Anthony Judge: Confusion in Exchanging “Something” for “Nothing”

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Anthony Judge

Confusion in Exchanging “Something” for “Nothing”

Cognitive implication in the asymmetrical processes of begging and its surrogates

Introduction
Begging conventionally framed
Conventional begging more analytically framed
Varieties of conventional begging
Begging surrogates conventionally framed by euphemism
Features of the begging process
Responding to begging: compassion, emotional blackmail and risk of being duped?
Something for Nothing: internal dialogue in the confusion of the begging moment
Systemic representation of “begging” processes
Mapping the cognitive dynamics of the begging moment
Implications for engaging in the begging moment
References

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