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  • Erving Goffman (11 June 1922 – 19 November 1982) was a Canadian-American sociologist and writer, considered by some "the most influential American sociologist
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  • The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life (category Books by Erving Goffman)
    Presentation of Self in Everyday Life is a 1956 sociology book by Erving Goffman, in which Goffman uses the imagery of the theatre in order to portray the importance
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  • Erving Goffman (1922–1982) was a Canadian sociologist Goffman may also refer to: Alice Goffman, American sociologist (and daughter of Erving Goffman) Andrew
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  • Julius Erving (born 1950), American basketball player, also known as "Dr. J" Erving Goffman (1922–1982), Canadian sociologist and writer Erving Walker
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  • Alice Goffman (born 1982) is an American sociologist, urban ethnographer, and Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology at Pomona College. Goffman became
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  • Asylums (book) (category Books by Erving Goffman)
    Other Inmates is a 1961 collection of four essays by the sociologist Erving Goffman. Based on his participant observation field work (he was employed
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  • personal boundaries. Civil inattention is the term introduced by Erving Goffman to describe the care taken to maintain public order among strangers
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  • ISBN 0-8028-4249-6.  "Extracts from Erving Goffman". A Middlesex University resource. Retrieved 12 November 2010.  Goffman, Erving (1961). Asylums: essays on
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  • mathematician David Sankoff, then to Canadian-American sociologist Erving Goffman from 1981 to his death in 1982, and subsequently married sociolinguist
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  • Frances Bay (redirect from Frances Goffman)
    (née Averbach) and Max Goffman, and was raised in Dauphin, Manitoba. Her younger brother was the noted sociologist Erving Goffman. Before World War II she
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  • Problematics of Sociology (1997) p. 5 Erving Goffman, Relations in Public (1972) p. 18-21 Smelzer, p. 22 Goffman, p. 84 and p. 88-9 Randall Collins,
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  •  191–193 Goffman (1959) Goffman (1982) Goffman (1974) Goffman (1963) Goffman (1963), p. 7 Goffman (1963), p. 81 Goffman (1963), p. 13 Goffman (1963)
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  • between a "role set" and a "status set". Role conflict Role strain Erving Goffman (1961). Encounters. Bobbs-Merrill.  Robert K. Merton (1968). Social
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  • the original form of aggressive communication'.[clarification needed] Erving Goffman points out that every 'crack or remark set up the possibility of a counter-riposte
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  • life. The term was first adapted into sociology from the theatre by Erving Goffman, who developed most of the related terminology and ideas in his 1959
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  • these man-made components are included in our cultural environment, Erving Goffman in particular stressing the deeply social nature of the individual environment
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  • developed by William R. Cupach and Tadasu Todd Imahori on the basis of Erving Goffman's Interaction ritual: Essays on face-to-face behavior (1967). Cupach
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  • define these acts as criminal (or deviant) and will treat them as such. Erving Goffman was one of the most influential sociologists of the twentieth century
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  • that people are unaware they are doing so. The work of sociologist Erving Goffman laid the theoretical foundation for ways to study the construction of
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  • controlling information in social interaction. It was first conceptualized by Erving Goffman in 1959, and then was expanded upon in 1967. An example of impression
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