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Intimate Deception

Author : P. Roger Hillerstrom
ISBN : 0880702303
Genre : Psychology
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Intimate Deception

Author : Laura Landon
ISBN : 1612184790
Genre : Fiction
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A Desperate ChoiceLady Grace Warren will do anything to protect her sisters, even betroth herself to a man so depraved that all of London fears him. Faced with a lifetime of misery, Grace has only one chance for escape: to relinquish her virtue before her wedding. Such abandon will destroy her reputation -- and ensure her freedom. But when she disguises herself as courtesan to lure a handsome nobleman, she cannot anticipate the tender surprise destiny has in store...A Twist of FateVincent Germaine, Duke of Raeborn, has lost two wives in childbirth and still has no heir. Racked by guilt and grief, he seeks comfort in the arms of an enchanting stranger. But when he realizes their night of passion may have resulted in another dangerous pregnancy, he sets out to track down the innocent female -- only to find his heart captured by a woman of incomparable courage and beauty.

The Deception

Author : Catherine Coulter
ISBN : 9781101562246
Genre : Fiction
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The complete revamping of Catherine Coulter's 1983 Signet Regency, An Intimate Deception, led to this: a full-bodied historical romance with a new beginning and a new ending.

Intimacy Cover Up

Author : P. Roger Hillerstrom
ISBN : 0825496098
Genre : Religion
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A straight-forward, biblical approach to the why's and how's of sexual abstinence before marriage by a counselor and his twenty-something daughter. Includes relevant, non-offensive discussions about some of the most common intimacy myths.

Studies In Symbolic Interaction

Author : Norman K. Denzin
ISBN : 9781781900567
Genre : Social Science
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The essays in this bi-annual series consist of original research and theory within the general sociological perspective known as symbolic interactionism. Longer than conventional journal-length articles, the essays wed micro and macro concerns within a qualitative, ethnographic, autoethnographic and performance studies orientation.

Lying And Deception In Everyday Life

Author : Michael Lewis
ISBN : 0898628946
Genre : Psychology
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"I speak the truth, not so much as I would, but as much as I dare...."-- Montaigne "All cruel people describe themselves as paragons of frankness.'" -- Tennessee Williams Truth and deception--like good and evil--have long been viewed as diametrically opposed and unreconcilable. Yet, few people can honestly claim they never lie. In fact, deception is practiced habitually in day-to-day life--from the polite compliment that doesn't accurately relay one's true feelings, to self-deception about one's own motivations. What fuels the need for people to intricately construct lies and illusions about their own lives? If deceptions are unconscious, does it mean that we are not responsible for their consequences? Why does self-deception or the need for illusion make us feel uncomfortable? Taking into account the sheer ubiquity and ordinariness of deception, this interdisciplinary work moves away from the cut-and-dried notion of duplicity as evil and illuminates the ways in which deception can also be understood as a adaptive response to the demands of living with others. The book articulates the boundaries between unethical and adaptive deception demonstrating how some lies serve socially approved goals, while others provoke distrust and condemnation. Throughout, the volume focuses on the range of emotions--from feelings of shame, fear, or envy, to those of concern and compassion--that motivate our desire to deceive ourselves and others. Providing an interdisciplinary exploration of the widespread phenomenon of lying and deception, this volume promotes a more fully integrated understanding of how people function in their everyday lives. Case illustrations, humor and wit, concrete examples, and even a mock television sitcom script bring the ideas to life for clinical practitioners, behavioral scientists, and philosophers, and for students in these realms.

Vital Lies Simple Truths

Author : Daniel Goleman
ISBN : 9780684831077
Genre : Psychology
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A penetrating analysis of the dark corners of human deception, enlivened by intriguing case histories and experiments.

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