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A common form of civil inattention is to try to remain inconspicuous when in a public place . Erving Goffman claims that civil inattention makes life in cities possible. We assume a posture that conveys we do not see or hear what others are doing, for example we avoid eye contact , which

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Formed in Detroit , Michigan , in 1960 as The Elgins (not to be confused with another Motown group with the same name), the Temptations have always featured at least five male vocalists/dancers. Known for its recognizable choreography, distinct harmonies, and flashy onstage suits, the Temptations

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nation, Virginia became the main target of Union attacks and the major theater of the American Civil War . Unionists in western Virginia resisted secession in 1861, declared the state offices vacant, and elected new state officers. They were recognized by Washington as the Restored government

Inattention age print that page

acceptable according to the deletion policy . Author(s) notification template: {{subst:prodwarning Inattention age|concern = Entirely original research. I've seen no reference to the inattention age" anywhere but from here. More of an essay than an article.}} ~~~~ Another editor

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Pragmatism enjoyed renewed attention after W. V. O. Quine and Wilfrid Sellars used a revised pragmatism to criticize logical positivism in the 1960s. Another brand of pragmatism, known sometimes as neopragmatism , gained influence through Richard Rorty , the most influential of the late

Seung-Hui Cho print that pageTimeline of Seung-Hui Cho


Born in South Korea, Cho arrived in the United States at the age of 8 with his family. He became a US permanent resident as a South Korean national . [ 5 ] [ 6 ] [ 7 ] In middle school, he was diagnosed with a severe anxiety disorder known as selective mutism , as well as major depressive

Anita Loos print that pageTimeline of Anita Loos


Born Corinne Anita Loos in Sisson, California (today Mount Shasta ), where her father, R. Beers Loos , had opened a tabloid newspaper for which her mother, Minerva "Minnie" Smith did most of the work of a newspaper publisher. [ 1 ] Loos had two siblings: Gladys, and Clifford (Harry Clifford

Peter Hugh McGregor Ellis print that page


Ellis has always maintained his innocence and many New Zealanders have supported calls to overturn his convictions. In 1994, the Court of Appeal quashed convictions on three of the charges but upheld the sentence. His conviction and sentence were upheld for a second time in the Court of Appeal

Hemispatial neglect print that page

are broadly divided into disorders of input and disorders of output. The neglect of input, or “ inattention ,” includes ignoring contralesional sights, sounds, smells, or tactile stimuli. Surprisingly, this inattention can even apply to imagined stimuli. In what’s termed “representational

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Anti-psychiatry print that page


Two central contentions of the anti-psychiatry movement are that: The specific definitions of, or criteria for, hundreds of current psychiatric diagnoses or disorders are vague and arbitrary, leaving too much room for opinions and interpretations to meet basic scientific standards. [ 2 ]