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Emotions from a relational perspective

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Natàlia Cantó-Milà

UOCES
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Abstract

This issue of Digithum publishes contributions focusing on dealing with the emotions from a relational perspective, as we suggest in the last point of our brief list of possible “hiding places” for emotions. Working on emotions from a relational perspective means understanding emotions as something we experience and narrate individually but which we can construct, create and learn to feel and narrate as a group. Without denying our own particular individual features, the relational perspective on emotions invites us to focus our attention on our relationships with others, with our surroundings and with ourselves on the premise that they make it possible for us experience and narrate emotions in some specific ways and not others, while at the same time inviting us to give certain meanings and not others to our emotional experiences and the way we see the experiences of those who surround us.

How to Cite: Cantó-Milà, N., (2016). Emotions from a relational perspective. Digithum. (18), pp.2–4. DOI: http://doi.org/10.7238/d.v0i18.2945
Published on 01 Maig 2016.
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