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Assessment of the latent content revealed that the images on the webpages often included non-farming adults, positive food products, and fields.
Dreams from below are those which are provoked by the strength of an unconscious (repressed) wish /.../[and] Dreams from above correspond to thoughts or intentions of the day before which have contrived during the night to obtain reinforcement from repressed material that is debarred from the ego (p 111) This idea is supported by a footnote added in 1925 to 'The Interpretation of Dreams', where Freud (1900/1981) wrote that readers 'seek to find the essence of dreams in their latent content and in so doing they overlook the distinction between the latent dream-thoughts and the dream-work' (p 506n).
The researchers completed their latent content analysis by contextualizing gender in three additional textbook items: (a) all references to historical figures, (b) the textbook chapters devoted to issues of sexism and feminist practice, and (c) index references to topics related to the general area of gender and sex: "women," "men," "sexism," "feminism," "mothers," "fathers," and "gender." Both main index topics and subtopics were analyzed to determine possible areas of oversimplification or misrepresentation.
When the content analysis has identified specific discussion categories, or topics, the researcher can explore them to find their latent content, the deeper meanings contained in participants' expressions (Graneheim & Lundman, 2004).
To fully gauge coverage of first ladies, we subjected each text to manifest content analysis and latent content analysis (Babbie 1983, 279).
Judges have rather wide discretion in this area and some may not allow latent content questions, although most judges will.
Tate employs, instead, Freudian templates to investigate the latent content of the novel's meanings.
Flanders' The Dream Discourse Today is a collection of influential publications from the last 30 years that show the historical and current arguments in psychoanalysis about the relative importance of the manifest content and latent content of dreams, the emphasis on the analysand's free associations to parts of the dream, and the status of dream interpretation within psychoanalysis.
The author does not dismiss or ignore previously written formalist treatments of Hitchcock, but concerns himself primarily with the latent content of his films and the relationship of those films to one another.
To see the latent content, the addressee must "grab" the message from the beaming crowd as he would a pluck a point of light from a summer cloud of fireflies.