These at first must be well explained because at the middle of some concepts and lessons students will encounter these words. I know who it is, because I remember the voice. And for them to avoid scratching their heads, they should already be familiar with these terminologies. Oftentimes, these terminologies are so humongous that you already forget what it means and what kind of examples to give just to explain a particular word for people who are not adept with science. I spent literally 2 years scouring the internet and begging people for a copy.
Until then I literally believed we had just gone separate ways, because I had no memory of ever finding out about his death. Collectors markets and Musical interests are two completely different things. Suppression vs Repression In psychology, there are terminologies that students should familiarize themselves with. It is not that they are but, rather, they just want to face these questions in a different manner of defense. The original intent of the artist s is usually maintained, but the results can be vastly different than the original in some cases. You can't mix the actual music and the collectors market, they're two different things entirely. Bootlegs have always had a higher collectors value, simply because they are boots, I know that from my years collecting Beatles records.
I know its spiteful but I really hope that noone else can get ahold of that on wax. And then it happened… it was almost like a flashback, but it was an explosion of memories with Damian. · Both words also see use in psychology, and here a similar distinction prevails. He had died only a month or so after that camping trip it turns out car accident , so to allow myself to cherish those memories without pain, I erased the memory of his death. Anyway, I think you hit the nail on the head regarding fairly recent records getting repressed, and the two records I mentioned above are perfect examples. Suppression of thoughts and memories are often related with bad and traumatic memories which are painful to that person. We are not aware that we have them or know them.
Additionally, reissues often come with extra stuff like bonus tracks, inserts and posters. Granted, this is sometimes done on purpose thanks Detroit techno labels. If these were always legit and sounded great, it wouldn't be as big a deal. I use those 2 examples but those artist's records are worth more in sentimental value to me, so I wouldn't ever sell em. Both share the general sense of holding back or subduing something, but repress suggests keeping something under control to maintain or regulate order, while suppress suggests a more active curtailment, an active fight against an opposing force. Similarly, one might repress rather than suppress a smirk in order to maintain a serious appearance, and one would take a medicine that suppresses rather than represses a cough in order to reduce its severity. Thus, The government repressed the rebellion implies that the government always maintained control and that the rebellious forces never posed a serious threat to governmental power before being put down, while The government suppressed the rebellion suggests that a significant rebellion was under way and that the government had to react strongly to put an end to it.
The term repress may be found in literature about the release from official sources like the label or artist, printed on hype stickers or discussed in formal reviews. He repressed a desire to hit the man. Literature about the album will use the term reissue as well as printing it on the packaging, hype stickers, inserts, etc. Suppression and repression are defense mechanisms that we use at times of an incident in which we just want to forget or we do not want to talk about it. However, she has difficulty relating and trusting others, thus there is difficulty in forming relationships. .
Interested to hear people's thoughts but I guess the only way to tell will be to wait and find out. By using these two defense mechanisms, they are able to protect their image or their identity by having a choice of saying no. Normally, a reissue shows variances from the original including the sourcing of masters, country of origin, packaging and even format. Found an old record that looks and feels new? I was told I suffered major trauma and as a result suppressed all memories of her in my mind, plus still had ptsd my whole life and never knew it and never dealt with it because I had no such memory of this tragedy And still today starting the process in search for a possible gravesite I was told I went incoherent for two weeks, went suicidal and from there had a death wish that I literally consumed me. The process is subjective and mastering engineers all have different objectives as do their clients.
It's a shame more labels don't keep masters around and wait to see the impact of their music. Or does it mean that the original press holds it's value because the repress is a repress and not the original? I mean maybe 1 year later, or 6 months later. To repress is to suppress something such as a thought, feeling or emotion. I find an old friend from my earlier past about a year. Once people find out these aren't legit, the value of the originals at least returns to where it was, and often goes up due to the larger group of people now wanting the original record.
The term has come to be used casually use in reference to the re-release of an album though the media in question may not technically constitute a repress. If he or she told you that they cannot remember about it, they are consciously suppressing their bad memory. I mean, we all know what they're doing over in Detroit. Similarly, one might repress rather than suppress a smirk in order to maintain a serious appearance, and one would take a medicine that suppresses rather than represses a cough in order to reduce its severity. She is suppressing her bad thought consciously. Until I met my wife about a year later and she basically saved my life from myself.