self-identity


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self-identity

the self-concept; the self as reflexively understood, as a continuing project – See also SELF.
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Hypothesis 2: For Chinese consumers a strong relationship will exist among the perceived luxury brand and the perceived (a) conspicuousness value, (b) status value, (c) hedonic value, and (d) self-identity.
According to Ustler, both environmental psychology and ecopsychology offer an account of self-identity that incorporates environments in an intimate, though mediated, way.
Terry, Hogg, and White (1999) define self-identity as "a collection of identities that reflects the roles that a person occupies in the social structure" (p.
People who are visually impaired continually "map" or compare their current self-identity and perceived "normality" and how they can reconstruct them to bring the two closer together.
This has happened gradually as each individual has progressed in their life journey and kept on attaching themselves to various things, thus losing self-identity.
Two additional chapters are dedicated to issues of memory, with one comparing images of Sinti, Roma, and Jews in Germany's national narrative and the other examining the genocide in the construction of Roma self-identity in postwar Europe.
14) Based on Stryker's identity theory, self-identity reflects the extent to which engaging in a behavior is important to an individual's self-concept.
The present research expands the existing framework of the theory of planned behavior (Ajzen, 1985) to include self-identity.
Strange, compelling, and disturbing, this twenty-first century fable raises questions about genetic tinkering and self-identity.
The study aimed to determine any significant changes or developments among the students' personality, social and emotional dynamics such as social relations, social interactions, social perceptions, social behavior, social identity, expression of emotions, emotional perceptions, moods, attitudes, self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-identity that may be attributed to musical intelligence.
Their eating pattern tended to be more of a part of their self-identity compared to former limiters.