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- also known as Archetypal Images, LLC
- Telly Award for Non-Broadcast Productions Film/Video - History/Biography - "Breaking Through the Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby"
- People's Telly Award for Non-Broadcast Productions - Non-Broadcast Production - "Breaking Through the Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby"
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The Goddess in Every Girl (2013)
Develop Your Feminine Power by M.J. Abadie
Erich Neumann, The Great ll/lother W The reason humans share these archetypal images is that there is a psychic substratum in which we all participate . It has been called by different names. The psychologist Carl G. Jung invented the term collective unconscious. Others have used terms such as race memory. Think of this shared undercurrent in all humans as being like the waters beneath Earth's surface. We see lakes and streams, rivers and oceans, on the surface. But if we could ...
by Kevin L. Nadal
Thus, they have moved toward an understanding of archetypal images unhindered by dogmatic cultural assumptions regarding stereotyped gender categories. In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, post- Jungian theorists have dialogued regarding the phenomena of gender construction as well as the ...
Global Women's Issues and Knowledge by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
Important archetypal images of woman include mother, daughter, amazon, witch, wife, virgin, siren, spiritual partner, sister, hetira, and wise woman. In religion, such figures as Lilith, Eve, Kali, Kwan-Yin, the Virgin Mary, and Sophia personify archetypal images of feminine potency. The feminine modality of being makes itself known in human history in various archetypal forms, that is, in recurrent clusters of images and patterns of behavior associated with certain dominant types of the ...
by Ian Aitken
Here, a series of quick shots of life in China, the first being a dramatic point of view parachute drop, followed by parades, workers, dancers, and other archetypal images that are repeated throughout China!, are cut together to the rhythm of the song ...
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