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Building on contributions from sociology, psychology, anthropology, philosophy, literature, and neuroscience, Henricks develops a more general account of how people discover and reproduce the meanings of their involvements with others. Among its many themes are treatments of selves as projections of personhood, of the ways in which self-expression has changed historically and is now experienced in our electronically mediated era, of emotions as framing judgments, and of ritual, play, communitas, and work as four distinctive pathways of experience.
Thomas S. Henricks is Danieley Professor of Sociology and Distinguished University Professor at Elon University. He is the author of many writings on the organization of human expression in societies, including his most recent book Play Reconsidered: Sociological Perspectives on Human Expression.
Table of Contents
Selves as Projections of Personhood
New Settings for Self-Expression
Emotions as Forms of Self-Awareness
Emotions and Social Order
Dissatisfaction, Disorder, and Desire
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