In social psychology, we have to identify a common thought of the self, that can attend to either macro and micro methods, and which avoids the redundancies of separate theories on diverse points of the self. For this goal, we current middle elements of id thought and social identification conception and argue that even though adjustments exist among the 2 theories, they're extra alterations in emphasis than in type, and that linking the 2 theories can determine a extra totally built-in view of the self...
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Simon, Bernd, Michael Loewy, Stefan Stuermer, Ulrike Weber, Peter Freytag, Corinna Habig, Claudia Kampmeier, and Peter Spahlinger. 1998. ” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 74:646-58. Simon, Bernd, Giuseppe Pantaleo, and Amelie Mummendey. 1995. “Unique Individual or Interchangeable Group Member? ” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 69:106-19. Stets, Jan E. 1995. ” Sociological Perspectives 38:129-50. 43 _____. 1997. ” Social Psychology Quarterly 60:185-217. Stets, Jan E. and Peter J.
9 As a substitute for the self-esteem motive, other motives have been suggested, including a collective selfesteem motive (Crocker and Luhtanen 1990), a self-knowledge motive, a self-consistency motive, a self-efficacy motive, (Abrams and Hogg 1990), an uncertainty reduction motive (Hogg and Mullin 1999), and a self-regulation motive 9 Below we suggest an alternative formulation of the sources of self-esteem in social identification. 29 (Abrams 1992, 1994). Any of these motives can be brought into play when the identity is activated and depersonalization occurs.
It is possible that people largely feel good about themselves when they associate with particular groups, typically feel confident about themselves when enacting particular roles, and generally feel that they are "real" or authentic when their person identities are verified. Yet, although the group, role, and person identities provide different sources of meaning, it is also likely that these different identities overlap. Sometimes they may reinforce who one is; at other times they may constrain the self.
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