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As demonstrated via hierarchical regression, possible selves added to understanding the students' self-protective behavior above and beyond their underlying motivation.
The critical importance of finding opportunities to enact the possible selves developed at the university was illustrated by the experiences of Johnny.
Possible selves is a term used to describe what one might become in the future and includes the concepts of hope, fear, and dreams.
A Play of Selves tells the story of one woman's Sybilian encounter with herself in the face of an epic, doomed (and sometimes humorously overdetermined) love affair.
The women she introduces in her book draw clear boundaries between their old, wayward selves and their new, religious selves.
These perspectives are not mutually exclusive, nor do they necessarily presuppose a continuum: conceivably, different characters (in Watanabe-Hammond's framework) could have alternative possible selves that could be called upon or invoked under different circumstances.
After American workers have stressed their disorganized selves into a state of illness, they continue to drag their infectious selves into the office, according to a report by CCH Inc.
In light of the lack of literature exploring mentoring relationships and the development of self-efficacy, aspirations, and possible selves in high-risk adolescent female mentees, this study may provide information for the field of sociology and for training and development in mentoring programs.
of our social-ecological selves and our possibilities of living in harmony with cruciform nature, to a celebration of the earth as a child of God and of humans as the evolved mind of the earth-child.
Selves did not come from the same stuff as trees, and stones, and arms, and legs, and knuckles, and immune systems.
In the end, it has to do with culture: appealing to people's better, more-productive selves, and helping them grow into that person, management at our featured companies told us.
These diverse writings on the challenges and opportunities in this ever evolving field of study are organized into six major sections which include: The Givens in Our Conversations: The Writing Process; Talking in Terms of Discourse: What It Is, How It's Taught; Scientific Talk: Developmental Schemes; Talking about Writing in Society; Talking about Selves and Schools: On Voice, Voices, and Other Voices; and Continuing the Conversation.