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George Herbert Mead's I & Me -- Research Starters Sociology

By: Link, Sharon;

2009 / EBSCO

Description

This article provides a brief glimpse into the historical and academic background George Herbert Mead. It includes an overview of George Mead's sociological philosophies, including ways Mead defined the sociological tenets of "I" and "Me," with accompanying examples of Mead's views and additional insights. Also presented are ways George Mead's social philosophies impacts current sociological thought through various applications. Further examples will be provided into Mead's social and functional Theory of Mind, which will be offered and presented through Mead's account of human origins. A conclusion is offered that describes the impact of Mead's theories and current societal practices through the sociological lens.