The Social Self Discovery

The Social Self Discovery

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  • How Do We Come to Know the Social-Self?Leave your thoughts with one of our waiters!
  • You don't know what Social-Self is?!
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  • Sure, no problem!So the term Social-Self basically refers to how someone perceives themselves to be.Now, I think a person can come to know the Social-Self. from their memories. It is said that the self contains memories that become the basis for knowledge about oneself. It is concerned with maintaining positive self-feelings, thoughts and evaluations. One way in which this is done is by influencing memory in ways that preserve especially what makes you feel good about yourself. Autobiographical memory refers to memory of events or topics related to our own everyday life (Matlin, 2009:121). Your memory has a tendency to ignore or rationalize behaviours which are unpleasant, thus denying that you have done anything wrong. The self is powerful in its ability to store memories and situations or events to which these relate.
  • How Do We Come to Know the Social-Self?Leave your thoughts with one of our waiters!
  • Haha...I guess not.Can you explain what it is and how we come to know it?
  • That's right!From an Observer’s perspective, we attempt to learn about ourselves by taking their perspective on our own past. It is said that when we analyze our own actions, we tend to attribute our own behaviour to more situational or external causes, whereas when we observe others, we tend to attribute the same behaviour to more internal causes. Baron (2009) suggests that we take an observer’s perspective ourselves so as to learn about them from the vantage point of others. Doing so will help us to characterize ourselves more consistently as having certain dispositions or traits.
  • Oh, that's interesting! Could it also be that we come to know the social Self by how other's perceive us?
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