By Patrick B.De Mare, Patrick De Mare, Robin Piper, Sheila Thompson
A research of the bigger team, concentrating on the techniques and dynamics wherein the crowd micro-culture emerges. because the preliminary frustrations of the crowd locate expression in hate, this can be reworked via discussion to what the Greeks knew as 'koinonia', or the kingdom of impersonal fellowship.
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Extra resources for Koinonia: From Hate through Dialogue to Culture in the Larger Group
U n l i k e the small group, whose size is deliberately and exclusively limited to between eight and twelve members, it is conceivable that a large group can slowly expand and grow to a number that has yet to be established. Increasing the size of the group is something that we still have to learn to do, as we learn how to evolve from a familio centric to a social culture. It could take several years to discover how to increase the size of a particular group— from twenty to, let us say, thirty members.
The problem for the individual is the intrusion into the individual situation of the repressed unconscious. For the large group, on the other hand, it is con sciousness that is in jeopardy, both for the individual and for the group's equivalent of consciousness, namely communication and organization. The problem for the rudimentary large group is its mindlessness; not how to feel, but how to think. The year 1975 saw the publication of a collection of papers entitled The Large Group, edited by Kreeger.
Meet together in nego 4. In 1900 F r e u d wrote that there are no conversations i n dreams. Dialogue, on the other hand, is quintessen tially conversational. Members can choose to talk to each other, as distinct from violating each other—can choose Koinonia. So can the convenor! The humanizing and individualizing of the social dimen sion r u n a distinctly separate course from the socializing r group structure (structure) = (superego) The group structure takes over the superego. endopsychic energy (system) = (frustrated id) Hate The ego is exercised by dialogue, Ego training in action.
Koinonia: From Hate through Dialogue to Culture in the Larger Group by Patrick B.De Mare, Patrick De Mare, Robin Piper, Sheila Thompson