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The Hindi Films Romance and Tibetan Nations of Harmony: Emotional Attachments and
Personal Identity in the Tibetan Diaspora in India
Timm Lau
-Theres an idea of how love works by the older generation
-The younger Tibetans are exposed to Indian popular film and television and so have
ideas and practices of love, romance and marriage
-Diaspora attachment to this region or country of origin often takes a central place
-Emotions and globalization
-Through bollywood films they are engaging with popular-cultural representation
associated with processes of globalisation
oSocial changes within other societies
Emotions in Valuing Elements of the Social Environment
-Construction of identity may be highly circumscribed by notions of purity
-Tibetan cultural preservation young Tibetan refugees
oHowever they say that theres a difference between them and their
grandparents and parents
-Can speak Hindi refer to themselves as remix of Tibet, Indian and western
-Kay Miltons work importance of emotions for the way in which people engage
with and come to value specific elements in the environment
oEmotions help us learn about the environment, as well as how we feel about
the environment
oWe learn how to feel about specific elements of our environment, in childhood
through parents or other influenced figures
Emotional Attachment as Personal Appropriation
-Popularity of Indian TV is crucial to the development of tastes and interests
-Indian film in the context of emotions and values: its essentially melodramatic
characters appeals to audience by dealing with aspects of social change in
emotional terms
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The Hindi Films Romance and Tibetan Nations of Harmony: Emotional Attachments and Personal Identity in the Tibetan Diaspora in India Timm Lau - Theres an idea of how love works by the older generation - The younger Tibetans are exposed to Indian popular film and television and so have ideas and practices of love, romance and marriage - Diaspora attachment to this region or country of origin often takes a central place - Emotions and globalization - Through bollywood films they are engaging with popular-cultural representation associated with processesof globalisation o Social changes within other societies Emotions in Valuing Elements of the Social Environment - Construction of identity may be highly circumscribed by notions of purity - Tibetan cultural preservation young Tibetan refugees o However they say that theres a difference between them and their grandparents and parents - Can speak Hindi refer to themselves as remix of Tibet, Indian and western - Kay Miltons work importance of emotions for the way in which people engage with and come to value specific elements in the environment o Emotions help us learn about the environment, as well as how we feel about the environment o We learn how to feel about specific elements of our environment, in childhood through parents or other influenced figures Emotional Attachment as Personal Appropriation - Popularity of Indian TV is crucial to the development of tastes and interests - Indian film in the context of emotions and values: its essentially melodramatic characters appeals to audience by dealing with aspects of social change in emotional terms www.notesolution.com
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