What are two parts of the self identified by mead are?
I -vs- Me.
I=the self as a subject,the active or spontaneous.
Me=the self as an object,made up of the attitudes.
George Mead developed the Stages of Self in Sociology. This is a theory of Social Behaviorism to explain how social experience develops an individual's personality. The "self"is the part of an individual's personality that is composed of self-awareness and self image. The self concists of two parts. The "I" and the "me". The I, is basically the way we see ourselves. The Me is how we think others see us. The I and Me are…
Grendel was outside the Mead Hall listening to the drunken customers bragging and keeping up a lot of noise. He initially did nothing but watch the revelry. However, two guards snuck up behind him, and proceeded to strike him. In retaliation, he not only killed the two guards who attacked him, but everyone in the hall. This reign of terror went on for thirteen years.