Psycho-societal Interpretation of the Unconscious Dimensions in Everyday Life

Bidragets oversatte titel: Psyko-social tolkning af hverdagslivets ubevidste dimensioner

Henning Salling Olesen, Thomas Leithäuser

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Resumé

Dansk resume (engelsk abstract følger nedenfor):
Dette kapitel præsenterer en tilgang til at undersøge subjektive dimensioner af hverdagen med ambitionen om at forstå de ubevidste dimensioner af det sociale liv og sociale relationer, idet man trækker på den psykoanalytiske teori og fortolkningsmetoder, samtidig med at disse ubevidste dimensioner teoretiseres som udtryk for samfundsmæssige forhold formidlet gennem social interaktion.
Det kombinerer en teori om subjektivitet og en fortolkningsmetode baseret på hermeneutiske erfaringer fra tekstanalyse og psykoanalyse. Det ene hovedelement er en teori om socialisering, som begriber subjektivitet som en individuelt specifik kapacitet med bevidste såvel som ubevidste niveauer, der bygger på erfaringer fra sociale interaktioner. Det andet element er en metode til empirisk forskning af socialt organ og kommunikation i hverdagen, der udnytter hermeneutiske oplevelser fra psykoanalysen, kondenseret i begrebet scenisk forståelse, der retter opmærksomheden mod såvel bevidste betydninger som ubevidste betydninger, der kan relateres til sensuel og kropslig erfaringer.

Tilgangen lægger vægt på socialiseringens kropslige karakter, men udvider den til forståelsen af ​​sprogerhvervelse og sprogbrug, og udarbejder derved en ubevidst dimension inden for Wittgensteinian-forestillingen om sprogspil. Endelig beskriver kapitlet en praktisk implementering af scenisk forståelse og giver et par eksempler på fortolkning af profane hverdagslivseksempler.

abstract:
This chapter presents an approach to researching subjective dimensions of everyday life with the ambition of understanding the unconscious dimensions of social life and social relations, drawing on psychoanalytic theory and interpretative practices, while at the same time theorising these unconscious dimensions as imprints of societal relations mediated through social interaction.
It combines a theory of subjectivity and an interpretation methodology based on hermeneutic experiences from text analysis and psychoanalysis. One element is a theory of socialisation which conceptualises subjectivity as an individually specific capacity, with conscious as well as unconscious levels built on experience of social interactions. The other element is a methodology for empirical research of social agency and communication in everyday life which takes advantage of hermeneutic experiences from psychoanalysis, condensed in the notion of scenic understanding, attending to conscious meanings as well as unconscious meanings that may relate to sensual and bodily experiences.

The approach emphasises the bodily-ness of socialisation, but extends it to the understanding of language acquisition and language use, working out an unconscious dimension within the Wittgensteinian notion of language games. Finally, the chapter describes a practical implementation of scenic understanding, and gives a couple of examples of interpretation of mundane cases.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelMethods of Research into the Unconscious : Applying Psychoanalytic Ideas to Social Science
RedaktørerKalina Stamenova, R. D. Hinshelwood
Antal sider17
ForlagRoutledge
Publikationsdatonov. 2018
Udgave1
Sider70-86
Kapitel4
ISBN (Trykt)978-1-138-32661-3, 9781138326620
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-0-429-44975-8
StatusUdgivet - nov. 2018

Citer dette

Olesen, H. S., & Leithäuser, T. (2018). Psycho-societal Interpretation of the Unconscious Dimensions in Everyday Life. I K. Stamenova, & R. D. Hinshelwood (red.), Methods of Research into the Unconscious: Applying Psychoanalytic Ideas to Social Science (1 udg., s. 70-86). Routledge.
Olesen, Henning Salling ; Leithäuser, Thomas. / Psycho-societal Interpretation of the Unconscious Dimensions in Everyday Life. Methods of Research into the Unconscious: Applying Psychoanalytic Ideas to Social Science. red. / Kalina Stamenova ; R. D. Hinshelwood. 1. udg. Routledge, 2018. s. 70-86
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Olesen, HS & Leithäuser, T 2018, Psycho-societal Interpretation of the Unconscious Dimensions in Everyday Life. i K Stamenova & RD Hinshelwood (red), Methods of Research into the Unconscious: Applying Psychoanalytic Ideas to Social Science. 1 udg, Routledge, s. 70-86.

Psycho-societal Interpretation of the Unconscious Dimensions in Everyday Life. / Olesen, Henning Salling; Leithäuser, Thomas.

Methods of Research into the Unconscious: Applying Psychoanalytic Ideas to Social Science. red. / Kalina Stamenova; R. D. Hinshelwood. 1. udg. Routledge, 2018. s. 70-86.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

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