Scham - Schande - Schamhaftigkeit: Zur sozialen Bedeutung der Scham im spätmittelalterlichen England (Historische Semantik) (German Edition)

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The Middle Ages had no shame: belching, farting, and promiscuous people inhabit the popular books and movies set in the period, shaping our image of medieval times. These notions developed against the backdrop of socio-historical theories that assume that the civilizing process has significantly increased thresholds of shame since early modern times. They provide the background for Katharina Behrens thesis on the social meaning of shame in late medieval England, a study in the history of emotions and mentalities. It focuses on the level of language and texts as well as on that of of social practices and institutions: the semantics of shame are examined from both a socio-historical and a conceptual-historical perspective. As becomes apparent, the Middle Ages were not shameless: shame played an eminentrole in establishing and maintaining social order in late fourteenth-century England.

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Katharina Behrens
Verlag: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Gm Apr 2014 (2014)
ISBN 10: 3525367228 ISBN 13: 9783525367223
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Buchbeschreibung Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Gm Apr 2014, 2014. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - The Middle Ages had no shame: belching, farting, and promiscuous people inhabit the popular books and movies set in the period, shaping our image of medieval times. These notions developed against the backdrop of socio-historical theories that assume that the civilizing process has significantly increasedthresholds of shame since early modern times. They provide the background for Katharina Behrens thesis on the social meaning of shame in late medieval England, a study in the history of emotions and mentalities. It focuses on the level of language and texts as well as on that of of social practices and institutions: the semantics of shame are examined from both asocio-historical and aconceptual-historical perspective. As becomes apparent, the Middle Ages were not shameless: shame played an eminentrole in establishing and maintaining social order in late fourteenth-century England. 359 pp. Deutsch. Artikel-Nr. 9783525367223

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