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  The Rookie       (1184 5 )
.... This theory is called the looking-glass self and it can be found in every day life; it is a part of our literature, television, and especially movies. ....

Alcoholism       (957 4 )
.... Charles Horton Cooley developed the idea of "the looking-glass self which explains "that the individual can only reflect upon and form images of himself or ....

Charle Horton Cooley       (1218 5 )
.... his refusal to label himself as a sociologist (he merged together history, social psychology and philosophy) Cooley?s concepts of the ?looking-glass self? ....

American History X       (1190 5 )
.... Nurture, Looking Glass Self, and Mead's concept of "I and "Me . .... nurture, the looking glass self, and the concept of "I and "Me .

Symbollic Interactionism       (1167 5 )
Symbolic Interactionism "The Looking Glass Self John P. Hewitt defines symbolic interactionism as a distinctly American sociological perspective whose roots ....

Labeling       (1286 5 )
.... Through this study Cooley developed the concept of the looking glass self; in which people imagine how others view them. The main ....

Angel,Monster, or Both       (951 4 )
In "The Queen's Looking Glass written by Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar they address the issue of .... Women were encouraged to please society and to be self-less. ....

criminological research       (2405 10 )
.... friends. Cooley develops the theoretical concept of the looking glass self, a type of imaginary sociability (Cooley 1902). People ....

A Brief Review of Major Theorists in the Field of Sociology       (2273 9 )
.... individuals. Cooley titled his principle of transformation The Looking Glass Self which can be categorized by three basic steps. The ....

"Socialization       (756 3 )
.... others. Cooley (1902) coined the term looking-glass self to describe the process by which a sense of self develops. He summarized ....

The History of Mirrors       (726 3 )
.... Defined by Webster's dictionary as “a looking-glass or a speculum; any glass or polished .... have limited from us, but it also promotes self-criticism and some ....

SOCIOLOGY110       (525 2 )
.... their appearance and actions. This idea is derived from the Cooley concept of the "looking-glass self . However; Herbert Mead would ....

Sheridan le Fanu:in A Glass Darkly       (1988 8 )
.... Le Fanu, looking in the glass is dangerous, not for fear of the terror we may glimpse within but for fear of the reflection we may catch of our self within ....

Analysis of The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls       (1174 5 )
.... major negative trait that Mom shows throughout the Glass Castle is .... Mom is not looking out for the safety of her .... said, "but it could also improve my self-esteem ....

Sociology Study Guide       (3175 13 )
.... Debunking: Looking behind the facades of everyday life People: 1. Charles Horton Cooley: 1864-1929 "looking glass self" and self concept, noting that selfish ....

Alice in Wonderland       (1662 7 )
.... that "adults are cruel, childlike, irresponsible, impulsive, and self-indulgent-- the .... the ignorance of prejudices is shown is in Through the Looking Glass. ....

Personality       (1796 7 )
.... There is a parallel between this theory and Charles Cooley's concept of the "looking-glass self which argues that human interaction reflects the immediate ....

eating disorders       (379 2 )
.... Many individuals view themselves as not being good enough and causes harm their body to get the illusion that they fit in -Looking Glass Self. ....

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest       (610 2 )
.... CH Cooley?s ?looking glass self? was a theory that described the way that the patients learned things about themselves and how to interact with the Head Nurse. ....

Anorexia       (1492 6 )
.... I believe this is where the looking glass self concept comes in. People believe that everyone thinks and sees them as fat so they must be fat. ....

An Analysis of Anger Management       (1382 6 )
.... for intervention, and a looking glass for the batter in which to observe himself and his patterns. VICTIMS Victims normally have or develop low self-esteem, a ....

Art-Ahdaf Soeuif-       (465 2 )
.... happy then things would be wonderful, all the while inhibiting her true self. .... of now to confront the same issues of then, via another culture's "looking glass.

The Road to Discovering Self: Feminism in The Awakening       (740 3 )
The Road to Discovering Self: Feminism in The Awakening. .... and believes that she should be looking after him .... and unwomanliness by breaking a glass and stomping on ....

Self-Determination, Incentives and the Crowding Out Effect       (7651 31 )
.... basis, the main idea is to consider that he or her tries to find the information in the reward policy of the principal by means of a looking-glass self effect. ....

Classroom of america       (2650 11 )
.... Sociologist Charles Cooley defined this as "looking glass self or "reflected appraisal, which represents the theory that we see ourselves as a reflection of ....

The Glass Menagerie       (551 2 )
.... The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams revolves around the flaws .... and lets that make her extremely self conscious; and .... and feels trapped and is looking for a ....

Lear's Spiritual Journey From Ignorance to Insight.       (1247 5 )
.... is confused over whether she is dead or not ("Lend me a looking-glass; if that .... Lear's journey from the ignorance of a pampered and self-centered king, through ....

Theories of personality critique       (1295 5 )
.... His phrase ˜the looking glass' suggests that we discover oneself by others and their .... with the effect of experiences on the development of the self concept and ....

The Glass Menagerie       (2052 8 )
.... to accentuate the fact that he is looking for adventure .... defect, but her lack of confidence and self-esteem. .... as delicate as these pieces of glass, but sometimes ....

Corruption in The Scarlet Lett       (1412 6 )
.... him, as an act of penance [ ¦] He kept vigils, [ ¦] viewing his own face in a looking glass by the most .... Dimmesdale recognizes his self-alienation from truth. ....


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