion model at the end of the 19th century --
From theories of magnetism to political ideology --
From suggestive influence to crowd psychology --
Binet at the crossroads of the social psychology of interpersonal influence --
conclusion --
4. Freud and Massenpsychologie / Jean-Micel Rey --
5. Mass psychology, social psychology, and the politics of Mussolini / Willem Doise --
Brief presentation --
Mussolini and the three authors --
Le Bon, Orano, and Sorel and the sociopsychological study of Mussolini's rise and fall --
6. The social psychology of William McDougall / Robert M. Farr --
McDougall's two volume social psychology --
Reaction to McDougall's social psychology --
Postscript --7. The individualization of the social and the desocialization of the individual: Floyd H. Allport's contribution to social psychology / Carl F. Graumann --
Social psychology as individual psychology --
The individual psychology of crowds and groups --
The individualization of social psychology: an evaluation in retrospect --
8. Conceptions of crowds and crowding / Lenelis Kruse --
Everyday experiences of crowds and crowding --
The unrelatedness of crowds and crowding in scientific research and discourse --
Crowd psychology --
Crowding phenomena and research on corwding --
The Janus-faced problem of crowd and crowding --
9. Collective behavior from the 17th to the 20th century: change of phenomena, change of perception or no change at all? Some preliminary reflections / Dieter Groh --
A paradigm change in perception --
From 'revolts' to 'revolution' the continental world --
The natural law of mass action: The angle-saxon world --The rebellious subjects: Germany --
A paradigm change in interpretation of motivation: from passions to interests (17th-18th centuries) --
A paradigm change in perceiving the 'laboring poor' in England: from low to high wages as incentive for work --
te laborer as 'working animal' and the 'unpredictable natural forces' of working class action: the German Kaiserreich --
class interests and perception --
10. Masses- from idealistic to a materialistic point of view? aspects of Marxian theory of the class / Otthein Rammstedt --
Social movement as a dialectical process --
The conflict between Bauer and Marx --
Mass and class --
11. Mass, mobilization, and the state / Pierre Birnbaum --
Individual action and collective movement --
12. The social organization of early human groups / Leon Festinger --
13. Crowd mind and behavior: afterthoughts / Carl F. Gaumann --
The historical versus scientific approach to mass phenomena --
Top-down versus bottom-up conceptions of mass phenomena --
The rationalist versus irrationalist explanations of crowd phenomena --
Author index --
Subject index.
Series Title: Springer series in social psychology.
Responsibility: edited by Carl F. Graumann and Serge Moscovici.

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