This 1990 book addresses the question of stability and change in our concepts of ourselves.
Table of Contents
List of tables; Preface; 1. Restructuring the ecology of the self: a framework for self-concept change; 2. Method considerations for an ecological approach; 3. Relocation and changes in commitment: a cross-sectional study over the first year; 4. Implications of recent research in cognitive social psychology for self-concept change; 5. Social psychological theories on maintenance and change; 6. Sociological approached to the self-concept and change; 7. The development of self-concept-related measures; 8. Functions of the physical environment for the self-concept; 9. Anticipation of transition from university; 10. The experience sampling method; 11. A quasi-experimental study of relocation and satisfaction with self; 12. Relocation as transition and change in a physical and social context; 13. A longitudinal questionnaire study over one year; 14. A longitudinal study of students' transition to university; 15. Conclusion; References; Author index; Subject index.
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