Gary Alan Fine discovers why it's so hard to keep secrets nowadays.
GUARDING LIFE’S DARK SECRETS:
Legal and Social Controls Over Reputation, Propriety, and Privacy.
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Gary Alan Fine is John Evans Professor of Sociology at Northwestern University. He is the author of numerous books, including Difficult Reputations: Collective Memory of the Evil, Inept, and Controversial (2001), and is coauthor of Whispers on the Color Line: Rumor and Race in America (2001).more from this author >>