Mirrors and Masks shows that thefusion of theoretical approaches benefits the analyses of many scholars. Identity as a conceptis as elusive as everyone's sense of his own personal identity. Each sees himselfmirrored in the judgments of others. The masks he presents to the world are fashioned upon hisanticipations of judgments. This book uses the notion of identity to organie materials andthoughts about certain aspects of problems traditionally intriguing to socialpsychologists.I have to make sacrifices in my own research, of course.aquot;8 The Harvard professor from whom this quote is taken must be ready and willing to append aquot;of courseaquot; to his sacrifice ... At Harvard University, few assistant professors can expect to attain the tenure ranks; most anticipate going to other ... But he must guard himselfa and some do so insufficientlya against putting down roots into the community andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mirrors and Masks|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 1997-01-01|