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Final Major Project: Self-Identity

Updated: Sep 3, 2019

“We gain our self-identities in two ways. First, as we develop self-awareness, we observe and evaluate our thoughts, feelings, and behavior based on past experience, current needs, and future goals. We also look outward to the world in which we live, for example, social, academic, and physical, for feedback that also shapes our self-identities. Because we are fundamentally social beings and an essential part of our development involves finding our place in the social and cultural context in which we live, feedback from that social world plays a significant role in the evolution of our self-identities.”

– Dr. Jim Taylor (Is Technology Stealing Our (Self) Identities? 2011)


REFERENCES

Is Technology Stealing Our (Self) Identities?. 2011. HuffPost [online]. Available at: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-jim-taylor/is-technology-stealing-ou_b_910544.html [accessed 7 May 2018].


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