The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life

@inproceedings{Goffman1959ThePO,
  title={The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life},
  author={Erving Goffman},
  year={1959}
}
hen an individual enters the presence of oth ers, they commonly seek to acquire information about him or to bring into play information about him already possessed. They will be interested in his general socio-economic status, his concep tion of self, his attitude toward them, his compe tence, his trustworthiness, etc. Although some of this information seems to be sought almost as an end in itself, there are usually quite practical reasons for acquiring it. Information about the individual… Expand
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