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A. the "I" and the "me"B. neither the "I" nor the "me"C. the "I"D. the "me"Croteau - Chapter 06 #69Level: ModerateTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social SelfType: Application
70.(p. 153)Balancing the "I" and the "me" is A. a biological component.B. rarely necessary.C. something that few people are able to do.D. learned from social interaction with others.Croteau - Chapter 06 #70Level: BasicTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social SelfType: Knowledge71.(p. 153-154)Which of the following is NOT a stage of development proposed by Mead? A. pre-playB. generalized otherC. significant otherD. gameCroteau - Chapter 06 #71Level: BasicTopic: Culture, Power, and the Social SelfType: Knowledge72.(p. 153-154)Brian is four years old. He loves to watch cartoons, especially those about superheroes. His dad was also a big fan of watching cartoons when he was a child and has introduced Brian to superheroes. Brian's dad bought him a cape and a sword. He loves to put on his cape when he is watching Superman. He will jump off the couch and pretend that he is saving the world. Which of Mead's stages of social development is Brian involved in? A. playB. gameC. generalized otherD. pre-playCroteau - Chapter 06 #72

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