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" The most fortunate of normals is likely to have his half-hidden failing, and for every little failing there is a social occasion when it will loom large, creating a shameful gap between virtual and actual social identity. "
Writing Home - Página 479
por Alan Bennett - 2007 - 688 páginas
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Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity

Erving Goffman - 2009 - 168 páginas
...self-conception reactively, in terms of their response to this plight.1 This report argues differently. The most fortunate of normals is likely to have his...precarious form a single continuum, their situation in life analyzable by the same framework. (Hence persons with only a minor difierentness find they understand...
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Wittgenstein on Freud and Frazer

Frank Cioffi, Cioffi Frank - 1998 - 310 páginas
...wide ranges of persons face at some time or other', and on another that 'the most fortunate of mortals is likely to have his half-hidden failing, and for...large creating a shameful gap between virtual and social identity . . . the occasionally precarious and the constantly precarious form a single continuum'....
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