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To discuss our PowerPoint 'Selected and Abbreviated Theories of Cultural Emotions' and the reading to increase our understanding and knowledge of content related to cultural emotions.
Use the powerpoint and readings to discern how applicability of various theories to explain and interpret cultural emotions.
- Discuss the main theories of cultural emotions and their concepts outlined in the PowerPoint and reading. Construction of Sentiments and Values-1.pdfActions
- Discuss what you understand.
- Ask questions about what you don't understand.
- Discuss how the introductory theories and concepts (i.e, dramaturgical theory, Goffman's encounters, etc.) relate to the Mexican Quinceañera and the evolution of Black music?
- Discuss how emotional displays, emotional empathy, interaction rituals and salience of hierarchy relate to our reading?
- Discuss which theory (s) of cultural emotions relate to your experiences with cultural emotions?
Identifying and Managing Cultural Emotions: Zoom Session Dialogue
Theodoric Manley, PhD
Identifying Cultural Emotions
Name three cultural emotions you have noticed when observing people walking down the street? Use the chat function.
Managing the intensity of cultural emotions
Discuss how you manage emotional intensity during personal, social, and public encounters.
Turner and Stets (2005) Intensity of Primary Emotions “On the Origins of Human Emotions” (p. 73),
|Primary Emotions–Universal||Low-Intensity||Moderate Intensity||High Intensity|
|Happiness— Satisfaction||Content, sanguine, serenity, gratified||Cheerful, buoyant, friendly, amiable, enjoyment||Joy, bliss, rapture, jubilant, gaiety, elation, delight, thrilled, exhilarated|
|Fear—Aversion||Concern, hesitant, reluctance, shyness||Misgivings, trepidations, anxiety, scared, alarmed, unnerved, panic||Terror, horror, high anxiety|
|Anger—Assertion||Annoyed, agitated, irritated, vexed, perturbed, nettled, rankled, piqued||Displeased, frustrated, belligerent, contentious, hostility, ire, animosity, offended, consternation||Dislike, loathing, disgust, hate, despise, detest, hatred, seething, wrath, furious, inflamed, incensed, outrage|
|Sadness–Disappointment||Discouraged, downcast, dispirited||Dismayed, disheartened, glum, resigned, gloomy||Sorrow, woeful, heartsick, pained, despondent, anguished, dejected, crestfallen|
Theory (s) of Cultural Emotions
Theory: a set of interrelated ideas, concepts, and variables developed to understand, interpret, and explain cultural emotions.
explain (cause and correlation)
What ideas, concepts, and variables can you think of to understand, interpret, and explain cultural emotions? Use the chat or voice
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