Jack Katz How Emotions Work

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How Emotions Work

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Many of the ways in which we express and react to emotions make very little sense. From the tears that mark both the best and worst moments in our lives to the rages sparked by the most trivial of traffic annoyances, emotions surprise us-they lead us to act in ways contrary to our better judgment, and they always seem to lie just beyond our control. In How Emotions Work, Jack Katz observes situations ranging from a criminal's interrogation-room breakdown to a child's temper tantrum, and offers new approaches to understanding our emotions, their sources, and the behavior they lead to, all with unprecedented clarity.

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Road rage on L.A. freeways; the laughter of families at a fun house; a child's temper tantrum; a criminal's interrogation-room breakdown. In How Emotions Work, Jack Katz examines these situations and more, seeking clues to help us understand our emotions, their sources, and the often-surprising ways they lead us to behave.

About the Author:

Jack Katz is a professor of sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Jack Katz
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Descripción The University of Chicago Press, United States, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. New edition. Language: English . Brand New Book. How can it be that rational adults suddenly find themselves making obscene gestures at drivers who just cut them off? Why do people react with tears to events as disparate as winning a sports championship and the death of a parent? How can a child cry continuously in a cunningly strategic manner for five minutes, and then speak with no trace of the tears that were just shed? Jack Katz develops methods for unravelling these mysteries. His book undertakes to answer the fundamental questions at the heart of our emotional life. Katz fills the book with real-life emotions - crying under the pressure of police interrogation, road rage on California freeways, laughter in a funhouse, 8-year-olds shamefacedly striking out at baseball games - where their rise and fall can be observed without the artificial influence of the research process. By using videotapes, interviews, ethnographic description, participant observation and the insights of novelists, Katz studies emotions as physical and embodied - vibrantly, under the radar of a person s perceptual reach - rather than as remembered and recounted.Katz illustrates his methods with photographs and video stills that demonstrate the embodiment of emotion. The portrait that emerges is one in which people are much more sensually, intimately and aesthetically bound up in the landscapes of their lives than previous scientific studies would suggest. The text seeks to reveal the poetic and coherent logic of emotional experience and revolutionize the study of this enigmatic and essential aspect of human life. Nº de ref. de la librería AAH9780226426006

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