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100 1  Mageo, Jeannette Marie 
245 10 Dreaming culture|h[electronic resource] :|bmeanings, 
       models, and power in U.S. American dreams /|cJeannette 
       Marie Mageo 
250    1st ed 
260    New York :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2011 
300    1 online resource (215 p.) 
490 1  Culture, mind and society 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Introduction: Dreaming Cultural Models -- Narrative 
       Spectrums and Dreaming the U.S. American Family -- 
       Cultural Complexes and Boyfriend/Girlfriend Dreams -- 
       Holographic Dreaming and 'Moving On' in the USA -- U.S. 
       Traveling Self-models -- Dreams as Cultural Remembering 
505 8  Machine generated contents note: -- Introduction: Dreaming
       Cultural Models * Narrative Spectrums and Dreaming the 
       U.S. American Family * Cultural Complexes and Boyfriend/
       Girlfriend Dreams * Holographic Dreaming and "Moving On" 
       in the U.S.A. * U.S. Traveling Self-models * Dreams as 
       Cultural Remembering 
520    Dreams seem the most private territory of experience. Yet 
       Dreaming Culture argues they are a space in which we 
       practice, consider, question, and adapt cultural models of
       the self, gender, sexuality, relationships, and agency. 
       Through an innovative "dream ethnography" from college 
       students in the northwestern U.S., this book contributes 
       to recent research on dreaming and the brain in psychology
       and continuing research on dreaming and the self in 
       clinical psychology and psychological anthropology. 
       Dreaming Culture uses critical theory to understand power 
       relations embedded in cultural models, a perspective often
       lacking in cognitive anthropology and in psychological 
       studies of self and mind 
520    "Posits that dreams are a space in which we practice, 
       consider, question, and adapt cultural models and offer 
       unique insight into cultural psychologies."--Provided by 
       publisher 
520    "Dreams seem the most private territory of experience. Yet
       Dreaming Culture argues they are a space in which we 
       practice, consider, question, and adapt cultural models of
       the self, gender, sexuality, relationships, and agency. 
       Through an innovative "dream ethnography" from college 
       students in the northwestern U.S., this book contributes 
       to recent research on dreaming and the brain in psychology
       and continuing research on dreaming and the self in 
       clinical psychology and psychological anthropology. 
       Dreaming Culture uses critical theory to understand power 
       relations embedded in cultural models, a perspective often
       lacking in cognitive anthropology and in psychological 
       studies of self and mind"--Provided by publisher 
588    Description based on print version record 
650  0 Dreams|zUnited States|xPsychological aspects 
650  0 Dream interpretation|zUnited States 
650  7 SELF-HELP / Dreams|2bisacsh 
655  4 Electronic books 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aMageo, Jeannette Marie.|tDreaming 
       culture.|b1st ed.|dNew York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
       |z9780230337350|w(DLC)  2011015474|w(OCoLC)713185477 
830  0 Culture, mind, and society 
856 40 |3Palgrave Connect|uhttp://www.palgraveconnect.com/
       doifinder/10.1057/9780230339712