Identity Formation, Agency, and Culture
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Identity Formation, Agency, and Culture: A Social Psychological Synthesis is a textbook by Charles G. Levine and James E. Cote. The work attempts to pull together theoretical and empirical research in Social psychology (psychology), Social psychology (sociology), and social philosophy to give a treatment of personal and social identity.
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