The study of emotion tends to breach traditional academic boundaries and binary lingustics. It requires multi-modal perspectives and the suspension of dualistic conventions to appreciate its complexity.
This book analyses historical, philosophical, psychological, biological, sociological, post-structural, and technological perspectives of emotion that it argues are important for a viable social psychology of emotion. It begins with early ancient philosophical conceptualisations of pathos and ends with analytical discussions of the transmission of affect which permeate the digital revolution.
It is essential reading for upper level students and researchers of emotion in psychology, sociology, psychosocial studies and across the social sciences.
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Table of ContentsChapter 1: Two Ancient Theories of Emotion: Plato and AristotleChapter 2: Hellenistic and Medieval Theologies of EmotionChapter 3: Enlightenment Philosophies of EmotionChapter 4: The Role of Emotion in the Development of Social Psychology as a DisciplineChapter 5: Group Psychology and EmotionChapter 6: Biological Understandings of EmotionChapter 7: Sociological Understandings of EmotionChapter 8: Emotion Talk: Theories and AnalysisChapter 9: Affect Theory: Post-Structuralist AccountsChapter 10: Digital EmotionConclusion