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SELF by Mind Map: SELF

1. SOCIOLOGICAL

1.1. LOOKING-GLASS SELF

1.1.1. LABELLING BIAS

1.1.2. SELF-LABELLING

1.2. STAGES OF THE SELF

1.2.1. PREPARATORY STAGE

1.2.2. PLAY STAGE

1.2.3. GAME STAGE

1.3. PERSPECTIVES

1.3.1. INTEGRATION

1.3.2. SOLIDARITY

1.3.3. MORAL INDIVIDUALISM

1.3.4. SOCIAL FACTS

2. PHILOSOPHICAL

2.1. KNOW THYSELF

2.1.1. LIMITATIONS

2.1.2. RECOGNIZE IGNORACE

2.2. EXPERIENCES

2.2.1. SENSE DATA

2.3. PSYCHE

2.3.1. EXAMINATION OF THE SELF

2.4. SELF PRESENTATION

2.4.1. = HAPPINESS

2.5. TOPOGRAPHICAL MODEL

2.5.1. CONSCIOUS

2.5.2. SUBCONSSCIOUS

2.5.3. UNCONSCIOUS

2.6. STRUCTURAL MODEL

2.6.1. ID

2.6.2. EGO

2.6.3. SUPEREGO

2.7. NEUROSCIENCE

2.7.1. UNDERSTANDING SELF

3. PSYCHOLOGICAL

3.1. ME-SELF

3.1.1. MATERIAL SELF

3.1.2. SOCIAL SELF

3.1.3. SPIRITUAL SELF

3.2. I-SELF

3.2.1. INDIVIDUAL SELF

3.2.2. RELATIONAL SELF

3.2.3. COLLECTIVE SELF

3.3. SELF-CONCEPT

3.3.1. IDEAL SELF

3.3.2. REAL SELF

3.4. CORE FEATURES

3.4.1. INTENTIONALITY

3.4.2. FORETHOUGHT

3.4.3. SELF-REACTIVENESS

3.4.4. SELF-REFLECTIVENESS

3.5. BIG FIVE TRAITS

3.5.1. EXTRAVERSION

3.5.2. AGREEABLENESS

3.5.3. NEUROTICISM

3.5.4. OPENNESS TO EXPERIENCE

3.5.5. CONSCIENTIOUSNESS

4. ANTHROPOLOGICAL

4.1. PANTAYONG PANANAW

4.1.1. FORM-US-FOR-US

4.2. DYNAMIC DUALISM

4.2.1. LOOB=LABAS

4.2.2. BUDHI=KALULUWA

4.3. ASPECTS OF THE SELF

4.3.1. PRIVATE

4.3.2. PUBLIC

4.3.3. COLLECTIVE

4.4. CULTURE

4.4.1. INDIVIDUALISTIC VS. COLLECTIVISTIC

4.4.2. TIGHT VS. LOOSE

4.4.3. SIMPLE VS. COMPLEX