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W norton inc social self the i and the me the i is the

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Unformatted text preview: onship within  ­ ­ I and Me •  RelaEonship without  ­ ­ Me and Society Copyright ©2012 W.W. Norton, Inc. Social Self: The I and the Me •  The I is the Inward Looking Individual part of the self •  The Me is Outward Looking Social Part of the Self •  This Double RelaEonship, Inward to Mind and Outward to Society, is Dynamic Copyright ©2012 W.W. Norton, Inc. Social Self: The I and the Me •  Changes in InteracEon and Over Time •  Self Understanding is a Process •  The Sum of the I and the Me is the Personality Copyright ©2012 W.W. Norton, Inc. Self & Social InteracEon •  Self Emerges in Social Interac/on •  Starts when Child Plays Roles •  Forms when Child Plays Games •  Requires Understanding Many Roles in RelaEon to One’s Own Ro...
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