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In his 1956 book, The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life, Erving Goffman wrote, "The self, then, as a performed character, is not an organic thing that has a specific location, whose fundamental fate is to be born, to mature, and to die; it is a dramatic effect arising diffusely from a scene that is presented, and the characteristic issue, the crucial concern, is whether it will be credited or discredited." How do you act differently in different contexts?
On this day 2019.
On this day 2018.
Celebrating two years of daily cartoons.