The autobiographical self in time and culture

This book traces the developmental, social, cultural, and historical origins of the autobiographical self - the self that is made of memories of the personal past and of the family and the community. It combines rigorous research, compelling theoretical insights, sensitive survey of real memories an...

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Main Author: Wang, Qi
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York Oxford University Press 2013, 2013
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