KAES


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KAESKent Adult Education Service (UK)
KAESKurdish American Education Society (est. 1997; Upland, CA)
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Sabemos por Anzieu (1971) y Kaes (2014) que cada grupo se constituye sobre un fondo de alianzas inconscientes que permiten la creacion de un imaginario grupal.
Kaes (10) highlights that the intersubjectivity does not only mean: "[...] a regimen of interactions between individuals who communicate their feelings through empathy, but [...] the dynamic structure of the psychological space between two or various subjects.
Whether one agrees to Kaes's view or not, the fact remains that films seem to have become legitimate sources of historical knowledge, being quoted as such by increasingly large audiences: as Marnie Hughes-Warrington noted, "for many people, 'history' is what they see in films and television programs." (3) However, in spite of such evidence, professional historians still view cinematic representations of the past as "fake" or "distorted history", being sceptical about the medium's possibilities of providing authentic recreations of past historical events.
Sur la base de ce positionnement, les accompagnateurs aeuvreraient a reduire le desequilibre lie a l'effet d'<< etrangete culturelle >> (Kaes, 2005) cree par l'affiliation a leur nouvel univers professionnel, qui repose sur des codes pour lesquels les EFE n'ont pas les cles.
Se trata de eventos que, por su naturaleza, pueden despertar emociones intolerables, y al no encontrar traduccion en palabras, se manifiestan a traves del silencio (Kaes 2006; Peris 2005; Puget 2006).
La institucion como lugar de vida (Kaes, 1989) es una arena que se caracteriza por la complejidad inherente que se registra en su seno, que posee una manera de plantear y resolver problemas; una racionalidad intrinseca (Anderson, 1962) que ante determinadas coyunturas y tipos de conflicto se convierte en campo de lucha (Ball, 1989) y que da origen a alianzas, liderazgos, desafios, luchas por el control y confrontaciones permanentes o momentaneas entre los diferentes grupos y sujetos que comparten fines y propositos; presentandose en ocasiones aspectos confusos, inextricables, ambiguos, llenos de incertidumbre (Jackson, 2001).
Anton Kaes, Martin Jay, and Edward Dimendberg (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994), 493; all other Roh quotations are from this source.
Inventors: Christian Jean-Marie Kaes, Carlo Kanz, Olivio Jean-Baptiste Pagliarini and Marc Weydert