SELF AND SOCIALIZATION riz marriel regaspi  enter
GEORGE MEAD INTRODUCTION COOLEY LOOKING GLASS SELF
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Sociologists like George Herbert Mead recognized that we create our own designation of the self. The self is a distinct id...
INTRODUCTION Socialization not only transmits culture but it also shapes self-concepts. home
COOLEY The process of  discovering the nature of the self from the reaction of others has been labeled as the Looking glas...
LOOKING GLASS SELF <ul><li>Three main concepts: </li></ul><ul><li>The perception  of how one looks to others, </li></ul><u...
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  1. 2. SELF AND SOCIALIZATION riz marriel regaspi enter
  2. 3. GEORGE MEAD INTRODUCTION COOLEY LOOKING GLASS SELF
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  4. 5. Sociologists like George Herbert Mead recognized that we create our own designation of the self. The self is a distinct identity that sets us apart from others. It is not static phenomenon but continues to develop and change throughout their lives. home
  5. 6. INTRODUCTION Socialization not only transmits culture but it also shapes self-concepts. home
  6. 7. COOLEY The process of discovering the nature of the self from the reaction of others has been labeled as the Looking glass self, which was created by Charles Cooley, an American Sociologist. home
  7. 8. LOOKING GLASS SELF <ul><li>Three main concepts: </li></ul><ul><li>The perception of how one looks to others, </li></ul><ul><li>The perception of other’s judgements on how one looks, </li></ul><ul><li>The feeling about these judgements. </li></ul>next
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