Thursday, December 06, 2007
"unwholesome curiosity about our image"
"We have a fascination about how we are perceived. We have an unwholesome curiosity about our image. We are the anorexic fixated on weight; the politician obsessed with voter polls; the coach worried about sportswriters and their take on the team. Our mania reflects insecurity – a neurotic preoccupation with what others think about us", schreibt Steve McKinzie in seinem Editorial "Our Professional Image" für die Dezember-Ausgabe von Library Philosophy and Practice.