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18] My opinion of the St. Helenian people are that some have no manners and got big ways. The trouble is that some of them smoke and drink so much they don’t even know whats going on. 2. SOCIAL CONTROLS ON ST. HELENA 35  The peouple on St Helena they are that some people get big ways like the police  Some what work for SHG [St. Helena Government] got big big ways  There are people on St Helena who want’s you to respect them but they will not respect people in public. Lastly, conflicts on St.
This was done solely to keep this chapter within manageable proportions despite the loss of a limited quantitative dimension. ). It is worth noting that there was no need to alter any of these essays in order to preserve anyone’s anonymity, although given the circumstances of this study it was impossible to preserve the anonymity of the school from which the pupils were drawn or the community of which they are a part. Last, each essay has been assigned a number (shown in square brackets) to allow the reader to identify and relate to each other the remarks of a given respondent, while the idiosyncratic spelling and grammar of the originals have been maintained.
Hence, according to McFarlane (1986), there exists a “shared idea that being ‘decent’ with other people requires playing down any objective superiority . ” (pp. 97–98). In turn, “there is a general tendency to deny what are presumed to be non-merited claims to superiority by the subtle put-down and gossip. . ” Nevertheless, given the public 28 SCHULENBURG and private faces of communities, “such ideas and practices co-exist with quite clear ideas that hierarchies of all kinds do exist in local society and elsewhere.