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Ceremony of Innocence

Tears, Power and Protest

  • Authors
  • Kay¬†Carmichael
  • Editors
  • Jo¬†Campling

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 1-5
  3. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 6-10
  4. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 11-43
  5. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 44-60
  6. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 61-79
  7. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 80-106
  8. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 107-128
  9. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 129-137
  10. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 138-154
  11. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 155-166
  12. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 167-183
  13. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 184-189
  14. Kay Carmichael, Jo Campling
    Pages 190-195
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 196-203

About this book

Introduction

What use are tears? What is their purpose? In this original and disturbing book, Kay Carmichael argues that we underestimate the importance of this powerful means of communication. Tears are dismissed as a symbol of weakness when we should value them as a source of energy and creativity. In vivid case-histories, based on original research, she shows how, why, when and where human beings cry and the barriers placed in their way.

Keywords

communication creativity research

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