Q1: Compare Freuds, Bernes and Lacans map of the self to Jungs map. What are the
implications of these different maps for being a person?
Q5: Briefly analyze a U.S. movie or TV series in which the hero(s) represents a hypercognized
aspect of US culture an
1. Read through the following topics and select two. In your team's
discussion folder, post an original response to each of these two topics
by the deadline indicated on the course schedule.
2. Read your teammates' postings and offer substantive responses
Q2: What is a Selfscape dream according to Hollan? Relate Hollans idea of the self and dreams
to Jungs idea of the self and dreams.
Q4: How does Limbong illustrate Hollan's idea and those of his predecessors? Discuss
Limbongs life history and each of his
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Selfscape Dream Analysis; Trip to Korea
A dream that was particularly vivid and easy for me to recall was experienced only several
weeks ago. In the dream, I was driving to Korea and I thought I had arrived, but was actually
Introduction to major concepts: Maps of the Self
Sigmund Frueds Map of Self outlines three territories of the self. Forming the
The id, the ego and the supergo
The I want principle
Babys in the beginning are all Id
What is Culture?
Culture consists of webs of significance; meaning culture exists in symbol systems.
It is the way that people at a certain place and time give meaning to their lives
through certain situations.
Webs can be found in our minds: schemas, sim
Movies and Dreams
Both about 90 min. long
Dream cycle has five stages
o Two stages of falling asleep
o Deep sleep
o Dream sleep (realm)
o Period of slight arousal
Jungs ideas can be bused to interpret both cultural narratives and dreams
Orson Welles Citiz
U.S. Culture: Its Historical Origins, transcript
Its hard for us to be aware of our own culture; we tend to mistake it for
nature or just the way things are
Acquiring a perspective on your own culture is the first step to combining
critical and creative t
Lesson #4 - Jung and Citizen Kane
o To understand more deeply the theories of Karl Gustav Jung
o To combine critical and creative thinking abilities in the analysis of your own dreams and in
thinking about films and other narratives
Lesson #3 - The Self in the U.S. in Historical, Developmental and Cross-Cultural Perspective
o To enable you later in the course to gain a comparative view of being a person in your own
culture and in other cultures and to learn about alterna
Lesson #1 - What is Culture?
Lecture: The Egocentric vs. Sociocentric Continuum and Learning to Remember Dreams"
Anthropology = study of culture
Professor Jeanette is a psychological anthropologist interested in how cultural psychologies and
the self di
Q1: What evidence is there for a historical rise in transvestism in Samoa during the
colonial period? What historical evidence probably lead to a rise in transvestism in
Samoa? What family factors worldwide favor transvestism? What form of self favors
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Cognitive-Affective Dream Analysis
1. In the dream under analysis for this paper, I was running in my hometown. Another girl
was also running and she continually tried to pass me, but I would not allow her to do so.
Q6: Watts model of the brain consists of two parts, a left and right brain, that are each
utilized in the processing of thoughts. The right brain allows feeling (often extremely intense)
without verbalization, and the left brain takes this emotion and pro
At the same time as this migration to the cities was
happening, a remedy to this loss of values was also beginning to develop, evangelical religion.
Evangelical religion in England began with John Wesley who lived between 1703 and 1791.
Q2: What is a Selfscape dream according to Hollan? Relate Hollans idea of the self
and dreams to Jungs idea of the self and dreams.
A selfscape dream according to Hollan can be defined as a dreams that analyze how
ones inner self and parts of the body are