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“…Noting that gift giving is circumscribed by convention helps explain why gift-giving rules are often enforced without tangible means or sanctions against deviance (see Caplow 1984). Conventions, like language, are "self-enforcing": an English speaker has no incentive to deviate from speaking English if others are speaking English, because English will communicate best-similarly with gift giving, which Caplow (1984) calls "a language that employs objects instead of words as its lexical elements.…”
Section: Inefficiency As the Price Of Conventionmentioning
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“…Noting that gift giving is circumscribed by convention helps explain why gift-giving rules are often enforced without tangible means or sanctions against deviance (see Caplow 1984). Conventions, like language, are "self-enforcing": an English speaker has no incentive to deviate from speaking English if others are speaking English, because English will communicate best-similarly with gift giving, which Caplow (1984) calls "a language that employs objects instead of words as its lexical elements.…”
Section: Inefficiency As the Price Of Conventionmentioning
“…Conventions, like language, are "self-enforcing": an English speaker has no incentive to deviate from speaking English if others are speaking English, because English will communicate best-similarly with gift giving, which Caplow (1984) calls "a language that employs objects instead of words as its lexical elements. "…”
Section: Inefficiency As the Price Of Conventionmentioning
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“…Os resultados aqui apresentados são, em grande parte, as respostas modais dos entrevistados; como interpretar itens de baixa incidência, ou mesmo idiossincráticos? Dados os elementos inconscientes do ritual (Bird, 1980;Caplow, 1984), será que muitos dos temas de baixa freqüência não permanecem latentes? Pesquisas futuras também precisarão investigar como os temas imaginados variam entre segmentos de consumidores, e como elementos temáticos específi cos estão relacionados aos comportamentos efetivos de compra e consumo dos consumidores.…”
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“…Embora o ritual seja uma forma de linguagem corporal, seu vocabulário pode ser relativamente inconsciente, e a fala discursiva a seu respeito tende a confundir (Bird, 1980;Caplow, 1984). Para entender melhor o conteúdo psicossocial dos rituais de cuidados pessoais de jovens adultos aqui estudados, foi administrado um Teste de Apercepção Temática (TAT) especialmente desenhado.…”
Section: Estudo 2: Temas De Fantasia Do Ritual De Cuidados Pessoaisunclassified