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The social origins of the self.docx
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School
Langara College
Department
Communications
Course
CMNS 1115
Professor
W.Yeung
Semester
Winter

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The social origins of the self A number of common expressions point towards the fact that the self is not entirely "inside", in the psychological sense -- we speak of ... "finding ourselves" Being on contexts that allow us to "be ourselves" Other people " not being themselves" "Working on ourselves" The sociopsychological tradition  sees the self as internal and as the point of origin of our understandings of individuals The sociocultural tradition  sees the self as a social product and as that whose development needs to be explain
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