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Integrating experiences: Body and mind moving between contexts

Tania Zittoun & Alex Gillespie

Résumé Zittoun and Gillespie propose a model of the relation between mind and society, specifically the way in which individuals develop and gain agency through society. They theorize a two-way interaction: bodies moving through society accumulate differentiated experiences, which become integrated at the level of mind. This enables psychological movement between experiences, which in turn mediates how people move through society. The model is illustrated with a longitudinal analysis of diaries written by a woman leading up to and through the Second World War.
   
Mots-clés Culture, movement, development, integrative model, War
   
Citation Zittoun, T., & Gillespie, A. (2015). Integrating experiences: Body and mind moving between contexts. In B. Wagoner, N. Chaudhary, & P. Hviid (Eds.) Integrating experiences: Body and mind moving between contexts. (pp. 3-49). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
   
Type Chapitre de livre (Anglais)
Année 2015
Editeur Brady Wagoner, Nandita Chaudhary, Pernille Hviid
Titre du livre Integrating experiences: Body and mind moving between contexts
Editeur commercial Information Age Publishing (Charlotte, NC)
Pages 3-49
Titre de la collection Nield Bohr Lecture Series II
Liée au projet Living with war: An ideographic study from three theoreti...