The Social Dynamics of Self-esteem

The Social Dynamics of Self-esteem

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qThe Social Dynamics of Self-Esteemq introduces a unique synthesis of the theoretical views posited by Alfred Adler, Karl Marx, Georg Simmel, and Edmond Husserl in the development of a coherent theory of self-esteem. Grounded in the humanistic tradition of Adler, self-esteem theory redefines the concepts of personality as a function of both psychological and social parameters. The authors identify 18 facets of self-esteem at three levels of ego and develop three self-esteem inventories to measure each ego level. They also advance a new socio-psychological theory of deviance and develop a conflict theory of personality. This text will prove to be an indispensable handbook for professionals in psychology, psychiatry, social work, counselling, and pastoral therapy.... shock, he soon learns to detach the ground cable of the battery first. This lesson, although stemming from pain, can obviously be very valuable. A similar parallel is drawn in antithesis, with the inveterate use of the phrase, aquot;No pain, No gain.

Title:The Social Dynamics of Self-esteem
Author: R. A. Steffenhagen, Jeff D. Burns
Publisher:Praeger Publishers - 1987-01-01

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