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Personality in social theory. (reprint, 1971).


Personality in social theory. (reprint, 1971)

Heine, Patricke Johns.



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This is a paperback reprint of a text originally published in 1971 by Aldine Pub. Co. (Chicago). Heine has taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology and U. of Michigan, and written on social psychology theory. In this text, she provides psychology and sociology students and scholars with an examination of the relation of the individual to the group through social definitions of person and personality. Coverage includes the development and specifics of role theory, role analysis, and role research, and criticisms and discontent with role analysis in the late-1960s/early 1970s. The 2008 edition makes the work available in paperback form; no additional material has been added.

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