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Deviance In The Dark

By neil6, published on Dec 1, 2012

...There were no exhibitionist 'wanna be' stars here.

Now what does it say about us now? A lot? A little, but the situation was too artificial? Or something else? Now you need to know what Ken Gergen was famous for besides this. He put forward his famous 1973 paper on :- 'Social psychology as history'. He argued behaviuor patterns could be altered by their historical context and simply by studying them. eg. if you study obedience to authority, it would reduce the likelihood of obedience. Descartes might have said :- "I think therefore I am" but Gergen said :- "I am linked... (more)

Tags: the dark room, discovery channell-sex in america, social psychology as history, ken gergen, the new dark room

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