FROM FACE-SAVING TO SOUL-SEARCHING: ON THE SERVICEABILITY OF OVERAPOLOGIZING IN EDUCATION

This phenomenological inquiry attempts to render more transparent the connection between students’ failures to deliver as expected in school and their culturally sanctioned, high-frequency style of apologizing for it. In a social environment that overwhelmingly promotes consent, resistance and count...
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Author:

Alin Cristian [VerfasserIn]

Format:

Electronic Article

Language:

English ; tgl

Published:

2010

Subjects:

Overapologizing

Symbolic responses

Passive resistance

Incapacity symptoms

Failure patterns

Social credit

Containing Work:

In: Social Science Diliman - University of the Philippines, 2011, 6(2010), 1, Seite 28-45

Containing Work:

volume:6 ; year:2010 ; number:1 ; pages:28-45

Links:

https://doaj.org/article/5362ced92cec449f9b1b4083b1d0e158 [kostenfrei]

http://journals.upd.edu.ph/index.php/socialsciencediliman/article/view/1722 [kostenfrei]

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Catalog id:

DOAJ029724724

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