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A Theory Of Cognitive Dissonance

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Author: Leon Festinger
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804709118
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Originally published: Evanston, Ill.: Row, Peterson, c1957.
A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance
Language: en
Pages: 291
Authors: Leon Festinger
Categories: Psychology
Type: BOOK - Published: 1957 - Publisher: Stanford University Press
Originally published: Evanston, Ill.: Row, Peterson, c1957.
Handling Dissonance
Language: en
Pages: 244
Authors: Chelle L. Stearns
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-06-12 - Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Music can answer questions that often confound more discursive modes of thought. Music takes concepts that are all too familiar, reframes these concepts, and returns them to us with incisive clarity and renewed vision. Unity is one of these “all too familiar concepts,” thrown around by politicians, journalists, and pastors as if we all know what it means. By turning to music, especially musical space, the relational structure of unity becomes less abstract and more tangible within our philosophy. Arnold Schoenberg, as an inherently musical thinker, is our guide in this study of unity. His reworking of musical structure, dissonance, and metaphysics transformed the tonal language and aesthetic landscape of twentieth–century music. His philosophy of compositional unity helps us to deconstruct and reconceive how unity can be understood and worked with both aesthetically and theologically. This project also critiques Schoenberg’s often monadic musical metaphysic by turning to Colin Gunton’s conviction that the particularity and unity at the heart of God’s triune being should guide all of our theological endeavors. Throughout, music accompanies our thinking, demonstrating not only how theology can benefit the philosophy of music but also how the philosophy of music can enrich and augment theological discourse.
Constructive Dissonance
Language: en
Pages: 232
Authors: Juliane Brand, Christopher Hailey
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 1997-01-01 - Publisher: Univ of California Press
"There cannot ever be too many good books about Schoenberg, and so it is a special pleasure to welcome Constructive Dissonance, which is far beyond just 'good.' These essays cover a generous range in style and idea. Many of them also are deeply moving, and nothing could be more appropriate for the composer of our century's most fiercely intense music."--Michael Steinberg, author of The Symphony: A Listener's Guide "Although much has been written about Schoenberg, no group of essays examines his life and work in such a broad context. Here we find Schoenberg's matrix: the social, cultural, political, and artistic currents that helped shape him, and to which he made his own extraordinary contribution."--Robert P. Morgan, author of Twentieth-Century Music "As we approach the turn of this century, it is clear that Arnold Schoenberg must becounted as one of the most important figures in Western art music during the last one hundred years. Schoenberg's influence on art-music culture has not only worked its effects through his music, but also through his thinking and writing about music. This collection makes a fitting tribute to Schoenberg and does an admirable job of presenting the many facets of Schoenberg the composer, music theorist,
Perspectives on Cognitive Dissonance
Language: en
Pages: 348
Authors: R. A. Wicklund, J. W. Brehm
Categories: Psychology
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-04-15 - Publisher: Psychology Press
Published in 1976, Perspectives on Cognitive Dissonance is a valuable contribution to the field of Social Psychology.
Organization Dissonance and Change
Language: en
Pages: 208
Authors: Jan Koolhaas
Categories: Organization
Type: BOOK - Published: 1982 - Publisher: Chichester [West Sussex] ; New York : Wiley
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An Analysis of Leon Festinger's A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance
Language: en
Pages: 97
Authors: Camille Morvan, Alexander O’Connor
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-07-05 - Publisher: CRC Press
Leon Festinger’s 1957 A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance is a key text in the history of psychology – one that made its author one of the most influential social psychologists of his time. It is also a prime example of how creative thinking and problem solving skills can come together to produce work that changes the way people look at questions for good. Strong creative thinkers are able to look at things from a new perspective, often to the point of challenging the very frames in which those around them see things. Festinger was such a creative thinker, leading what came to be known as the “cognitive revolution” in social psychology. When Festinger was carrying out his research, the dominant school of thought – behaviorism – focused on outward behaviors and their effects. Festinger, however, turned his attention elsewhere, looking at “cognition:” the mental processes behind behaviors. In the case of “cognitive dissonance”, for example, he hypothesized that apparently incomprehensible or illogical behaviors might be caused by a cognitive drive away from dissonance, or internal contradiction. This perspective, however, raised a problem: how to examine and test out cognitive processes. Festinger’s book records the results of the psychological experiments he
Dissonance
Language: en
Pages: 186
Authors: Lisa Lenard-Cook
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003 - Publisher: UNM Press
""Dissonance," . . is bold in its scale, placing us at different eras in the concentration camp at Theresienstadt and in the scientific world of Los Alamos, New Mexico. . . . Few contemporary novels challenge the reader's conscience as "Dissonance" does. . . ."--Kevin McIlvoy, author of "Hyssop"
Engaging Dissonance
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Amy Lee, Rhiannon D. Williams
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-03-10 - Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
This volume explores the internationalization of higher education in the context of global citizenry and intercultural competencies. It focuses on presenting dissonance as a means to facilitating students’ openness to complexity and development of intercultural skills or their experiences in the classroom.
Fullness of Dissonance
Language: en
Pages: 159
Authors: Daniel C. Melnick
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 1994 - Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
During the modern period, the bond between music and literature constituted a crucial and influential idea for Conrad and Eliot, Mann and Rilke, and many other writers. For modern novelists in particular this idea has provided the model and rationale for the experimental liberation of narrative form and its desired effect on the reader. Critics later in the twentieth century have undertaken analyses of various contrapuntal, sonata, and other musical structures in fiction, and some critics have studied the influence of various composers on novelists. Fullness of Dissonance is concerned with the related matter of how the aesthetics of music influenced the writers and texts of modern fiction. The musical aesthetic to which Proust, Mann, Joyce, and other novelists responded originates in Romanticism, and it culminates with the notion of a musicalized literature developed by many of the major progenitors of modernism - Mallarme, Pater, and Nietzsche. The first several chapters trace the bearing on modern novelists of this inheritance from Romanticism through Nietzsche's idea of dissonance; these chapters also analyze the musical paradigms provided by Beethoven, Schoenberg, and other composers. It was Nietzsche who first posited the idea that dissonant form liberates art from conventional, harmonious patterns of perception
Cognitive Dissonance
Language: en
Pages: 216
Authors: Joel Cooper
Categories: Psychology
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-03-27 - Publisher: SAGE
'Dr. Joel Cooper has been at the very forefront of research on dissonance theory for decades now. In this book, he provides a brilliant and engagingly-written review of the 50-year history of dissonance research and a masterful account of the ensuing developments in the theory. The book will be an outstanding resource for readers familiar with dissonance research and an enlightening introduction for those who are not' - Professor Russell H. Fazio, Ohio State University Why is it that people who smoke continue to do so knowing how bad it is for them? What drives people to committing adultery even though they inherently believe this is wrong? What's the outcome of this contradiction in the mind? Cognitive dissonance has been an important and influential theory since Leon Festinger published his classic work in 1957. It is known by every social psychologist, most psychologists of any stripe, and the lay public, making its way into such mainstream publications as The New York Times with increasing frequency and accuracy. Ultimately, dissonance has become one of the most popularly known expressions of social psychological insights, making its way into the literature in consumer, health and economic behavior, and has become a frequently used