Desire for Society

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Springer Science & Business Media, 31 Οκτ 1996 - 263 σελίδες
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'A powerful, integrative, and insightful theory of society.'-Jack Meacham, State University of New York, Buffalo This provocative work presents a unified and scientifically grounded new theory on the development of society, namely, that the imaginary play of children reflects an endogenous orientation toward the construction of society. In twelve studies, Furth combines delightful observations of young children's spontaneous actions and interactions with lucid descriptions of complex psychological theories-including those of Piaget, Freud, Lacan, and Marxist scholars.
  

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Instituting Society The Developmental Thesis
1
The Evidence Empirical Studies of Childrens Societal Grasp
5
Children Playing Society
7
Children Constructing Society A New Perspective on Children at Play
8
Childrens Pretend Play
10
Getting Ready for the Royal Ball
12
Discussion
20
Commentary 1
27
FROM PSYCHOANALYSIS
135
The Signifying Function and the Field of the Other
137
Childrens Entry into the Field of the Other
144
The Societal Unconscious
148
Commentary 8 and Excursus on SelfConscious Emotions
150
FROM ETHOLOGY
155
Different Types of Communication
157
Different Types of Social Bonds
161

Appendix 11
28
Coconstructing Social Reality
31
Goffmans Frame Analysis
33
Play Frame Analysis
34
Sense and Reference
35
Analysis of a Pretend Play Sequence
36
Pretend Play in Human Development
47
Commentary 2
49
Culture and Pretend Play Zulu Children at Play
51
Pretend Play in a Zulu Township
52
Societal Features in Zulu Play
53
General Discussion
56
Commentary 3
58
Peer Society
61
Childrens Peer Interactions
62
Shared Meaning in Toddlers Peer Relations
63
Play Interactions in 3 to 4YearOld Children
68
Concluding Remarks
73
Commentary 4
75
Peer Culture
77
Data Collection
79
Analysis of Data
80
The PretendPlay Subculture
82
Commentary 5
94
Society and SpeechforSelf
99
The Narrative Genre in Emmys Monologues
101
Monologue as Social Imagination
107
Commentary 6
112
Supporting Evidence Studies from Related Fields
115
FROM ANTHROPOLOGY
117
Making History The Significance of Childhood Cognition for a Comparative Anthropology of Mind
118
Illuminating Inversions of Meaning
120
Cognitive Processes and Social Mediation
124
Cognition as a Biologically Microhistorical Process
125
The Child in Psychology and Anthropology
127
Conclusion
131
Commentary 7
133
Conclusion
163
Commentary 9
164
Theories of Society
165
Developmental Perspectives
167
The Endogenous Origin of Human Societies
168
Two Competencies Underlying Human Societies
170
In Defense of Action Knowledge
173
Psychological Chaos and the Desire of the Object
175
Children Construct a Societal Frame
178
Commentary 10 and Excursus on Human Evolution
180
Political Perspectives
183
The Imaginary Institution of Societ The Political Perspective of Castoriadis
184
Critique of Social Functionalism
187
Critique of Rational Symbolism
189
The SocialHistorical and the Radical Imaginary
191
Praxis and Revolutionary Project
195
Commentary 11
198
Marxist Cultural Perspectives
201
Dialectical Analysis of Narrative Form
202
The Political Unconscious
205
Narrative in Human Psychology
207
Society and Narrative Form
210
Commentary 12
211
Conclusion
213
The Grasp of Society
215
The Grasp of Society
220
Children Make Society
223
The Plot of the Mental Object Capacity There Is More to Piagets Permanent Object Than Meets the Eye
227
Psychology as a Plot
228
Piagets Permanent Object
230
The Object as Society
233
Vygotskys Cultural Line
236
Object and Reality
238
The Nightmare of History
243
References
251
Index
259
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