In Kong's reading, The Crazed presents Tiananmen Square as a "spatial aporia" in that the student protagonist, Jian Wan, never manages to quite reach the Square as the military crackdown descends on it and surrounding areas, remaining caught up in a peripheral zone by army violence and then compelled to flee to save himself; collaterally, in this psychologized
, if not consistently psychoanalytical reading, Ha Jin himself also experiences the Square as a place beyond his direct experience, but one that he seeks to protect from, in his own words, "historical amnesia" (qtd.
5, and related works, Kelley here has psychologized
architecture, creating an installation whose upstairs/downstairs divide evokes conflicts between public and private, social and antisocial, conscious and unconscious.
This process distorts reality and allows 'deviance' to become psychologized
and social control to operate in the name of 'mental health' (e.
Unlike the terrorist attacks of 9/11, which we've memorialized and psychologized
, we've generally buried memories of the string of flagrant assaults on U.
Touching upon such topics as the involvement of psychologists in torture practices at the American detention centers at Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib, the proliferation of "psychotainment" (reality TV, celebrity culture, and other forms of psychologized
entertainment), and psychologization in humanitarian aid and other forms of contemporary biopolitics as he makes his critique, he concludes by bringing in psychoanalysis as a means to move beyond psychologization.
That may be true, insofar as violence of every sort can always be contextualized, historicized, and psychologized
Large paragraphs of If He Hollers, Black Boy, and Native Son are adduced as examples of these dynamics, the "subtle feelings" of which are nearly "impossible to communicate, but perhaps best approximated in psychologized
fictions" (Cayton 15).
Other innovative (if not revolutionary) features of Northern Broadsides' house style include their signature-tune clog dancing, Northern in origin and which Billing suggests gnomically "emulates the spoken patterns of Shakespeare's lines" (401), their rejection of psychologized
character, and their simplicity of design.
For Yachnin, Shakespeare and his contemporaries were involved in a larger historical transition from a chiefly materialistic understanding of vision (one's eyes as laser beams) to 'a modern psychologized
visual regime where seeing and being seen operate only across the surface of things and where visual images cannot impinge unless the perceiver wants them to' (70)--Duncan's lament, in other words, about our inability to know the mind's construction from the face.
not only psychologized
esotericism but he also sacralized psychology, by filling it with the contents of esoteric speculation.
WRATH, OR ANGER, HAS BEEN PSYCHOLOGIZED
AND POLITicized out of the list of sinful states and is lately filed somewhere between entitlement and obligation.
He points out how both of them and many of the other popularizing Jewish theologians and thinkers adapt Mordecai Kaplan's psychologized
theology for mass consumption.