Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Inc., 
Book — 1 online resource (xxi, 323 pages).
: Cultural examples
Mythological constraints to the construction of subjectified bodies / Danilo Silva Guimarães and Lívia Mathias Simão
Intersectional subjectivities: narratives of brazilian immigrant women in portugal / Sofi a Neves
Psychologizing subjectivities in the chinese media / Josh Krieger
Subjectification and the self
Social frames and the dialogical self : a dynamic account of subjectivity within a subjectified world / Carla Cunha and João Salgado
Imagining self in a changing world : an exploration of "studies of marriage"
the dynamics of self-transformation in youth transitions : the role of promoting and inhibiting processes
Developmental bases of subjectification
Socialisation for subjectification : growing up with others in an indian family / Nandita Chaudhary
Do you know who i am, through my eyes? subjectivity in the construction of the self : a lifelong process / Meike Watzlawik and Maike Hauschildt
The process of subjectification: transformation through ambivalence / Emily Abbey and Caitlyn Burns
Pbichim, a culturally patterned form of subjectified communication : using grounded theory / Min Han and Koyungjae Song
How to model sense making : a contribution for the development of a methodological framework for the
Analysis of meaning / Sergio Salvatore, Marco Tonti, and Alessandro Gennaro
Dynamic self conceptions: new perspectives to study children's dialogical self development / Angela Uchoa Branco and Sandra Ferraz Freire
Conclusions / Carla Cunha and Min Han.
Putting subjectivity back in psychology and in social sciences is the aim of this volume. Subjectivity is a core psychological dimension but frequently forgotten. Without a full understanding of the uniqueness of each human life our understanding of psychological life fails to reach its aim. This book explores precisely the field of subjectivity, offering the reader different and innovative views on this challenging theme. This book is an asset for all those interested in understanding how the mind operates as a subjectifying process and how this subjectifying mind is simultaneously the product and the content of feeling and unique and unrepeatable subjective life. By bringing together renowned and emergent experts in the field, it provides a fresh new look on the human mind. The reader will find thought?provoking and challenging contributions of 26 different scholars, from 10 countries. It covers a wide range of perspectives and approaches, such as dialogical perspectives, cultural psychology approaches, developmental psychology, feminist perspectives, semiotics, and anthropology. This volume will be very much recommended for all sorts of scholars and students in social and human sciences interested in the human mind and in subjectivity. It will be adequate for different levels of teaching, from undergraduate to master courses. It also meant to be understood for all readers interested in the topic. (source: Nielsen Book Data)