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Unformatted text preview: not acceptable. The way Garfinkel's work relates to emotions is that emotions are uninhibited but an individual shapes them according to the social space around them as deemed "appropriate". The failure to do so causes them to be deviant. Which results in the degradation of the person in the social sphere. Social rules apply to thought and behavior but not to feelings and emotions. EMotions have to be kept in control and shaped according to social situations like the behavior of being happy at a party and sad at a funeral does not necessarily relate to true emotions everyone present there is feeling but it is a social situation where certain behavior is deemed appropriate....
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- Spring '07