Personality in Social Process: Values and Strategies of Individuals in a Free Society
"It has long been recognized that education must provide the tools by which the creative capacities of our citizens are developed and protected, Personality in Social Process proposes intellectual frameworks and suggests techniques by which these educational aspirations can be realized. This book offers a comprehensive framework for education in a free society, as well as a value-oriented rationale for individual thought and action. It teaches methods for solving problems in a systematic way, and offers criteria for the analysis of individuals and social institutions. Paths to mental health are charted, Personality In Social Process can stimulate the development of sound personality and it can help build a philosophical foundation for education at all levels. Personality in Social Process offers a unique guide to individual strategies that will maximize values within the context of a free society"--Cover. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved).
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