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Erving Goffman used the term to refer to characteristics that discredit people. A) master status B) role C) stigma D) sanction
Erving Goffman used the term "stigma" to refer to characteristics that discredit people.
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Erving Goffman used the term "stigma" to refer to characteristics that discredit people.
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