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Little wonder that when we enter this world we are preconditioned to need, want, seek and recognize a mother. The mother archetype, then, is our innate ability to recognize a certain relationship, that of mothering. According to Jung, as this is somewhat abstract we project the archetype onto the physical world and onto a particular person, usually our own mothers. In the absence of such a human form, we tend to personify the archetype, turning it into a mythological storybook character. This character symbolizes the archetype.
8 Self-image. what Giddens (1991) terms a “plurality of lifeworlds,” each with its own social roles, norms and values. This notion contrasts with the Cartesian concept of a highly individualist, autonomous and unitary self. 8). This third conception of self, as perceived and influenced by the perceptions of significant others, peer groups, reference groups and so forth, is a critical component of identity. The sociologist Charles Horton Cooley coined the term “looking-glass self” to describe the way we develop a self-concept through our perceiving and imagining how others perceive and react to us.
With the former dimension, power and achievement value types (concerned with self-interests) oppose universalism and benevolence value types (concerned with the welfare and interests of others). In the case of openness to change versus conservatism, self-direction and stimulation value types (marked by independence of thought and action and disposition to new experience) oppose security, conformity and tradition value types (marked by self-restriction, order and resistance to change). Hedonism is deemed to contain elements of both openness to change and self-enhancement.