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Mass hysteria : critical psychology and media studies

Mass hysteria : critical psychology and media studies (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Blackman, Lisa , 1965-. Walkerdine, Valerie.
Title Statement
Mass hysteria : critical psychology and media studies / Lisa Blackman and Valerie Walkerdine.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Houndmills [Eng.] ;   New York :   PALGRAVE ,   2001.  
Physical Medium
viii, 216 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0333647815
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 197-206) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Mass media -- Psychological aspects. Social psychology.
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245 1 0 ▼a Mass hysteria : ▼b critical psychology and media studies / ▼c Lisa Blackman and Valerie Walkerdine.
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300 ▼a viii, 216 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 23 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 197-206) and index.
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650 0 ▼a Social psychology.
700 1 ▼a Walkerdine, Valerie.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Acknowledgements = ⅷ
Introduction : From 'mass hysteria' to 'people power' = 1
 People power = 2
 The 'making up' of the self = 3
 The psychology of the Other = 9
 Mass-media hysteria = 13
1 Communication breakdown = 16
 The semiotic production of reality = 19
 Summary = 25
2 Mass psychology = 26
 The psy complex = 28
 Psychology as a science of population management = 30
 The oversensitive masses = 31
 Foucault's approach to truth = 33
 Social psychology = 34
 The psychoanalysis of groups = 35
 Karl Marx = 36
 Murderous children = 37
3 Studying media consumption = 39
 Effects research = 40
 The quantification of media effects = 42
 Towards a science of media consumption? = 44
 Opposition to effects research = 45
 Towards a semiotics of media production = 47
 Uses and gratifications = 49
 Further moves to the active audience = 51
 Problems with identity = 54
4 Subjectivity, ideology and representation = 59
 The Frankfurt School = 61
 Marxism, ideology and consciousness = 64
 Louis Althusser = 66
 The unconscious structured like a language = 67
5 Feminism, psychoanalysis and the media = 70
 Basic concepts of Lacanian psychoanalysis = 70
 Screen theory = 76
 Media education = 77
6 Psychoanalysis and feminism = 79
 French psychoanalytic feminisms = 82
 Catherine Clement and Helene Cixous = 84
 Women's pleasure = 84
 Postmodernity and femininity = 86
 The nomad, the hybrid and the cyborg = 88
7 Postmodernity and the psychological = 90
 Psychological concepts in postmodernist cultural theory = 93
 Baudrillard, Lyotard and postmodernity = 95
8 Critical psychology = 101
 Critical psychology - the negation of a realist perspective = 102
 The crisis = 105
 The turn to language = 108
 The decentring of the individual = 112
 Discourse and the psychological = 114
 Going critical = 116
 Institutions, power and ideology = 116
 The positivity of power = 117
 Being-in-relation = 118
9 Criminality and psychopathology = 122
 Systems of exclusion = 124
 Mad, bad and dangerous to know = 124
 Fear on the streets = 126
 Ordinary madness = 128
 All men are rapists... = 130
 The voice of reason = 131
 The Hearing Voices Network = 132
 The materiality of signs = 134
 Do violent women exist? = 138
 Rosemary West and Princess Diana = 142
 The ordinary killer = 146
 Fascination, fear, loathing and ambivalence = 147
10 Post-identities : sexuality and the colonial subject = 152
 The age of normalization = 153
 Race and intelligence = 155
 The colonial subject = 158
 Black psychology = 158
 Fear, phobia and fetish = 159
 The active audience = 163
 The overdetermination of identity = 164
 A politics of transformation = 165
 Different sexualities = 167
 The age of repression = 168
 The homosexual stereotype = 170
 The politics of representation = 173
11 Conclusion : Princess Diana and practices of subjectification = 179
 The crowd in the age of Diana = 186
 Hysterical masses and revolutionary crowds = 187
 Psychological selfhood and self-invention = 189
 Gender, class and labour in New Britain = 191
Bibliography = 197
Index = 207


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