16 Identity and the Self , 2016-09-09

Title : ( INTRODUCING EMOTIONCY TENSION AS A POTENTIAL SOURCE OF IDENTITY CRISES )

Authors: Reza Pishghadam ,

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Following a number of innovations in psychology, emotioncy as a new concept has recently emerged out of developmental individual-differences relationship-based (DIR) studies. Emotioncy ranging from Avolvement (Null) to Exvolvement (Auditory, Visual, and Kinesthetic), and Involvement (Inner and Arch), refers to the emotions generated by senses, which can relativize cognition. It means that our understanding of the world can be shaped by sense-related emotions. Thus in this study, it is hypothesized that the ways we receive information along with the amount of exposure can evoke kinds of emotions which can shape or change identity. It seems that one of the sources of identity crises among individuals is emotioncy tension. It refers to the situation when two social forces (internal and external) encourage individuals to be avolved, exvolved, or involved. It means that when a government, as an internal force imposes its own ideologies to make individuals be avolved or exvolved in an issue, globalized forces may encourage them to be involved in that. This avolvement/exvolvement-involvement conflict may be a source of identity crises. It means that the former by de-emotionalizing (de-emotioncy movement) and the latter by emotionalizing (emotioncy movement) may cause identity crises. Providing a number of examples, this study attempts to shed more light on the concept of emotioncy tension.

Keywords

, Emotioncy, Avolvement, Involvement, Exvolvement, Identity crisis, Emotioncy
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@inproceedings{paperid:1056781,
author = {Pishghadam, Reza},
title = {INTRODUCING EMOTIONCY TENSION AS A POTENTIAL SOURCE OF IDENTITY CRISES},
booktitle = {16 Identity and the Self},
year = {2016},
location = {استانبول},
keywords = {Emotioncy; Avolvement; Involvement; Exvolvement; Identity crisis; Emotioncy tension},
}

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%T INTRODUCING EMOTIONCY TENSION AS A POTENTIAL SOURCE OF IDENTITY CRISES
%A Pishghadam, Reza
%J 16 Identity and the Self
%D 2016

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