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Seduction in Popular Culture, Psychology, and Philosophy

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by Constantino Martins
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Seduction in Popular Culture, Psychology, and Philosophy by Constantino Martins

Seduction is a complicated concept that is a part of the general human experience. Despite the prevalence of seduction in our personal lives as well as within popular culture, the concept has not been widely discussed and researched as an academic field. Seduction in Popular Culture, Psychology, and Philosophy explores the concept of seduction and the many ways it can be understood, either as a social and individual practice, a psychological trait, or a schema for manipulation. Taking a cross-disciplinary approach, this publication features research-based chapters relevant to sociologists, media professionals, psychologists, philosophers, advertising professionals, researchers, and graduate level students studying in related areas.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 332
Size: 6.2 MB
Publisher: Information Science Reference
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781522505266 (DRM-PDF)

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