George Herbert Mead- The I and the Me | Individuals and Society | MCAT | Khan Academy



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21 thoughts on “George Herbert Mead- The I and the Me | Individuals and Society | MCAT | Khan Academy”

  1. holy cow, this explains why I'm having such an identity crisis now in my 20s. lol I'm like – why in the world do I care so much about what other people think – I used to not care

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  2. these mcat psych/soc kahn videos are terrible..unclear and imprecise af..if you pay close attention, it is hard to find a single continuous line of thought get presented..the narrators are all over the place which makes it impossible to integrate the individual pieces to conceptualise the topic as a unified whole. i cant believe there are people who can learn more easily from this nonsense than a textbook or class lecture.

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  3. What is the difference between generalized others and significant others ? How are they influencing the actor in the Game Stage ?

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  4. Oh my god this actually helped me so much thank you! (I'm in grade 10) I had to conduct a social experiment incorporating the ideas of Solomon Asch and George Mead and i didn't understand mead for soo long after seeing like a thousand videos about him this is the only one that actually helped me

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  5. Graduated with a sociology degree at the end of last year. Been looking to learn/relearn sociological concepts. This has been one of my favorite finds after looking around for a few months. Thanks!

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