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Present Consciousness of a Practical Kind: Structure of Feeling and Higher Education Drama

  • Mick Wallis
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Abstract

In Marxism and Literature Williams writes that he employs ‘structure of feeling’ to counter a ‘powerful and directive’ cultural mode by which the social is separated from the personal. Dominant cultural and social analysis has operated in an ‘habitual past tense’ so that ‘relationships, institutions and formations in which we are still actively involved are converted ... into formed wholes rather than forming and formative processes’ (Williams, 1977: 128).

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High Education Asian Woman Theatre Study Teaching Space Trade Union Movement 
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