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Sociological Aspects of the Emotions
Sociological aspects of the emotions
GillianBendelow
Introduction

As Rogers and Pilgrim (1998, 2005) have consistently emphasized, the manifestation of emotional distress is endemic across all cultures, although interpretation and responses may vary widely. Across most of so-called ‘western’ society, madness and emotional instability have always aroused ...

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