By Anil K Jain
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However there has probably also been a shift in a boundary within us as individuals. It would be difﬁcult to assemble direct evidence for this, but it is likely that as a result of the emotional tutelage offered in the public sphere people have more far-reaching conversations with themselves and their intimates now than was previously the case. In other words, in the private domain as well as in the public, there is greater expressivity, and more explicit and reﬂective emotionality. The concept of therapeutic culture is a complex one that lends itself to a fuller explanation than is necessary in this context, though we will The Rise of Therapeutic Culture 35 return shortly to review the major debate around it.
The danger of emotion uncontained by reason and available for manipulation was well expressed some years ago by the anthropologist Charles Lindholm (1990) in a classical analysis of destructive charisma. He suggested that charismatic cult leaders like Jim Jones and Charles Manson meet a basic human need for some kind of irrationalist paroxysm, or more precisely a transcendental experience of merger: a ‘primal impulse to 43 44 Emotional Governance: Politics, Media and Terror self-loss’ (p. 36). Following a familiar line of sociological analysis, Lindholm’s suggestion was that modernity and its rationalisation of life render us increasingly desirous of immersion in such an experience.
Publics are also shaped by those who seek to address them, including – crucially – politicians. Communications professionals of various sorts also have substantial formative inﬂuence on the public’s deﬁnition of itself. Journalists and marketing communicators are foremost in wielding this inﬂuence, and it will be an argument of this book that the communications professions do not always recognise in full the heavy responsibility they carry for the kind of public which we are or might become. Shaping the Public Mind 23 So publics are shaped, whether inadvertently or by design.
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