posted by Alicia on .
Can people's attitudes be isolated?
Is this rhetorical? Of course not, however, I know many folks that say so for the sake of ego. Most of them are psychologists or therapists. Some are Republicans.
People usually 'smear' there attitudes all over others, whether others are in the mood for "attitude" or not. <G>
So what does mean? For study and research purposes can attitudes be isolated?
I don't think so. Some will disagree. Attitudes pervade out psyche, they reappear in different circumstances. Often, they hide. This recent Boston "racial profiling" incident. In fact, there appears to be racial profiling on both persons part, but in fact, but deny it.