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- Self o Self Concept o Extended Self o Gender Roles o Body Image - Self Concept o “Actual” and “Ideal” selves: A realistic appraisal of qualities versus how one would like to be. - Activity: your own funeral, how do you want your friends and family to remember you? o The biggest jerk who ever lived, but was nice when he had to be. o Lazy ass mofo who was a genius when he actually had to do work. o Was helpful when asked, but kept to himself most of the time - Components of “self” o Individual self – e.g., self defining personality traits activities. o Physical Self – e.g. appearance, fitness, ect. o Professional self – e.g. future or present job-related traits.
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Unformatted text preview: o Interpersonal Self e.g. attributes related to relationships, family-Extended Self o You are what you consume o Products Help determine perceived self Place us in social roles Reinforce our identities o An item is more likely to be considered part of the extended self if Energy was invested in the effort to obtain them It is personalized and kept for a long time o Extended Self Levels Individual (self-definition items) Family (items associated with relatives) Community (neighborhood-related items) Group (team items)...
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