Inner Lives and Social Worlds: Readings in Social Psychology
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Inner lives and social worlds are commonly viewed as separate yet equally important domains of experience. Inner lives comprise our personal, interior spaces--our selves, identities, feelings, thoughts, and motives. From this standpoint, "in here" is where we find "who we really are." Social worlds are "out there"; they are the external influences that shape who we are.
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Published August 8th 2002 by Oxford University Press, USA
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