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According to the symbolic interactionist George Herbert Mead the generalized other is a. the inability of very young children to differentiate...

According to the symbolic interactionist George Herbert Mead the generalized other is

a.the inability of very young children to differentiate between themselves and others

b.the second stage in Mead's theory of the development of self wherein children pretend to play the role of the particular or significant other understanding of general social norms (being able to take on the role of many others in many situations)

d.the role that toddlers take on when they graduate from the meaningless imitation of infancy to the play-acting stage of young childhood....the preparatory stage

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