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Chapter 3 Notes Psychology of EmotionThe researcher in Ifaluk noticed little girl being overly happy kar and was about to show happiness back until one of the people told her not to because the girl would think that the researcher is not song because now the girl is at a age where she should act emotionally intelligentThe construction of emotions in the WestIn the Romantic era emotions came to be valued in personal life in politics in literature and in philosophyBy 1800 Romanticism had become firmly part of Western culture more or less inseparable from ideas of individual freedom It inspired poets novelists dramatists painters and musicians who saw it as their mission to express their emotions through art and to move readers audiences viewers and listeners to emotional experiencesMary Shelleys novel FrankensteinIn the Romantic movement we see core beliefs about human nature and about emotions as original primordial authentic causes of behavior that are alive today Emotions are powerful forces often at odds with more deliberate rational thought embodied in science and codified in cultural conventionsThe elements of a cultural approach to emotion That theme is that values concepts and ideas about the self as expressed in art forms rituals social practices and institutions shape how members of particular s
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