Resilient Identities
Паперова книга | Код товару 1140981
Автор
Вільям Суонн мол.
Видавництво
Basic Books
Мова
Англійська
Рік видання
1999
Кількість сторінок
256
Ілюстрації
Немає ілюстрацій
Формат
151x227 мм
Палітурка
М'яка

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Once considered the province of New Age groups, the self-esteem movement has been catapulted into the American mainstream, with a California task force and other groups now claiming that raising self-esteem is the panacea for social ills from alcoholism to poor grades and poverty.

In this wide-ranging and strikingly original book, William Swann not only dissects the mistaken assumptions that underlie current self-esteem programs, but also incisively analyzes the nature of self-worth and the self-traps that make achieving and sustaining a sense of self-esteem so difficult.

Drawing on more than a decade of research, much of it his own, Swann reveals the surprising regularity with which people suffering from low self-esteem gravitate to relationships in which they are denigrated or abused. Swann shows how such people are caught in a crossfire of conflicting desires for praise and for confirmation of their negative self-views. He persuasively argues that our feelings of self-worth can only be understood as part of a larger, intricate dynamic involving society as well as the self.

Not a self-help book, Resilient Identities offers a fascinating, controversial exploration of how self-esteem conflicts develop and are played out in all of our relationships. And it discusses what we can do to encourage and sustain feelings of self-worth in our society.

Характеристики
Автор
Вільям Суонн мол.
Видавництво
Basic Books
Мова
Англійська
Рік видання
1999
Кількість сторінок
256
Ілюстрації
Немає ілюстрацій
Формат
151x227 мм
Палітурка
М'яка
Рецензії
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Характеристики Resilient Identities
Автор
Вільям Суонн мол.
Видавництво
Basic Books
Мова
Англійська
Рік видання
1999
Кількість сторінок
256
Ілюстрації
Немає ілюстрацій
Формат
151x227 мм
Палітурка
М'яка
ISBN
9780813391182
Вага
324 гр.
Тип
Паперова