By Alex Gillespie
This ebook offers a rigorous empirical exploration of the tips of George Herbert Mead. whereas Mead's paintings has been hugely influential, there are few empirical reports that instantiate his belief of brain, self and society. starting with a unique interpretation of Mead's conception, the ebook argues that Mead's middle not easy is the reason of self-reflection. what's attention-grabbing in regards to the thought is that it presents an actual account of ways self-reflection is rooted in institutionalised styles of social interplay. The empirical a part of the publication utilises Mead's idea to conceptualise social interplay among travelers and locals in a distant a part of northern India. The research info the elaborate ways that either travelers and locals come to mirror upon themselves from each one others' views. travelers fear approximately showing ignorant and prosperous within the eyes of locals, and locals ask yourself why they're the article of such a lot of travelers' images. The promise of the ebook is to explicate precisely how this integration of views arises.
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There is, then, an architecture of intcrsubjectivity between tourists and Ladakhis-there are significant symbolic structures that enable each to orient to the orientation of the other. Does this architecture have a significant symbolic structure? How are tourists and Ladakhis incorporating the reconstructed perspective of the other into their symbolic universes, and how is this constituting new meanings? SpecificalIy, I want to ask, has the touring act produced new significant symbols? Third, the research focuses upon self-reflection.
2). Through liminality, social relations, identities, and even thought patterns become open to change: Liminality is now seen to apply to all phases of decisive cultural change, in which previous orderings of thought and behavior are subject to revision and criticism, when hitherto unprecedented modes of ordering relations between ideas and people become possible and desirable. (p. 2) The transformative potential of liminality lies in the ludic nature of becoming nobody. Once the pilgrim has left the home community, their identity becomes unfixed.
Most tourists who travel to Ladakh have not been there before, nor have they been anywhere else in the Himalaya. Yet they do have images and expectations. They are led to Ladakh by a path of images constructed in the mass media. These images objectify Ladakh, and the remote regions of the Himalaya, in terms of the past. But this is not denigrating gaze, if anything, it is a romanticizing gaze and a nostalgia for that which we have lost. The simplicity and contentment perceived in Ladakh stands as a critique of the perceived materialism of modernity.