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He suggests that more people should come out and reveal their secret beliefs. In a qualitative study of African American students' goal orientations, Edelin (1998) found that when students were asked to discuss their achievement goals during interviews, most of the students talked about holding extrinsic goals. The purpose of this exchange is to maximize benefits and minimize costs. In "Cripple Fight" a new handicapped boy steals attention away from Timmy with his stand-up comedy.

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Publisher: University of California Press; 1 edition (October 9, 2007)

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