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Russian Fairy Tales Notes Week 5

by: Leela Morris

Russian Fairy Tales Notes Week 5 RUSS 0090: Russian Fairy Tales with Dr. Crane

Leela Morris
Russian Fairy Tales
Dr. Robert Chip Crane

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Here's week 5 notes (after first exam notes). Everything you need to know from week 5. Thanks!
Russian Fairy Tales
Dr. Robert Chip Crane
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Leela Morris on Monday October 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to RUSS 0090: Russian Fairy Tales with Dr. Crane at University of Pittsburgh taught by Dr. Robert Chip Crane in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 73 views. For similar materials see Russian Fairy Tales in Russian at University of Pittsburgh.

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Date Created: 10/05/15
Russian Fairy Tales Notes Week 5 Psychology and Fairy Tales Interested in the structures of our mind Trying to figure out how we react to the world around us Psychoanalysis Human behavior is formed by the interaction of internal and external drives drives desires to do things from inside of us and being forced on us from outside society Many of these drives are unconscious not able to accesswe aren t fully aware of what we want to do we don t know why we do what we do One s psychic constitution is conditioned by one s psychic history something happened in our past that makes up what we do now One s early sexual development is the key to many conditions found in adulthood our early psychosociosexual development why we have these drives Unconscious knowledge manifest itself symbolically not straightforward Projection projecting my desires onto someone else Displacement displace these feelings on someone else not 0 the true person The Freudian Personality ld a bundle of drives and desires we are born with unconscious mind Ego who we are when we talk about ourselves mostly in charge mostly conscious Superego a set of rules we have on how we should behave and desire to follow these rules Freudian Principles Pleasure principle drive for immediate gratification ID Reality Principle weighs the decisions desiresdrives against the rules we have for ourselves lntegration balance Freudian Stages of Development Oral age 0 to 1 12 Nursing dominated by ID pleasure principle often appears in fairy tales as eating or other forms of consumption don t care about what s socially acceptable Anal 1 12 to 3 expulsionretention discovery of the possibility of possession awakening of Ego Superego often represented in fairy tales as desire for wealth o Phallic 3 to 5 unconscious sexual desire oedipal stage discovery of phallus or lack thereof begins to divide the world into boysgirls development of superego often represented in fairy tales as conflict with authority 0 Latency 6 to 12 dormant libido waiting for maturity often represented in fairy tales by sleep or travel we learn we like things 0 Genital puberty active libido sexual maturity often represented in fairy tales by marriage The Uses of Enchantment o Bruno Bettelheim is the author argues fairy tales are useful for children 0 Fairy Tales help children develop their psyches allowing them to test out situations 0 Children are understand in tales what they are ready and able to understand 0 Absence of explicit didactics not trying to teach a specific lesson allows them to get what they need out of the fairy tale 0 Different types of tales teach different lessons Features of Child s Psychology 0 Personalized understanding not capable of imagining the world in someone else s perspective 0 Vicarious satisfaction when the hero does well 0 Belief in animism 0 Need for magic everything s magical o No understanding of death Bettelheim on Youngest Child Tales 0 Simpleton youngest child 0 The need for integration maturation 0 Child the third mother dad child parents siblings child Simpleton VS Fool 0 Development vs Passivity the simpleton develops and learns as the fool stays the same mentally 0 Integration vs Magic the simpleton works to get better while magic usually helps the fool 0 Potential harmfulness ignored Bettelheim on Two Sibling Tales 0 One is adventurous one cautious differentiation 0 Adventurous brother meets with misfortune or the reverse 0 Cautious brother learns of misfortune through magic o Cautious brother saves adventurous one 0 Each brother needs the other integration


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