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Self and identity: fundamental issues

Author: Ashmore, Richard D. ; Jussim, Lee Series: Rutgers series on self and social identity ; 1 Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP) 1997.Language: EnglishDescription: 242 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0195098277Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Self and Identity Fundamental Issues Contents Contributors xiii 1 INTRODUCTION: Toward a Second Century of the Scientific Analysis of Self and Identity 3 Richard D. Ashmore / Lee Jussim PART I / Classic Contrasts: Multiplicity of Self Versus Unity of Identity 2 Multiplicity of Selves 23 Seymour Rosenberg 3 The Case for Unity in the (Post)Modern Self: A Modest Proposal 46 Dan P. McAdams PART II / Classic Contrasts: Personal Self Versus Social Identity 4 The Personal Self in Social Context: Barriers to Authenticity 81 Susan Harter 5 Me's and We's: Forms and Functions of Social Identities 106 Peggy A. Thoits / Lauren K. Virsbup PART III / Critical Contexts 6 The Historical Formation of Selves 137 Kurt Danziger 7 Selves as Cultured: As Told by an Anthropologist Who Lacks a Soul 160 Dorothy Holland 8 The Self and Society: Changes, Problems, and Opportunities 191 Roy F. Baumeister 9 CONCLUSION: Fundamental Issues in the Study of Self and Identity--Contrasts, Contexts, and Conflicts 218 Lee Jussim / Richard D. Ashmore Author Index 231 Subject Index 234

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