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" But as the individuals who carry the images fall naturally into classes, we may practically say that he has as many different social selves as there are distinct groups of persons about whose opinion he cares. "
Psychology - Page 179
by William James - 1892 - 478 pages
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890
...of him in their mind. To wound any one of these his images is to wound him.* But as the individuals who carry the images fall naturally into classes,...each of these different groups. Many a youth who is denmre enough before his parents and teachers, swears and swaggers like a pirate among his 'tough '...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890
...of him in their mind. To wound any one of these his images is to wound him.* But as the individuals who carry the images fall naturally into classes,...to each of these different groups. Many a youth who isdemure enough before his parents and teachers, swears and swaggers like a pirate among his ' tough...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890 - 1393 pages
...of him in their mind. To wound any one of these his images is to wound him.* But as the individuals who carry the images fall naturally into classes,...practically say that he -has as many different social selves asi there are distinct groups of persons about whose opinion! he cares. He generally shows a different...
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Human Traits and Their Social Significance

Irwin Edman - Social psychology - 1919
...speaking, a man has as many social selves as there are . . . groups of individuals about whose opinions he cares. He generally shows a different side of himself to each of these groups. Many a youth who is demure enough before his parents and teachers swears and swaggers like...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1950 - 696 pages
...of him in their mind. To wound any one of these his images is to wound him.* But as the individuals who carry the images fall naturally into classes,...many different social selves as there are distinct granps of persons about whose opinion he cares. He generally shows a different side of himself to each...
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Models of Man: Philosophical Thoughts on Social Action

Martin Hollis - Philosophy - 1977 - 198 pages
A study of the models philosophers and social theorists have used to explain human action, and a presentation of a new model connecting personal and social identity.
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Pluralism and Personality: William James and Some Contemporary Cultures of ...

Don S. Browning - Psychology - 1980 - 280 pages
...James seems to have the complexity of modern societies in mind when he writes, "But as the individuals who carry the images fall naturally into classes,...say that he has as many different social selves as these distinct groups of persons about whose opinion he cares." lt! The savage in a homogeneous and...
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Social Style/Management Style: Developing Productive Work Relationships

Robert Bolton, Dorothy Grover Bolton - Business & Economics - 1984 - 171 pages
...often altered when circumstances change. Psychologist William James claimed each person has "as many social selves as there are distinct groups of persons about whose opinion he cares."1 And management expert Edgar Schein writes, "The roles which people occupy partly determine...
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The Social Importance of Self-esteem

Andrew M. Mecca, Neil J. Smelser, John Vasconcellos - Medical - 1989 - 346 pages
...objective reasons we may have for satisfaction or discontent." But, on the other hand, a person also "has as many different social selves as there are...side of himself to each of these different groups" (James 1890, 294; emphasis in original). Thus, we may be restrained with our parents and teachers,...
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Social Structure and Testosterone: Explorations of the Socio-bio-social Chain

Theodore D. Kemper - Social Science - 1990 - 271 pages
...individuals who recognize him and carry an image of him in their mind. .. . But as the individuals form naturally into classes, we may practically say that...different social selves as there are distinct groups about whose opinions he cares. . . . From this there results what practically is a division of the...
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