Encyclopedia of Identity"As a result, what you have before you is, by those standards a modest undertaking, a reference work that takes a broad comprehensive approach to identity as a socially constructed phenomenon. The purpose of this encyclopedia is to offer an opportunity to everyday readers to understand identity as an everyday phenomenon, process, and dynamic that affects their lives."
Encyclopedia of Perception"The field of perception is concerned with explaining the operation of the senses and the experiences and behaviors resulting from stimulation of the senses. The senses are vision, hearing, the cutaneous senses (touch, pain, tickle, itch), chemical senses (taste, smell, flavor), proprioception and kinesthesia (awareness of body positions and limb position and motion), and the vestibular sense (balance)."
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