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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Intersubjectivity and the schizophrenic experience: a hermeneutic phenomoneological exploration of being-in-relation

Bradfield, Bruce Christopher January 2006 (has links)
This research project has its origin and motivation in work done by Lysaker, Johannesen and Lysaker (2005), which explored the experience of being as a person with schizophrenia in relation to other individuals. The researchers examined the nature of the schizophrenic experience from within the framework of the dialogical model of self, and presented schizophrenic intersubjectivity as a potentially horrifying and disintegrating experience. Lysaker et al (2005) discuss the notion that the individual self unfolds as a composite structure of multiple selves, existing in dialogical interaction with one another. Their research aimed to show that the individual with schizophrenia experiences difficulty tolerating this dialogue on an intrapsychic level. Because interpersonal exchange requires that individuals adopt a variety of self-other modes of relatedness, suggest Lysaker et al, interpersonal engagement for the person with schizophrenia is disclosed as profoundly threatening (ibid.) Moving from the above-mentioned research, this project aims through a hermeneutic phenomenological process to clarify and narrate the subtleties of the intersubjective experience, as that experience is disclosed in the lived world of a person with schizophrenia. How does such an individual experience self in relation to other? How does such an individual negotiate their sense of self in terms of their dialogicality? The phenomenological hermeneutic method, as shaped by such theorists as Gadamer (1976), Heidegger (1962) and Buber (1970), will emerge as the interpretive platform upon which these questions are approached.
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Delusions of gender : sex, identity and intersubjectivity

Day, Elizabeth, 1965- January 2001 (has links)
Abstract not available
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Intersubjectivity and learning: a socio-semantic investigation of classroom discourse

Jones, Pauline, School of English, UNSW January 2005 (has links)
This thesis is concerned with the shaping of pedagogic subjectivities through classroom talk. It addresses a number of research questions, namely: In what ways do forms of intersubjectivity created in classroom talk shape the learning for children in two socioeconomically disadvantaged classrooms? How do teachers??? variant readings of official curriculum documents impact on classroom practices? How might the role of the teacher in such classrooms be usefully understood and articulated? The research described in the thesis draws on socio-cultural approaches to language, learning and pedagogy. Systemic functional linguistics, which models cognition as meaning, provides the major theoretical position together with tools for close linguistic analysis (Halliday 1994, 1999). Vygotsky???s complementary view of learning as the consequence of joint activity in semioticised environments highlights the role of the mediating agent (1978). Bernstein???s theory of pedagogic relations provides a useful framework for understanding the circulation of cultural dynamics through locally situated pedagogic settings (1990, 1996, 2000). The research adopts a case study approach; data comprises talk produced during a complete curriculum cycle in each primary classroom as well as interviews, written texts and official curriculum documents. The analysis proceeds through phases; that is, it initially describes the curriculum macrogenres (Christie 2002) then moves to more detailed linguistic analyses of prototypical texts from each setting. Mood, speech function and appraisal (Eggins & Slade 1997, Martin & Rose 2003) are systems recognised in the SFL model as those which enact intersubjective relations. Close attention to their deployment in classroom interactions reveals much about how broad social roles are enacted, how the moral regulation of the learners is accomplished and how subtle differences in learning take place. The analysis reveals considerable difference in the educational knowledge under negotiation. In one classroom, learners are stranded in localised, everyday discourses; while in the other, learners are given access to more highly valued curriculum discourses. It is argued that the interactive practices which produce such difference result from teachers??? readings of the official curriculum; readings which are shaped by particular philosophical orientations to curriculum, together with features of the local settings and their relations to the official pedagogic field.
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Intersubjectivity and learning: a socio-semantic investigation of classroom discourse

Jones, Pauline, School of English, UNSW January 2005 (has links)
This thesis is concerned with the shaping of pedagogic subjectivities through classroom talk. It addresses a number of research questions, namely: In what ways do forms of intersubjectivity created in classroom talk shape the learning for children in two socioeconomically disadvantaged classrooms? How do teachers??? variant readings of official curriculum documents impact on classroom practices? How might the role of the teacher in such classrooms be usefully understood and articulated? The research described in the thesis draws on socio-cultural approaches to language, learning and pedagogy. Systemic functional linguistics, which models cognition as meaning, provides the major theoretical position together with tools for close linguistic analysis (Halliday 1994, 1999). Vygotsky???s complementary view of learning as the consequence of joint activity in semioticised environments highlights the role of the mediating agent (1978). Bernstein???s theory of pedagogic relations provides a useful framework for understanding the circulation of cultural dynamics through locally situated pedagogic settings (1990, 1996, 2000). The research adopts a case study approach; data comprises talk produced during a complete curriculum cycle in each primary classroom as well as interviews, written texts and official curriculum documents. The analysis proceeds through phases; that is, it initially describes the curriculum macrogenres (Christie 2002) then moves to more detailed linguistic analyses of prototypical texts from each setting. Mood, speech function and appraisal (Eggins & Slade 1997, Martin & Rose 2003) are systems recognised in the SFL model as those which enact intersubjective relations. Close attention to their deployment in classroom interactions reveals much about how broad social roles are enacted, how the moral regulation of the learners is accomplished and how subtle differences in learning take place. The analysis reveals considerable difference in the educational knowledge under negotiation. In one classroom, learners are stranded in localised, everyday discourses; while in the other, learners are given access to more highly valued curriculum discourses. It is argued that the interactive practices which produce such difference result from teachers??? readings of the official curriculum; readings which are shaped by particular philosophical orientations to curriculum, together with features of the local settings and their relations to the official pedagogic field.
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Bildung und Anerkennung : soziale Voraussetzungen von Selbst-Entwicklung und Welt-Erschließung /

Stojanov, Krassimir. January 2006 (has links) (PDF)
Univ., Habil.-Schr.--Magdeburg, 2005. / Literaturverz. S. 225 - 232.
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The rhythm of embodied encounters intersubjectivity in Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology /

Verhage, Florentien. January 1900 (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D.). / Written for the Dept. of Philosophy. Title from title page of PDF (viewed 2009/06/11). Includes bibliographical references.
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Intentionality and intersubjectivity /

Almäng, Jan, January 2007 (has links)
Diss. Göteborg : Göteborgs universitet, 2007.
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Kūno reikšmė intersubjektyviuose santykiuose (Jeanas-Paulis Sartre'as ir Maurice Merleau-Ponty) / The Role of Body in Intersubjective Realations (Jeane-Paulio Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty)

Šubonytė, Jurgita 04 August 2008 (has links)
Jeanas-Paulis Sartre'as ir Maurice Merleau-Ponty neabejotinai priskiriami fenomenologinei tradicijai. Šiame darbe tiriama, kaip Jeanas-Paulis Sartre'as ir Maurice Merleau-Ponty sprendžia žmogaus kūno problemą intersubjektyvių santykių kontekste. Kūnas yra neatsiejamas nuo intersubjektyvių santykių, kadangi pirmiausia aš su Kitu susiduriu kaip su kitu priešais mane stovinčiu kūnu. Baigiamojo magistro darbo tikslas yra atskleisti Jeano-Paulio Sartre'o ir Maurice Merleau-Ponty fenomenologinio kūno sampratas. Darbe ypatingas dėmesys skiriamas žvilgsnio fenomeno analizei. Analizuodamas žvilgsnio fenomeną, Jeanas Paulis Sartre'as akcentuoja ne tai, kaip aš suprantu Kitą žvilgsnio metu, o tai, kaip kitas, žvelgdamas į mane, konstatuoja mano būtį bei atskleidžia mane kaip objektą, į kurį jis žvelgia. Žvilgsnis Jeanui-Pauliu Sartre'ui suprantamas kaip agresyvus ir nukreiptas į kitą, t.y. kaip objektyvuojantis mane. Maurice Merleau-Ponty žvilgsnio fenomeną suvokia kaip dviejų subjektų suokalbį; Kitas nėra akcentuojamas kaip radikaliai priešingas man. Kalbant apie intersubjektyvius santykius, kūnas yra suvokiamas kaip pamatinė sąvoka, kadangi intersubjektyvūs santykiai visų pirma ir yra dviejų kūnų susidūrimas. Būtent todėl žmogaus kūno fenomenas yra atskleidžiamas intersubjektyvių santykių kontekste. Kūnas suprantamas kaip pamatinis žmogaus būties būdas; jis yra išraiškingas ir išgyvenamas. Be to, kūnas suprantamas kaip bet kokio patyrimo pradžia. Darbas konstruojamas lyginamosios... [toliau žr. visą tekstą] / Jeane-Paulio Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty certainly belong to the tradition of phenomenology. This thesis analyses the problem of body in the context of intersubjective relations as presented by Jeane-Paulio Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty. The aim of the thesis is to clarify Jeane-Paulio Sartre’s and Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s notions of phenomenological body. Body cannot be separated from intersubjective relations because, first of all, I encounter the Other as the body standing in front of me. Special attention is paid to the analysis of the phenomenon of gaze. During the analysis of gaze, Jeane-Paulio Sartre does not emphasise the notion of how I perceive Other in the process of gaze. He rather pays attention to the notion how Other, while looking at me, states my being and perceives me as an object of his gaze. Gaze is understood by Jeane-Paulio Sartre as aggressive and directed towards the Other. Maurice Merleau-Ponty perceives the phenomenon of gaze as a collaboration of two subjects; the Other is not perceived as a completely opposed to me being. While talking about intersubjective relations, it should be noted that body is perceived as an underlying concept. Intersubjective relations are, first of all, a confrontation of two bodies. That is why the phenomenon of human body is revealed in the context of intersubjective relations. Body is perceived as an underlying mode of being. Body is expressive, powerful and lived. Besides, body is perceived as the initial... [to full text]
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Intersubjektyvumo ir kūniškumo plotmių sankirta. Fenomenologinė perspektyva / Intersection of intersubjectivity and corporeality. The phenomenological perspective

Večerskis, Donatas 19 May 2009 (has links)
Disertacijoje tyrinėjamos kūniškumo ir intersubjektyvumo plotmės bei jų sąsajos. Intersubjektyvumas disertacijoje analizuojamas žmogaus mąstymo atvirumo kitybei ir Kito svetimumo pažinimo galimybės šviesoje. Kūniškumas apmąstomas kaip žmogaus buvimo pasaulyje perspektyva, atliekamas neobjektyvizuojantis kūniškumo ir su juo susijusių reiškinių tyrimas. Analizuojama, kaip tarpusavyje susijusios intersubjektyvumo ir kūniškumo plotmės, ir ką ši sąsaja byloja. Disertacijos tyrimo tikslas – tyrinėjant intersubjektyvumo, interkūniškumo plotmes bei jų sąsajas, atskleisti intersubjektyvumo kilmę įvairialypėse kitybės patirtyse, kūniškumo fenomeno specifiškumą ir abiejų šių plotmių saitus bei abipusę jų priklausomybę kaip interkūniškumą. Disertacijoje naudojama dvejopa tyrimo strategija: analizuojami filosofų tekstai, pagrindinį dėmesį sutelkiant į fenomenologinę tradiciją atstovaujančių autorių tekstus, ir nuolat atsigręžiama į patirtinį aprašomų fenomenų lauką. Disertaciją sudaro įvadas, trys dalys, išvados ir literatūros sąrašas. Disertacijos struktūrą lėmė išsikelto tyrimo tikslo įgyvendinimas: interubjektyvumo tyrimas atveda prie kūniškumo plotmės, o pastarosios tyrimas galiausiai atveria naują intersubjektyvumo aspektą – interkūniškumą, kuris, kaip abiejų plotmių sąsaja, yra tyrinėjamas paskutinėje dalyje. / There are explored interconnections between corporeality and intersubjectivity in this thesis. Intersubjectivity is reflected in the light of openness of person’s thinking to otherness and in the light of Other’s alliance for possibility of recognition. Corporeality is perceived as a perspective of human being in the world; the research on the non-objective corporeality is being carried out along with connection to phenomena. It is being considered how fields of corporeality and intersubjectivity interconnect together and what this bond tells to us. The aim of this thesis is to reveal, while analyzing fields of intersubjectivity and corporeality, the origin of intersubjectivity in experiences of various alterations, the particularity of corporeality and the intersections of both fields in the intercorporeality. In this thesis the dual research strategy is used: the philosophical texts are being analyzed (the major attention is directed to those texts of the authors, which are represented by the phenomenological tradition) and there is a constant turning back to the experience descriptions of phenomena. The thesis consists of the introduction, three sections, conclusion and the list of literature used. The structure of the thesis is predetermined by the fulfillment of the aim set: the research of intersubjectivity leads to the field of corporeality, and the investigation of the latter finally opens up the new aspect of intersubjectivity – intercorporeality, which as the... [to full text]
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Intersection of intersubjectivity and corporeality. The phenomenological perspective / Intersubjektyvumo ir kūniškumo plotmių sankirta. Fenomenologinė perspektyva

Večerskis, Donatas 19 May 2009 (has links)
There are explored interconnections between corporeality and intersubjectivity in this thesis. Intersubjectivity is reflected in the light of openness of person’s thinking to otherness and in the light of Other’s alliance for possibility of recognition. Corporeality is perceived as a perspective of human being in the world; the research on the non-objective corporeality is being carried out along with connection to phenomena. It is being considered how fields of corporeality and intersubjectivity interconnect together and what this bond tells to us. The aim of this thesis is to reveal, while analyzing fields of intersubjectivity and corporeality, the origin of intersubjectivity in experiences of various alterations, the particularity of corporeality and the intersections of both fields in the intercorporeality. In this thesis the dual research strategy is used: the philosophical texts are being analyzed (the major attention is directed to those texts of the authors, which are represented by the phenomenological tradition) and there is a constant turning back to the experience descriptions of phenomena. The thesis consists of the introduction, three sections, conclusion and the list of literature used. The structure of the thesis is predetermined by the fulfillment of the aim set: the research of intersubjectivity leads to the field of corporeality, and the investigation of the latter finally opens up the new aspect of intersubjectivity – intercorporeality, which as the... [to full text] / Disertacijoje tyrinėjamos kūniškumo ir intersubjektyvumo plotmės bei jų sąsajos. Intersubjektyvumas disertacijoje analizuojamas žmogaus mąstymo atvirumo kitybei ir Kito svetimumo pažinimo galimybės šviesoje. Kūniškumas apmąstomas kaip žmogaus buvimo pasaulyje perspektyva, atliekamas neobjektyvizuojantis kūniškumo ir su juo susijusių reiškinių tyrimas. Analizuojama, kaip tarpusavyje susijusios intersubjektyvumo ir kūniškumo plotmės, ir ką ši sąsaja byloja. Disertacijos tyrimo tikslas – tyrinėjant intersubjektyvumo, interkūniškumo plotmes bei jų sąsajas, atskleisti intersubjektyvumo kilmę įvairialypėse kitybės patirtyse, kūniškumo fenomeno specifiškumą ir abiejų šių plotmių saitus bei abipusę jų priklausomybę kaip interkūniškumą. Disertacijoje naudojama dvejopa tyrimo strategija: analizuojami filosofų tekstai, pagrindinį dėmesį sutelkiant į fenomenologinę tradiciją atstovaujančių autorių tekstus, ir nuolat atsigręžiama į patirtinį aprašomų fenomenų lauką. Disertaciją sudaro įvadas, trys dalys, išvados ir literatūros sąrašas. Disertacijos struktūrą lėmė išsikelto tyrimo tikslo įgyvendinimas: interubjektyvumo tyrimas atveda prie kūniškumo plotmės, o pastarosios tyrimas galiausiai atveria naują intersubjektyvumo aspektą – interkūniškumą, kuris, kaip abiejų plotmių sąsaja, yra tyrinėjamas paskutinėje dalyje.

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