Introduction1

@article{Corngold2011Introduction1,
  title={Introduction1},
  author={Stanley Corngold},
  journal={Monatshefte},
  year={2011},
  volume={103},
  pages={339 - 343}
}
It is particularly fitting that Du Bois Review would publish a special feature titled “Varieties of Responses to Stigmatization: Macro, Meso, and Micro Dimensions.” In many ways, we can consider the management of stigma to be a quintessentially Du Bois topic. In his classical writings on double consciousness, this pioneering social theorist (2007) captured the complex psychological experience of managing a life where one feels divided within oneself. He focused specifically on African American… 

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The following pages were written by Stanley Corngold but include many valuable contributions-which the author has translated and elaborated