MDL Analyses: C. W. Mills, 1940, p. 905

MDL Analyses: C. W. Mills, 1940, p. 905

“… for [gender identity diaspora]<wo|men live in immediate <speech |acts of experience and [underlying]their attentions are [sensory-reference effect]{directed outside [FAE]themselves} until acts are in some ways frustrated. It is then that [self-reference effect]awareness of self and of motive occurs… [motives] stand for anticipated situational consequences of questioned conduct.” (Mills, 1940, p. 905)