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Unformatted text preview: It can be directly tied to sociology through Peter Berger’s framing of Bad Faith, which is originally Sartre’s idea (Walden 2007). According to Dr. Walden’s lecture, Berger states that one property of Bad Faith is “pretending you gotta, or can’t” do something (2007). This is exactly what my friend, and many others including myself are doing when we get stressed out over classes. We feel that we have to take these classes in order to graduate, but that we can not possibly keep up with all the work. I feel that the best way for people to deal with this complaint is to make it “Nothing Personal” (Walden 2007). By making the issue apply to society as a whole, the burden of a lot of school work does not seem as hard to deal with when one knows that many others feel the same way and are able to complete the work. 1 References: Walden, Glenda. 2006. Unpublished lecture material. Boulder, CO: University of Colorado. 2...
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- Spring '07
- Sociology, Keeping up with the Joneses, Dr. Walden, DUAN G2B60 Exploriment