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The century of self, parts 1 to 4 of 4 [videorecording]. BBC

By: BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION.
Contributor(s): BERNAYS, Edward L | Freud, Anna, 1895-1981 | Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939.
Series: The century of self, 17th, 24th, 31st March, 7th April. Publisher: London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 2002Description: 2 video discs. (disc 1, 2 x 55 min disc 2, 2 x 55 min.).Subject(s): IDENTITY : INDIVIDUAL IN SOCIETY KKR DJW | SELF-CONCEPT : INDIVIDUALS IN SOCIETY KKR DJW | VIDEOTAPES 2QR | SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR : SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY IN | SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY IN | IDEAL SELF : INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY IJW | IDENTITY : INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY IJW | PERSONAL IDENTITY : INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY IJW | SELF-CONCEPT : INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY IJW | SELF-IMAGE : INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY IJW | SOCIAL HISTORY K9X | FREUDIAN PSYCHOLOGY IAL | FREUD, SIGMUND : SCHOOLS OF PSYCHOLOGY IALOther classification: KKR DJW 2QR Summary: A four part series on the rise of the mass consumer society manifested by the fostering of generations of the Freud family's ideas of the self. Part 1 looks at Sigmund Freud's relationship with his nephew, Edward Bernays who developed the idea of manipulation of the masses. Part 2. As Freud's ideas gained wider acceptance the US government sought to create a stable society and repress barbaric impulses by developing techniques for managing the minds of the people. Freud's daughter, Anna, and his nephew, Edward Bernays, helped them. Part 3. shows how self-help movements like Werber Erhard's Erhard Seminar Training led to the irresistible rise of the expressive self: the Me Generation. Part 4 looks at how politicians have used focus groups to shape their policies according to the public's inner desires and feelings
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Part 1. Happiness machines. Part 2. The engineering of consent. Part 3. There is a policeman inside all our heads - he must be destroyed. Part 4. Eight people sipping wine in Kettering

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A four part series on the rise of the mass consumer society manifested by the fostering of generations of the Freud family's ideas of the self. Part 1 looks at Sigmund Freud's relationship with his nephew, Edward Bernays who developed the idea of manipulation of the masses. Part 2. As Freud's ideas gained wider acceptance the US government sought to create a stable society and repress barbaric impulses by developing techniques for managing the minds of the people. Freud's daughter, Anna, and his nephew, Edward Bernays, helped them. Part 3. shows how self-help movements like Werber Erhard's Erhard Seminar Training led to the irresistible rise of the expressive self: the Me Generation. Part 4 looks at how politicians have used focus groups to shape their policies according to the public's inner desires and feelings

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