Z perspektywy społecznej psychologii recepcji
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Everyday practices of perception are popular not only among common recipients of the arts. Even complex analytical procedures can be stereotyped and repeated. On the other hand many amateur practices of reception can offer unexpected and inspired experiences. It is important to ask the question of to what extent everyday practices of perception act as symptoms of competence in culture and why they become obstacles in the perception and creation of symbolic culture. Practices of perception may be chaotic, unorganized but as forms of action they must have the intent of achieving some goal. The dynamic of such an action is rooted in the core of personality.