Phonies, Fakes, and Fraudsand the Social Harms They Cause

Verna V. Gehring

Abstract


Although the exploits of the virtue imposterwho lies about his experience, knowledge, achievements, or identity in order to gain advantage over othersare reported almost daily, we rarely consider the ubiquity of those exploits or their wider social consequences.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13021/G8pppq.232003.395

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