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Individual Self, Relational Self, Collective Self

This edited volume addresses key issues relating to the concept of self, an increasingly researched area of social psychology. The self-concept consists of three fundamental self-representations: the individual self, the relational self, and the collective self. That is, people seek to achieve self-definition and self-interpretation (i.e. identity) in three fundamental ways: in terms of their personal traits, in terms of dyadic relationships, and in terms of group membership. Contributions from leading international researchers examine the interrelations among three self-representations.
A concluding commentary identifies running themes, synthesizes the extant literature, and points to future research directions.

Autore: Constantine Sedikides - Marylinn Brewer
Anno: 2002
ISBN: 9781841690438
Num. Pagine: 342
Editore: Psychology Press

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