L'ensemble des articles ayant pour mot clé : emotion

Venir à Ground Zero, se souvenir du 11-Septembre. Peer review

Gérôme Truc | 28.04.2015

This article prolongs Halbwachs’s analysis of the spatial localisation of memories by means of a pragmatist sociology of the experience of places of memory. In other words, it aims to show how the fact that one remembers a past event by visiting the place it is said to have taken place in is dependent on the people whom one encounters and meets, on the devices in place, and on the emotions that are felt. This paper considers the case [...]

Picturing Teenage Feelings.

From Photographs of Facial Affect to fMRI Scans in the Construction of a Sexed Emotional Adolescent Brain.

Christel Gumy | 03.02.2015

Using sets of photographs of facial affect to test the emotional reactions of adolescents via fMRI, neuroscience research has taken part in the construction of a neurobiological model of adolescence which postulates that the particular brain configuration of young people indicates a lack of emotional control. This model tends to prevail in the sciences of adolescence, particularly in connection with the issue of risk behavior. This paper investigates the process whereby cognitive neurosciences, using photographic portraits of actors miming [...]

Récits médiatiques, mémoires électives.

De la construction de l’événement à celle de l’oubli : l’exemple du 11 septembre 2001.

Aurélia Lamy | 21.11.2007

“Nine eleven” is a limiting event, so much from an imaginary point of view that by the profusion of meanings that it implies. Even if initially, the watchword seems to be “Anybody will never forget this day”, progressively, political and media authorities, by the narrative configuration of the event, build a collective memory of the attacks and the lapse of memory of some components of the facts. Thus, if the mediatisation in urgency induces a globalisation of the public [...]