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In social psychology, we have to identify a normal thought of the self, which could attend to either macro and micro techniques, and which avoids the redundancies of separate theories on various elements of the self. For this goal, we current center parts of id thought and social id concept and argue that even if transformations exist among the 2 theories, they're extra ameliorations in emphasis than in type, and that linking the 2 theories can determine a extra absolutely built-in view of the self...

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In addition, the roles defined as more important to the group may influence hostility toward out-group members more strongly than do roles defined as less important to the group. At the microlevel, an analysis of the group, the role, and the person may help us to understand more clearly such 35 motivational processes as self-esteem, self-efficacy, and authenticity. It is possible that people largely feel good about themselves when they associate with particular groups, typically feel confident about themselves when enacting particular roles, and generally feel that they are "real" or authentic when their person identities are verified.

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