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" Society establishes the means of categorizing persons and the complement of attributes felt to be ordinary and natural for members of each of these categories. "
Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity - Side 2
af Erving Goffman - 2009 - 168 sider
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Honor and the American Dream: Culture and Identity in a Chicano Community

Ruth Horowitz - 1983 - 278 sider
...possible conflicts, and the resolution and evaluation of potential dilemmas. Goffman (1963: 2) states, "Social settings establish the categories of persons likely to be encountered there. The routine social intercourse in established settings allows us to deal with anticipated others without...
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Homeless in Paradise: A Map of the Terrain

Rob Rosenthal
...likely to enable us to anticipate his category and attributes, his 'social identity' . . . [because] society establishes the means of categorizing persons...ordinary and natural for members of each of these categories."18 When housed people encounter those people they identify as homeless, "ordinary and natural"...
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The Disability Studies Reader

Lennard J. Davis - 1997 - 454 sider
...ordinary and natuml for members of each of these categoties. Social sertings establish the categoties of persons likely to be encountered there. The routines of social intercourse in established sertings allow us to deal with anticipated others without special artention or thought. When a stmnger...
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The White Separatist Movement in the United States: "White Power, White Pride!"

Betty A. Dobratz, Stephanie L. Shanks-Meile - 2000 - 362 sider
...skinhead that we saw later in the televised segment Goffman's (1963:2) classic work Stigma suggests that "society establishes the means of categorizing persons...natural for members of each of these categories." Individuals characterize each other prior to knowing that person and impute certain qualities that...
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The Social Psychology of Stigma

Todd F. Heatherton - 2003 - 450 sider
...acceptance of a society; it also refers to the beliefs about individuals with such a mark. As he put it, " Society establishes the means of categorizing persons...and natural for members of each of these categories" (p. 2). One task of a theory regarding the origins of stigma is to explain how a given society or culture...
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Remnants of Nation: On Poverty Narratives by Women

Roxanne Rimstead - 2001 - 348 sider
...to stigma must be understood within "a language of re'ationships," within the societally established "means of categorizing persons and the complement...and natural for members of each of these categories" (Goffman 2), so too must the reactions of the stigmatized individuals be understood within the context...
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Gay Life in the Former Ussr

...(unmstitutionahzedl state of subcultural development. Sociery establishes the means of categotizing persons and the complement of attributes felt to be...natural for members of each of these categories. Social sertings establish the categories of persons likely to be encountered there. The rourines of social...
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Mappers of Society: The Lives, Times, and Legacies of Great Sociologists

Ronald Fernandez - 2003 - 291 sider
...order is one of its prominent themes. Before people meet one another in face-to-face interactions, "society establishes the means of categorizing persons...natural for members of each of these categories." Because we know what to expect, we need not think. In fact, attributes designated by society allow...
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Am I Still a Woman?: Hysterectomy and Gender Identity

Jean Elson - 2004 - 254 sider
...narratives. Hormonal Hierarchy Stigma and Gynecological Surgery Erving Goffman (1963, 2) asserts that "society establishes the means of categorizing persons...natural for members of each of these categories." He emphasizes that we are not generally aware of our assumptions about the association between certain...
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The Body: Alternative bodies

Andrew Blaikie - 2004 - 464 sider
...self-judgement are morally grounded in the fact that every society 'establishes the means of categorising persons and the complement of attributes felt to be...and natural for members of each of these categories' tGorTman. 1968b: II1. In this sociological model the two conceptions of moral are thus interconnected:...
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