Imagology

Research Domain LeerssenInstance: nodegoat.netPublished: 2024-01-15 10:51:24

Description

Imagology, a specialism originally developed in the discipline of Comparative Literature, studies how certain temperamental characteristics are stereotypically imputed to certain nationalities.

The resulting “ethnotypes” (frivolous French, passionate Hungarians, thorough-going Germans) are commonplaces which change over time and migrate between genres and countries. While they have little or no empirical basis, they do exercise a real influence in how people judge the world and their position in it. Ethnotypes are both a complex culture-historical phenomenon and an important part of nationalistic prejudice and ethnocentrism, and stand in need of critical analysis for both reason.

Model

ImageBib Objects: 3 499 Author String Author 2 String Author 3 String Date String Full Reference Text Spectant Spected Notes Text Admin notes Text attn. Boolean Sort of Publication Ethnotypology Objects: 167 Article class Title String Author Nationality Text Text Bibliography (2007) Text Notes Text Admin notes Text Follow Up? Boolean Author Objects: 72 Family name String Given name String E-mail String Contact details Text Notes Text Follow up? Boolean Nationality Categories: 96 Spected Spectant Article Class Categories: 3 Biblio:PublicationClass Categories: 7

Model: Object Types

ImageBib

DescriptionValue Type
AuthorString
Author 2String
Author 3String
DateString
Full ReferenceText
SpectantClassificationNationality
SpectedClassificationNationality
NotesText
Admin notesText
attn.Boolean
Sort of PublicationClassificationBiblio:PublicationClass
JSONCSV

Ethnotypology

DescriptionValue Type
Article classClassificationArticle Class
TitleString
AuthorTypeAuthor
NationalityClassificationNationality
TextText
Bibliography (2007)Text
NotesText
Admin notesText
Follow Up?Boolean
JSONCSV

Author

DescriptionValue Type
Family nameString
Given nameString
E-mailString
Contact detailsText
NotesText
Follow up?Boolean
JSONCSV

Model: Classifications

Nationality

DescriptionValue Type
Spected
Spectant
JSONCSV

Article Class

DescriptionValue Type
JSONCSV

Biblio:PublicationClass

DescriptionValue Type
JSONCSV