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" The recruit comes into the establishment with a conception of himself made possible by certain stable social arrangements in his home world. Upon entrance, he is immediately stripped of the support provided by these arrangements. "
Police and Policing: Contemporary Issues - Page 7
edited by - 1999 - 305 pages
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Total Institutions

Samuel E. Wallace - Social Science - 198 pages
Total institutions are defined in this reader not as a separate class of social establishments that exercise complete or nearly complete control over their population, but ...
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Human Nature and Collective Behavior: Papers in Honor of Herbert Blumer

Herbert Blumer, Tamotsu Shibutani - Social Science - 1973 - 404 pages
...the moral career of the recruit in the total institution and the significance of its initial stages: The recruit comes into the establishment with a conception...profanations of self. His self is systematically, or often unintentionally, mortified. He begins some radical shifts in his moral career, a career composed...
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The Sexual Scene

John H. Gagnon, William Simon - Social Science - 1970 - 293 pages
...world. Upon entrance, he is immediately stripped of the support provided by these arrangements ... he begins a series of abasements, degradations, humiliations,...systematically, if often unintentionally, mortified. Soon the former identities and associations — sweetheart, daughter, mother, wife — seem to become...
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How We Know: An Exploration of the Scientific Process

Martin Goldstein, Inge F. Goldstein - Science - 1981 - 357 pages
The portraits of Freud, Shakespeare, Einstein, and Leonardo da Vinci on the cover symbolize a major theme of How We Know—that the creative imagination plays a role in the ...
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Social Contexts of Health, Illness, and Patient Care

Social Science - 1981 - 277 pages
..."stripped" of the normal social arrangements that have provided support for a stable sense of the self. "In the accurate language of some of our oldest total...series of abasements, degradations, humiliations, and profanitions of self. His self is systematically, if often unintentionally, mortified."52 In addition...
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The Experience of Science

M. Goldstein, I.F. Goldstein - Medical - 1984 - 400 pages
...give its flavor by some quotations describing what might be called the "initiation" of the inmate: The recruit comes into the establishment with a conception...systematically, if often unintentionally, mortified. ... In many total institutions the privilege of having visitors or of visiting away from the establishment...
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The Patient's Ordeal

William F. May - Medical - 1991 - 236 pages
...stripped of the support provided by these arrangements. In the accurate language of some of our oldest institutions, he begins a series of abasements, degradations,...systematically, if often unintentionally, mortified. . . .6 Goffman particularly attends to admission rites and procedures. The act of taking off one's...
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By the Grace of Guile: The Role of Deception in Natural History and Human ...

Loyal D. Rue - Religion - 1994 - 359 pages
...camps, nursing homes) are subject to annihilation of self. When a person enters a total institution, "he begins a series of abasements, degradations, humiliations,...systematically, if often unintentionally, mortified. "4? The loss of privacy is a central element in this process of mortifying the self. To maintain a...
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Deviance: A Symbolic Interactionist Approach

Nancy J. Herman - Social Science - 1995 - 638 pages
...stripped of the support provided by these arrangements. In the accurate language of some of our oldest institutions, he begins a series of abasements, degradations,...profanations of self. His self is systematically, or often unintentionally mortified. He begins some radical shifts in his moral career, a career composed...
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Environment and Behavior: An Introduction

Robert B. Bechtel - Education - 1997 - 679 pages
...process mortification: "In the accurate language of some of our oldest institutions, he (the patient) begins a series of abasements, degradations, humiliations,...systematically, if often unintentionally, mortified" (p. 14). Spivack (1984) describes this process as a stripping off of behavior settings so that the...
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