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I instinctively avoid meeting anyone. They form and recognize symbols of prestige and disgrace; evaluate relevant situations in terms of their own norms and in their own idiom: It can thus be said that Americans who are stigmatized tend to live in a literarily-defined world, however uncultured they might be.

Put differently, he is advised to reciprocate naturally with an acceptance of himself and us, an acceptance of him that we have not quite extended to him in the first place.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Ex-mental patients, for example, are sometimes afraid to engage in sharp interchanges with spouse or employer because of what a show of emotion might be taken as a sign of. This may be illustrated from an early goffmann of some German unemployed during the Depression, the words being those of a year-old mason: When I go out, I cast down my eyes because I feel myself wholly inferior.


How hard and humiliating it is to bear the name of an unemployed man. Here was the safe, segregated world of the sightless — a completely different world, I was assured by the social ervi, from the one I had just left….

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Former acquaintances and fstigma of better times are no longer so cordial. As we moved from room to room, I could hear the shuffling of feet, the muted voices, the tap-tap-tapping of canes. Not only do they change from unexpressive and confused individuals, as they frequently appear ervln larger society, to expressive and understanding persons within their own group, but moreover they express themselves in institutional terms.

They greet me indifferently when we meet. I became nauseated with fear, as the picture grew in my mind. He possesses a stigma, an undesired differentness from what we had anticipated. Refresh and try again. Mental defectives face a similar contingency: Among themselves they have a universe of response.

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To give up my profession and to earn my living making mops. Return to Book Page.

Never had I come upon such destructive segregation. Preview — Stigma by Erving Goffman. I was to spend the rest of my life making mops with other blind people, eating with other blind people, dancing with other blind people. What may end up as a freemasonry may begin with a shudder.

A comment is here required about those who come to serve as representatives of a stigmatized category.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. On this assumption we exercise varieties of discrimination, through which we effectively, if often unthinkingly, reduce his life chances. I was expected to join this world.


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A newly blind girl on a visit to The Lighthouse [probably the Chicago Lighthouse, one of the oldest social service agencies in Chicago serving the blind or visually impaired] directly from leaving the hospital provides an illustration: We construct a stigma-theory, an ideology to explain his inferiority and account for the danger he represents, sometimes rationalizing an animosity based on other differences, such as those of social class. The Lighthouse would be happy to teach me how to make mops.

An intellectually worked-up version of their point of view is thus available to most stigmatized persons. We and those who do not depart negatively from the particular expectations at issue I shall call the normals. We visited the Braille library; the classrooms; the clubrooms where the blind members of the music and dramatic groups meet; the recreation hall where on festive occasion the blind play together; the cafeteria, where all the blind gather to eat together; the huge workshops where the blind earn a subsistence income by making mops and brooms, weaving rugs, caning chairs.

Another sighted worker took me in tow to show me around.