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Ch.7 Identity salience Multiple self identities some more important than others; can be ranked The more .salient an id the more frequently we will rely on it Loss of a salient id ex. Divorce or widow, can cause uncertainty Loss of less salient id has less of an effect Self esteem How we evaluate ourselves We evaluate our identities Attributional bias See ourselves responsible for our successes Attribute failures to the environment Impression management When we try to manipulate others perception of us Front stage In front of an audience Display best behavior Backstage Away from the audience, engage in performance we screen from audiences view because they contradict the impressions we are attempting to convey “let down your hair” Text 2 Ch. 4 self esteem shaped by the reflected appraisals, social comparisons, and experience of self efficacy Text 1 Ch.3 67-100 Role- normative expectation, use them to allocate privileges and responsibilities Role expectation
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