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The social self

Author: David Bakhurst
Publisher: London : Sage, 1995.
Series: Inquiries in social construction.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The internationally renowned contributors to this book examine the senses in which we are `social selves' whose very identities are intimately bound up with the communities and cultures in which we  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Bakhurst
ISBN: 0803975961 9780803975965 080397597X 9780803975972
OCLC Number: 246781481
Description: VII, 184 Seiten.
Contents: Introduction - David Bakhurst and Christine Sypnowich Problems of the Social SelfMeaning and Self in Cultural Perspective - Jerome BrunerWittgenstein and Social Being - David BakhurstWhat a Vygotskian Perspective Can Contribute to Contemporary Philosophy of Language - Ellen WatsonThe Soviet Self - Felix Mikhailov A Personal ReminiscenceDeath in Utopia - Christine Sypnowich Marxism and the Mortal SelfThe Social Self in Political Theory - Stephen Mulhall and Adam Swift The Communitarian Critique of the Liberal SubjectThe Gendered Self - Diana CooleBecoming Women/Women Becoming - Helene Keyssar Film and the Social Construction of GenderWhy Multiple Personality Tells Us Nothing about the Self/Mind/Person/Subject/Soul/Consciousness - Ian Hacking
Series Title: Inquiries in social construction.
Responsibility: ed. by David Bakhurst ...
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