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Author: Gavira, Lina
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Sociología
Date: 2013
Published in: Revista Andaluza de Antropología, 4, 147-164.
Document type: Article
Abstract: La crisis y la incertidumbre actual está derivando en una progresiva “terapeutalización de la cultura”, que supone un nuevo modelo de control social desde las emociones, basado en trasladar el expertismo psicologísta al campo de la acción social, ...
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The crisis and the current uncertainty is leading to a progressive “therapeutic culture”, which is a new model of social control of emotions, based on moving the psychologistic expertism on the field of social action to promote “be well” by reformulating the basis of “well-being”. This strategy undermines citizenship rights by fostering a passive identity, as patients. Cultural events and art are under suspicion when using codes not established by the elites as “adequate.” There is a political bet on “emotional statement” while they obscure the cultural and material dimensions that can face problems from a logical active citizenship with a commitment for a more human quality of life. In this context, cultural professionals as mediators have an important role at the crossroads of formats to promote projects that foster a culture capable of transforming or be one more agent reproducing discomfort and palliative cultural therapy.
Cite: Gavira, L. (2013). La gestión terapeútica de la cultura : una nueva fórmula de disciplina social. Revista Andaluza de Antropología, 4, 147-164.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/44608

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