self-identity


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self-identity

n.
1. The oneness of a thing with itself.
2. An awareness of and identification with oneself as a separate individual.
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H1: Ethical self-identity influences the purchase intentions of regular consumers but not those of occasional consumers.
In their study on fair-trade coffee, Shaw, Shiu, and Clarke investigated the effects of self-identity on consumers' choices.
The methods of the article are comparative and analytical due to necessity to analyse the most peculiar features of changing cultural images and, also, to identify modern tendencies of self-identity expression in modern European discourses.
Such details are strewn throughout to demonstrate the openness of self-identity more generally.
As discussed earlier, according to Pierce and his colleagues (2003), there are three reasons why employees experience psychological ownership in organizations: (1) because the organization provides opportunities for the employee to feel efficacious and in control (effectance motive); (2) when the experience of perceived ownership becomes a part of the employees' self-identity (self-identity motive); and (3) when the employee feels "at home" in the organization ("place to live" motive).
This emphasis is consistent with self-identity developed through independence.
Modernity and self-identity: Self and society in the late modern age.
It was in Paris, unburdened by race and exposed to Negritude and Pan-Africanism, where Jones was first able to embrace fully her self-identity. She fortified this further by marriage to Haitian artist Louis Vergniaud Pierre-Noel and immersion in Haitian culture.
M., (1999) "The theory of planned behavior: Self-identity, social identity, and group norms," British Journal of Social Psychology, (38), pp.
The theories and research point toward two important considerations: balancing the needs of the self with others, and cultivating such traits as compassion, non-defensive self-awareness, and independent self-identity. Individual essays include "The Lure of the Noisy Ego: Narcissism as a Social Trap", "Collective Angst: How Threats to the Future Vitality of the Ingroup Shape Intergroup Emotion", "Homonegativity and the Lesbian Self: Portraits of the Ego as Either Transcender or Occluder of Negative Social Stereotypes", and much more.
Others admitted their weight and body image was "the most important aspect" of their self-identity.
The roundtable "Self-Identity of Political Parties: What is Important in this Process?" was held in Bishkek on Thursday.