Language, affect and the inculcation of social norms in the New Guinea Highlands and beyond
Culturalist accounts of emotion and morality have focused on how they are constructed and inculcated through particular, more or less culturally specific ways of talking about them. Both Bourdieu and recent affect theorists have opposed what they see as an overemphasis on language in such accounts. Here I argue that the dichotomy between the ‘verbal’ and the ‘non-verbal’ that is common to both is misconceived. A more useful distinction is between the level of referentially explicit talk about...[Show more]
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