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...Theorists Mead’s Theory of Self: Renowned early 20th century sociologist-theorist George Herbert Mead has articulated his famous theory of self, which serves as a landmark in respect of defining the socialization process of the individuals in a detailed and comprehensive way. Self, according to Mead, serves as one’s image about his personality, which is developed by entering into interaction with other members of society at large (Ritzer, 2007). Consequently, the concept of self appears to be reflective one, which grows in the light of the views and opinions of others about an individual (Theo, 2008). This image presents the picture in the sub-conscious of mind, and man acts... Module Module ID:...