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Inventing the psychological : toward a cultural history of emotional life in America

著者: Joel Pfister; Nancy Schnog
出版商: New Haven, [Conn.] : Yale University Press, ©1997.
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Interdisciplinary scholars investigate how emotions have been shaped by mass media, economics, domesticity, and the arts due to ideological changes in the family, race class gender and sexuality over the past two centuries in America.
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提及的人: Mark Twain; Thomas Eakins
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所有的著者/提供者: Joel Pfister; Nancy Schnog
ISBN: 0300068093 9780300068092 0300070063 9780300070064
OCLC号码: 34967797
描述: xiv, 329 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
内容: On inventing the psychological / Nancy Schnog --
On conceptualizing the cultural history of emotional and psychological life in America / Joel Pfister --
Oedipus and America : historical perspectives on the reception of psychoanalysis in the United States ; History and the psychosocial : reflections on "Oedipus and America" / John Demos --
Changing emotions : moods and the nineteenth-century American woman writer / Nancy Schnog --
Domestic interiors : boyhood nostalgia and affective labor in the Gilded Age / Richard S. Lowry --
Modern psychological selfhood in the art of Thomas Eakins / David M. Lubin --
Glamorizing the psychological : the politics of the performances of modern psychological identities / Joel Pfister --
Educating the emotions : academic psychology, textbooks, and the psychology industry, 1890-1940 / Jill G. Morawski --
Epistemology of the bunker : the brainwashed and other new subjects of permanent war / Catherine Lutz --
Deep jazz : notes on interiority, race, and criticism / Robert Walser --
Beyond the talking cure : listening to female testimony on the Oprah Winfrey Show / Franny Nudelman.
责任: edited by Joel Pfister and Nancy Schnog.

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Interdisciplinary scholars investigate how emotions have been shaped by mass media, economics, domesticity, and the arts due to ideological changes in the family, race class gender and sexuality over the past two centuries in America.

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