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1 1 2 Erikson Erikson ’s Theory: s Theory: Industry vs. Inferiority Industry vs. Inferiority Industry r Developing a sense of competence in various skills. r School provides many opportunities. r Children learn the value of division of labor and develop a sense of moral commitment. 3 Erikson’s Theory (continued) Inferiority r Pessimism and lack of ability to do things well. r Family environment, teacher and peers can contribute to negative feelings. 4 Self-Understanding in Middle Childhood 1. Self-Concept l More refined me -self or self-concept. Are organizing their observations of behaviors and internal states into general dispositions. l Social comparisons -School children make social comparisons by judging their appearance, abilities, and behavior in relation to those of others. l Emphasize competencies -both positive and negative. 5 Self-Understanding (continued) 6 Self-Understanding (continued) George Herbert Mead believed that a well-organized self emerges when the child’s I-self
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course FCE 212 taught by Professor Gipson-tansil during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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