Everyone knew the same thing.
That person in your life will be irritated, angry and uncomfortable to be around. In other words, a whole asshole.
Recent research from the University of Georgia shows that the “big assholes” in people’s lives are middle class men.
Published by Collabra: Education, The study asked about 400 people who consider the “big asshole” in their lives to evaluate the attitudes that people associate with the term. Researchers have found that most of the goals of harassment are viewed as manipulative, controversial and responsible.
These scenes, as well as common themes like deception and irresponsibility, don’t just represent run-of-the-mill “assholes.” They are some of the similar features shown in the technologies of psychopathic, antisocial and narcissistic disorders. (Researchers say these things aren’t considered the same as your ex’s asshole’s illness.)
“People don’t have a problem figuring out who the ‘biggest asshole’ is in their lives,” said Brinkley Sharpe, director of education and a medical student at the College of Economics and Science. Franklin. About half of the “assholes” were friends of the participants, old masters or family members.
“On average, participants don’t think they’re very close to these people, which is reasonable because these people are portrayed as aversive nature.”
But about one in three of the “big assholes” are people now in the participants ’lives, including co -workers, friends and current friends.
Bad people are thought to be nice and angry
After experiencing the “big asshole” in their lives, participants were asked to describe how they related to that person, how they related to that person and much of the word is appropriate for that person. Respondents were then asked to describe three ways in which the man was considered an “asshole.”
In each case, the participants numbered the agreement with the following questions: Do you think that person knew what they were doing to harm people? Do you think that person felt the problem of his or her attitude towards people? And do you think that person can change his or her personality if they really want to?
Most of the participants believed that the shakers in their lives saw their way of harming people but did not fully care for the change.
“It’s interesting to me what the people who are shooting are doing in terms of running the gamut,” Sharpe said. “We’re talking about personality, the asshole is said to be an unfriendly and angry person.
“We’re talking about characters. The asshole isn’t against people, but they don’t care much about what other people think and how they are perceived by others.”
These people often find themselves struggling to manage their anger, have no responsibility and hold big ideas.
Responses from a variety of complaints, things like this one that left home decorators wrong, and more importantly. “Some of the answers were really bad,” Sharpe said. “We’ve had men where the man has done something really wrong.”
Others are a sign of the times, with those complaining that the man did not wear the mask and was elected for Donald Trump.
“It’s clear there’s a lot of change in the way people use this term,” Sharpe said. “I think the idea of learning is that profanity is important. We think of certain things by using them or we combine them in certain ways.”
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Brinkley M. Sharpe et al, “They’re Kings”: Explaining the goals of a common stigma among English -speaking people in the United States, Collabra: Education (2022). DOI: 10.1525 / collabra.32552
Presented by the University of Georgia
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