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Title Conceptions of meaning / editors, Shulamith Kreitler and Tomás Urbánek.
Imprint Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2014]

Series Psychology of emotions, motivations and actions
Psychology of emotions, motivations, and actions series.
Subject Meaning (Psychology)
Alt Name Kreitler, Shulamith,
Urbánek, Tomáš,
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Note Includes index.
Contents CONCEPTIONS OF MEANING; CONCEPTIONS OF MEANING; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; Contents; Introduction; Part I: General Conceptual and Methodological Approaches; Chapter 1: Meaning and Its Manifestations: The Meaning System; School of Psychological Sciences,; Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel; Abstract; By Way of Introduction; Some History; What Is Meaning?; The Sets of Meaning Variables; Major Properties of the Meaning System; The Static and Dynamic Facets of Meaning; The Assessment of Meaning; The Processes and Characteristics of Meaning Assignment.
The Manifestations of Meaning in the Cognitive DomainThe Manifestations of Meaning; in the Domain of Personality; The Manifestations of Meaning in the Domain of Emotions; Consciousness -- The Arena for the Manifestations and Transformations of Meaning; Some Afterthoughts; Appendix 1; References; Chatper 2: A Psychosemantic Approach to the Study of Meanings; 1Moscow State University after M. Lomonosov; 2Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia; Abstract; Development of the Problems of Meaning in Soviet.
And Russian Psychology and Basic Concepts of the Psychosemantic ApproachPsychosemantic Study of a Child's Cognitive Ability; Psychosemantic Study of Altered States of Consciousness; The Psychosemantic Study of Ethnic Stereotypes; The Psychosemantic Approach for Studying Meanings; in Political Sphere; References; Part II: Meaning from the Perspective of Different Disciplines; Chapter 3: The Other(s') Sense(s): Meaning, Sensorial Experience and Anthropological Encounters; Abstract; Experimental Sensory Prologue; Introduction; The Sensory Turn in Social Sciences.
Sensing, Feeling, Meaning: "Rasa" and "Seselelame"The Smell of Bear and the Methodological Problem; Conclusion: Do You See What I Mean?; References; Chapter 4: Meaning, Self and Interaction from a Sociological Perspective: Exploring the Relation in Two Studies on Prestige and Solidarity in Greece; Abstract; Introduction; Meaning and Understanding (Verstehen); The Meaning of Prestige to Teachers; The Meaning of Mutual Help and Solidarity: Preliminary Findings; Analytic Comments: Connecting Meaning to Self and to Action; Conclusion; References.
Chapter 5: Against Crowding Out the Meaning of Meaning1Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria; 2Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics; and Administration, Brno, Czech Republic; Abstract; Introduction: "Meaning" As a Means; to Come to "Terms" with Reality; The Future Is Now: A Critique of Criticising -- Understanding the Limits of the Application; of Our Theories; Framework of Analysis: Shortcut of the Model-Theoretic Semantics Provided by the Scheme LIR+ (Language -- Information -- Reality); What We See and What We Do:; Description versus Explanation.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781633212428 (electronic bk.)
1633212424 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 886947983
Additional Format Print version: Conceptions of meaning 9781633212411 (DLC) 2014020784 (OCoLC)880501071