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The importance of defining particular emotions

May 5, 2013

“advances in our understanding of emotions will continue to be minimal until we have developed unambiguous definitions for particular emotions, rather than rely on current usage. The vernacular language for emotions in most languages is confused and confusing, especially English.”
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Scheff (2003:1))

Ref: (cited, p.5) James Connor (2007) The sociology of loyalty. New York: Springer Verlag

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