6 edition of Postemotional Society found in the catalog.
February 18, 1997
by Sage Publications Ltd
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
The book takes up three cases of contemporary brutalization, postemotional style -- Abu Ghraib, the prolonged and ultimately fatal beating of an unresisting prisoner in an American jail, and a soldier driven to suicide by racial slurs and physical torture. In lay terms, The Postemotional Bully provides a practical and up-to-date application of classical theoretical statements with regards to coercive forms of power in industrialized society. Furthermore, the text exposes how the role of deconstruction and mass emotional manipulation has permeated postmodern culture.
In this paper, I will argue for a middle characterization; one based on my book, Postemotional Society (), and that I call postemotional law. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Social Science Books Postemotional Society of the By Stjepan G. Mestrovic. London: Sage, Month Reviewed by Bryan S. Turner in every issue the editors of Society present a sampling of the best new lyzed American society around the dis- The title of this excellent critique of books received. They are selected on contemporary society may be some- tinction between the inner-directed and the.
Stjepan Mestrovic as presented in his books listed in the bibliography. A brief summary Mestrovic is a Durkheimian. But before applying Durkheim’s theory to modern society, he must first rehabilitate it from Mestrovic, S. G. (). Postemotional Society. London: Sage Publications. Mestrovic, S. G. (). File Size: KB. With attention to a wide range of subjects, including postemotional law and responsibility, dehumanised consumption and prosumerism, fashion, embodiment, conspicuous consumption, and sustainability, this book analyzes the structural and cultural transformations that can be identified in consumer society.
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Introducing a new term to the sociological lexicon: `postemoti /5. Introducing a new term to the sociological lexicon: 'postemotionalism', Stjepan G Me[inverted ci]strovi[ac]c argues that the focus of postmodernism has been on knowledge and information, and he demonstrates how the emotions in mass, industrial societies have been neglected to devastating Price: $ At the time Postemotional Society was written, President Clinton had just injected the appearance of American power into the Balkan War, which Meštrović interprets, in my view quite appropriately, as the war of the Serbs against the Croats and the Muslims of the former Yugoslavia.
The capture of cities, the killing of civilians, the apparently shameless braggadocio of the Serbian military Postemotional Society book civilian leadership. Mestrovic discusses the relation between knowledge and the emotions in thinkers as diverse as Durkheim, Baudrillard, Ritzer, Riesman, and Orwell.
This stimulating and provocative work concludes with a discussion of the postemotional society, where peer. Introducing a new term to the sociological lexicon: `postemotionalism', Stjepan G Me[inverted ci]strovi[ac]c argues that the focus of postmodernism has been on knowledge and information, and he demonstrates how the emotions in mass, industrial societies have been neglected to devastating effect.
Using contempoary examples, the author shows how emotion has become increasingly separated. Stjepan G. Meštrović has 25 books on Goodreads with ratings. Stjepan G. Meštrović’s most popular book is Postemotional Society. In this respect, Postemotional Society exemplifies both the importance and the dilemmas involved in the sociological study of emotions in social life Drawing upon an eclectic variety of sources, from Durkheim to Baudrillard, Riesman to Ritzer, Doestoevsy to Orwell, Mestrovic argues that modernity's diametrically opposed tendencies towards order and chaos have resulted in a new hybrid world of rationally.
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I read William Deresiewicz’s speech at Stanford for freshman. He said: “It's been said—and I'm not sure I agree with this, but it's an idea that's worth taking seriously—that you guys belong to a "postemotional" generation.
That you prefer to avoi. The postemotional society then is one of mass manipulation, fragmentation and cynicism. Mestrovic gives a diversity of examples to support the thesis of postemotionalism.
They range from the decline of dating, fast divorces, the disappearance of the Parisian cafe and the. Postemotional society is made possible by a social character that succeeded Riesman's other-directedness in which the bulk of people's emotional reactions have.
Postemotional Society will be read as critical commentary and as social and cultural theory in the great sociological tradition of Veblen, Riesman, and Mills and thus will be invaluable to students in the fields of sociology, social theory, and political science.
"A valuable and stimulating learning experience accessible, finely written. Read "Postemotional Society" by Stjepan Mestrovic available from Rakuten Kobo. With a foreword by David Riesman, author of The Lonely Crowd.
Introducing a new term to Brand: SAGE Publications. As Mestrovic rightly notes, the missing ingredient in most sociological theorising is the role of the emotions. In this respect, Postemotional Society exemplifies both the importance and the dilemmas involved in the sociological study of emotions in social life Pages: (ebook) Postemotional Society () from Dymocks online store.
With a foreword by David Riesman, author of The Lonely. Postemotional Society by Stjepan Mestrovic. Published Febru by Sage Publications Ltd. Written in English. Get this from a library.
Postemotional society. [Stjepan Gabriel Meštrović] -- Mestrović demonstrates how the emotions in mass industrial societies have been neglected to devastating effect. He shows how emotion has become increasingly separated from action and how compassion.
Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Postemotional Society av Stjepan Mestrovic på. characterization; one based on my book, Postemotional Society (), and that I call postemotional law. Postemotional law begins to take hold in societies where (1) the collective consciousness and notions of the sacred, as depicted by Emile Durkheim ( .Abstract Globalization is often seen as the final stage in the transition towards a market economy.
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