A Sociological Exploration of Its Infantilisation
, by Frank Furedi.
4) In conservative responses to the image, the young man's supposed symbolic infantilisation
and feminisation were apparently interchangeable.
The constant infantilisation
by National Award-winning director may also make you wonder if the maker has mistakenly confused the collective IQ of his viewers.
This is the infantilisation
of politics, the trivialisation of a part of life that's actually very important.
Interestingly, too, there was a perceived overlap in the level of infantilisation
and coercion experienced in prison labour and labouring for the colonial administration as 'free men'.
More chillingly, Gawande shows how infantilisation
of the old is promoted by profiteering companies.
Children Everywhere," depicts an enforced infantilisation
is clearly a gendered phenomenon--there is a long history of infantilising women in the media, literature, social and economic structures as a means of denying them power.
In our field there has been a significant breakdown of trust, which has not been helped by the endless infantilisation
of clients who are so often portrayed as being solely and one dimensionally vulnerable, and in need of protection from us, and the paranoia of organisations representing them or claiming to do so.
I remember at university reading America by Jean Baudrillard, of all people, about the infantilisation
of society - it predicted what's happened in cinema.
Although the scene is intended as comic, his words are significant: the use of the term 'babes' is suggestive of the continuing infantilisation
of women in contemporary culture.
Familiar psychotechniques (of which emotional targeting is one) for influencing customers, such as the infantilisation
of or barbarism toward subjects as a method for the simplification of life, are part of experience economy and seek to characterize, as will be described below, modern society in a positive vein.