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I n the next two parts of the book, we deal with one of the most important areas of symbolic interactionist studies: identity. Symbolic interactionists have long been interested in identity processes and identity work. The concern emerges from work in psychology and social psychology, such as that of James () and Cooley () and, later, Mead ().
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