Blushing as a Discourse: Was Darwin Wrong?

@inproceedings{Castelfranchi1990BlushingAA,
  title={Blushing as a Discourse: Was Darwin Wrong?},
  author={Cristiano Castelfranchi and Isabella Poggi},
  year={1990}
}
The aim of this chapter is to consider the social and biological functions of shame and the communicative value of its most typical expression, blushing, while arguing against Darwin's theory of blushing, which would deny it any specific function. 

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