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The Self fromVarious Perspectives- SociologyBY: VERONICA GRACE O. TAN
INTRODUCTION:It is defined as the reflexive self to mirror and think, how one is ininteraction with other persons. From a sociological point of view,the self-reflects through a mechanism that includes the selfefficacy, identity, self-conception and self-esteem of the individualevolves in contact with others.
the study of how human society isestablished, its structures and how itworks; the people’s interactions with eachother and the effects they have to oneanother.SOCIOLOGY
THE SELF:– Is a product of social interaction– Is a social structure and it arisingin social experience– It exists in the activity of viewingoneself reflexively– “Role-taking”: taking thestandpoint of others
Characteristicsof Self1.SEPARATE – DISTINCT FROM OTHER SELVES, IT ISALWAYS UNIQUE AND HAS ITS OWN IDENTITY2.SELF-CONTAINED – DISTINCTIVE WITH ITS OWNTHOUGHTS, CHARACTERISTICS, AND VOLITION;DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY OTHER SELF TO EXIST3.INDEPENDENT – CONSISTENT AND UNITARY4.PRIVATE – ISOLATED FROM THE EXTERNALWORLD; FEELINGS, EMOTIONS, AND PRIVATETHOUGHTS

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