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August 03, 2009


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TJ McIntyre

While this is perhaps most acute for children, it also becomes an issue in many other contexts where traditionally we have had "social forgetfulness" allowing individuals to reinvent themselves. Blanchette and Johnson have a very interesting piece on this issue, available here:

(Direct link to pdf here -

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