Emotions in Social Relationships
The Interaction Between Emotions and Social Relationships
Emotions within Intimate Relationships
Principles of Sexual Love
Emotions in Marriage
Emotions in Friendships
Emotions in Hierarchical Relationships
Emotional Displays and the Negotiation of Social Rank
Power and Emotion
Social Class and Emotion
Emotions within and Between Groups
Anger and Intergroup Conflict
Disgust and Us–Them Thinking
Emotional Processes That Improve Group Relations
To Think About and Discuss
FIGURE 9.0 Auguste Renoir, “Dance at Bougival,” 1882–83. This painting was used to illustrate a story, by Lhote, about an artist seeking to persuade a young woman to model for him. In the painting we see the man thrusting his face eagerly toward the young woman and grasping her possessively. We also notice from her ring that she is married. Keeping her polite social smile, she turns away.
To be means to be for another, and through the other, for oneself. A person has no internal sovereign territory, he is wholly and always on the boundary; looking inside himself, he looks into the eyes of another or with the eyes of another.
Mikhail Bakhtin, Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics, p. 287
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