The first is the shadow which the animalistic side of a person where one is only concerned with survival and reproduction; it is the unpleasant of a person. The shadow is not anything good or bad, it is much like an animal that will kill another for food but that same animal will take care of its young, this means that it does not choose to do what it does (Boeree 2006: 5) . This side is rejected by humans and we will often refuse to admit to it. The next archetype Jung identified is the persona which acts as a mask one wears before presenting themselves to the world and represents one’s public image (Boeree 2006:5) . Jung also felt that within the persona, there is the role of male or female we must fulfill.
SIMILARITIES IN THE PSYCHOLOANALYTIC AND NEOPSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY There are some similarities in their theories, they both based their theories on the assumption that the mind or psyche is divided into the conscious and the unconscious. They both these terms in the same way: the conscious refers to that which is readily available while the unconscious is essentially irretrievable or things that we are not aware of. Jung was still attached to his Freudian roots; he emphasized the unconscious more than the Freudians do (Boersee 2006: 16). Their concept of the id and the shadow were also quite similar despite the change in name. They both represented the dark side of people for example when saving a little animal and thinking of how easy it
Anthropology studies primitive societies through ethnography in order to determine how humans develop through societal functioning and the culture they are brought up in. Freud gave several insights on psycho cultural analysis, one was that individuals daily lives are influenced by the drives of the unconscious. Psychoanalysis is unique in its ”preoccupation... with the purposes and symbolic content of thought”(LaBarre, 1968a,p.85). Freud’s psychoanalytic approach in Anthropology has been highly criticised due to many questions about personality and culture. One question was whether psychoanalytic theories of the unconscious highlight characteristics, beliefs and behaviours in non-Western populations.
Steinbeck uses many characters to generate animal imagery and show the different conceptions people have. My first example is Lennie, in Of Mice and Men Lennie is given the characteristics of many animals through animal imagery such as a bear, dog,
He might argue, that my hidden passions and desires such as becoming an artist become more prominent in the unconscious state of awareness. Also he talks about how you are able to solve emotional problems while you are asleep and dreaming (Theory of the Unconscious). This idea goes back to the quote from the beginning of this paper freud believes that much of our mind is part of the unconscious state and that only part of our personality is is visible on the
Animals are living creatures that have feelings just like a human being. Animals are not like us on the physical part, but that doesn’t mean that we have the right to kill, hurt or even experiment with them. If you ever had a pet or knew someone related to you who had a pet, they’d probably always be talking about how kind, sweet, beautiful, and lovely their animals are. Animal are even used to test products such as Shampoos, perfumes and cosmetics. Those products aren’t like the ones we use, they have different types of chemicals and they try them on the animals to see if it will affect us.
Biases have been formed towards the relationships between men and women for the bulk of time. Privileges of the men differ a great deal from the privileges of women, when it comes to roles both genders play in their everyday lives. Expectations, celibacy, and dominance are key factors that play into relationships between men and women. All of which tend to be typical male intentions, and if a female reaches out to a male she is thought of as a desperate, slut. Relationships are important for one to acquire at some point in life, though difficulty sets in immediately upon the women being forced to stay in a submissive state.
This incident shows the reader that she wants to be taken seriously by her colleagues. It also displays that Hilly deeply treasures her reputation because of her reaction towards the situation. On the other hand, Aunt Alexandra has also shown the reader signs that she values her family’s reputation. In chapter 23 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Aunt Alexandra did not allow Scout to play with Walter Cunningham because of his poor background. She said, “Because-he-is-trash, that’s why you can’t play with him.
It sounded exciting.it didn't sound like a bad thing. Not really” (1) This quote from Coraline tell us that Coraline is a little bit nervous about what she will find in the other flat. I am going to analyze this quote and the fact that without courage the novella would not be the story it is. See the courage in the book keeps it alive if Coraline collapsed with fear and didn't go on she wouldn't of saved her parents and the other mother would of tricked more kids to their doom. But because Coraline fought back against Coraline and the other mother, she had no fear of school and would have a great deal of confidence.
Sigmund Freud's Theory is truly unpredictable and despite the fact that his works on psychosexual improvement set the preparation for how our identities created, it was stand out of five sections to his general hypothesis of identity. He likewise accepted that distinctive main impetuses create amid these stages which assume a critical part by the way we communicate with the world. Maybe Freud's single most persevering and critical thought was that the human mind (identity) has more than one perspective. (Freud 1923) saw the mind organized into three sections, the id, personality and superego, all creating at distinctive stages in our lives. Id, ego, and super ego are the three sections of the psychic device characterized in Sigmund Freud's