By Warren D. TenHouten
Founded upon the psychoevolutionary theories of Darwin, Plutchik and Izard, a normal socioevolutionary thought of the feelings - affect-spectrum conception - classifies a large spectrum of the sentiments and analyzes them at the sociological, mental and neurobiological levels.
This neurocognitive sociology of the feelings supersedes the foremost theoretical views constructed within the sociology of feelings through displaying fundamental feelings to be adaptive reactions to primary difficulties of lifestyles that have advanced into straight forward social relationships and that may expect occurrences of the whole spectrum of fundamental, advanced secondary, and tertiary emotions.
Written by way of best social theorist Warren D. TenHouten, this publication offers an encyclopaedic type of the sentiments, describing forty-six feelings intimately, and featuring a common multilevel idea of feelings and social lifestyles. The scope of assurance of this key paintings is very topical and finished, and contains the improvement of feelings in adolescence, symbolic elaboration of complicated feelings, feelings administration, violence, and cultural and gender ameliorations. whereas fundamental feelings have in actual fact outlined valences, this thought indicates that complicated feelings obey no algebraic legislation and that each one feelings have either artistic and damaging potentialities.
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François duc de La Rochefoucauld) It is well known that psychologists, and sociologists, are more focused on negative states of mind than on the positive. Psychology articles examine negative states over positive states by a ratio of 17 to 1 (Myers and Diener 1995). There has been more focus on anxiety and depression than on joy and satisfaction. : 10). But this focus on the negative is changing, as social scientists, policymakers, and laypeople express increasing interest in conditions, traits, emotions, and attitudes related to overall quality of life.
20 Theories of primary and secondary emotions reaction to the negative experience of territoriality? Assuming that valence is a crucial criterion of similarity, the candidates are the remaining two negatively-valenced emotions, disgust and sadness. Sadness is indeed similar to fear, as fear is a sudden sense of powerlessness, and sadness involves a social loss that one has been powerless to avoid. Further, both involve the self: fear is triggered by a threat to the self; sadness, by a loss to the self (Oatley and Jenkins 1996: 101).
Yet, as W. Miller shows, civilization has sensitized us to disgust, making it a key component of our social control and psychic order, with the consequence that it has become socially and psychically very difﬁcult for civilized people to talk about things disgusting without the excuses of childhood, adolescence, or transgressive joking. ) adds, such as envy, jealousy, and hatred, can be talked about decorously, so that the sinful and vicious soul is easier to own up to than “the grotesque body and the sensory offences that life itself thrusts upon us” (p.
A General Theory of Emotions and Social Life by Warren D. TenHouten