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Introduction: Dreaming Cultural Models

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Part of the Culture, Mind, and Society book series (CMAS)

Abstract

Dreams seem the most private territory of experience. More often than not, emerging from a warm, sleepy drowse, we see them as ephemeral traces just at the horizon of our inner eye, which may vanish inward at the ringing of a clock or a phone that recalls us to normal wakefulness. Yet as subjective and fleeting as they appear, dreams have a vital public aspect: they are a space in which we practice, consider, question, and adapt cultural models.

Keywords

Cultural Model Remote Memory Dream Report Bizarre Imagery Dream Culture 
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© Jeannette Marie Mageo 2011

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