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100 1  Manley, Julian,|eauthor 
245 10 Social dreaming, associative thinking and intensities of 
       affect /|cby Julian Manley 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Palgrave Macmillan,|c2018 
300    1 online resource (xxiii, 266 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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490 1  Studies in the psychosocial 
505 0  Foreword by Lita Crociani-Windland -- PART I Social 
       dreaming: origins, history and practice -- Chapter 1: 
       Introduction -- Chapter 2. A brief history and background 
       of social dreaming -- Chapter 3. From group relations to 
       the social dreaming matrix -- PART II Deleuzian approaches
       -- Chapter 4. Social Dreaming in a New Key -- Chapter 5. 
       From thinking linearity to feeling non-linearity -- 
       Chapter 6. The social dreaming collage and the Deleuzian 
       rhizome -- Chapter 7. Becoming dream: the dis-embodied/ 
       embodied experience of social dreaming -- PART III From 
       data to new thinking -- Chapter 8. Processing social 
       dreaming material as data -- Chapter 9. A Case Study: Slow
       Violence: Art, climate change and social dreaming -- 
       Chapter 10. Combining the internal virtual of the matrix 
       dream space with external reality: Lessons of chaos and 
       complexity -- Chapter 11. Expressing the virtual and the 
       image-affect: The problem of language -- Chapter 12 
       Disembodiment, embodiment and the image-affect -- Chapter 
       13 A note on post- Lawrence research on social dreaming --
       Chapter 14 Using the virtual for the real -- Chapter 15 
       The final plateau -- Concluding 
520    "This book is innovative in using Deleuze and Guattari's 
       affect theory to provide an onto-epistemological basis for
       the Social Dreaming method. It works powerfully and its 
       range is huge. A much-needed paradigm for encountering the
       anthropocene." - Wendy Hollway, Emeritus Professor in 
       Psychology, Open University, UK This book describes a way 
       of sharing dreams in a group, called 'social dreaming'. It
       explores how the sharing of real, night time dreams, in a 
       group, can offer information on and insight into ourselves
       and the worlds we live in and share. It investigates how 
       we can turn dream images, and ideas and feelings that 
       arise from these images, into conscious thought, before 
       describing the ways in which these can be used. Using a 
       background of the psychosocial combined with a 
       philosophical lens influenced by the work of Gilles 
       Deleuze, Julian Manley shows how social dreaming can be 
       understood as a Deleuzian 'rhizome of affects', a web or a
       root design where things interconnect in a random and 
       spontaneous fashion rather than in a sequential or linear 
       way. He illustrates how social dreaming can link dreams 
       together into a collage of images, and compares this to 
       the rhizome, where clusters of emotional intensity - which
       emerge from the dream images - weave and interconnect with
       other clusters, forming a web of interlinked dream images 
       and emotions. From the basis of this rhizome emerges an 
       interpretation of social dreaming as a 'body without 
       organs' and the social dreaming matrix as a 'smooth space'
       where meanings emerge from the way these images form 
       connections, and come and go according to our emotions at 
       any particular moment 
650  0 Dreams 
650  0 Dreams|xSocial aspects 
650  0 Dream interpretation 
650 14 Psychology 
650 24 Psychosocial Studies 
650 24 Psychological Methods/Evaluation 
650 24 Personality and Social Psychology 
650 24 Social Theory 
650 24 Research Methodology 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
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