Title

Recognizing decentered intersubjectivity in social experience

RIS ID

111874

Publication Details

McKenzie, J. (2015). Recognizing decentered intersubjectivity in social experience. Emotion Review, 7 (1), 73-78.

Abstract

This article will argue that a decentering process occurs in the intersubjective connections between individuals, and that through the acknowledgement of this process researchers can better understand the potential for distortions to occur in the development of self-understanding. The concept of decentered intersubjectivity discussed in this article is the result of prior research on happiness and contentment, yet a range of emotions such as trust, guilt, shame, and disappointment could also be considered. In each case, the concept of a decentered intersubjectivity can connect the personal and emotional experiences of the individual, with a shared social experience that is deeply sociological in nature.

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Link to publisher version (DOI)

http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1754073914545361