Taking the Role of the Other

Taking the Role of the Other - development of cooperative...

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Taking the Role of the Other George Herbert Mead, Mind, Self and Society self consciousness involves being conscious of others it involves "participation in the other"--"the appearance of the other in the self" taking the role of the other means putting yourself in another person's place to think/reflect about yourself taking the role of the other helps to control your own response taking the role of the other is important for the
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Unformatted text preview: development of cooperative activity this reflective cooperative activity takes cooperation "farther than it can be carried in the herd as such, or in insect society" taking the role of the other helps to integrate the individual with organized social processes taking the role the other is also a source of self criticism...
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