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Persona: Social Role and Personality. by Helen Harris Perlman. Perlman analyzes the way in which adult roles assumed in work, marriage, and parenthood continue to shape human personality. Referring to Freud's definition of maturity as the ability to love and to work, she discusses how a person makes himself known through the roles involved in loving and working, what expectations a person brings to each role, and what personal changes can come about through the demands of being a worker, marriage partner, and parent.

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by: Helen Harris Perlman. Publisher: University of Chicago Press. Print ISBN: 9780226660288, 0226660281. Persona is the Latin word for the mask used in Greek drama with which the actor assumed his role and defined his identity

by: Helen Harris Perlman. Persona is the Latin word for the mask used in Greek drama with which the actor assumed his role and defined his identity.

The Samuel Deutsch Distinguished Service Professor Emerita in the School of Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago, Perlman developed the Chicago School of social work theory, an approach that has influenced social work education and practice around the world.

Helen Harris Perlman is the Samuel Deutsch Distinguished Service Professor, Emeritus, in the School of Social .

Helen Harris Perlman is the Samuel Deutsch Distinguished Service Professor, Emeritus, in the School of Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago. She serves on the board of directors of the American Orthopsychiatric Association and the Council on Social Work Education. Her other books include Persona: Social Role and Personality (1968) and Relationship: The Heart of Helping People (1979), also published by the University of Chicago Press. Información bibliográfica.

Social Role and Personality. Helen Harris Perlman

Social Role and Personality. Helen Harris Perlman. Part One: Some Forewords and Afterthoughts Part Two: Some Theoretical Speculations 1. Adulthood and Personal Change 2. Social Role and the Adult Personality Part Three: Some Perspectives on Vital Roles 3. Work 4. Marriage 5. Parenthood Part Four: Some Practical Considerations 6. Role Ambiguity-Some Common Problems 7. Intake and Some Role Considerations 8. Identity Problems, Role, and Casework Treatment 9. Role and.

Persona; social role and personality.

Perspectives on social casework. Perspectives on social casework. Persona; social role and personality. Her other books include "Persona: Social Role and Personality" (1968) and "Relationship: The Heart of Helping People" (1979), also published by the University of Chicago Press. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

PERLMAN, Helen Harris 1905-2004OBITUARY NOTICE- See index for CA sketch: Born December 20, 1905, in St. . Paul, MN; died of heart failure September 18, 2004, in Hyde Park, IL. Sociologist, educator, and author. Source for information on Perlman, Helen Harris 1905-2004: Contemporary Authors dictionary. Many more books would follow, including Persona: Social Role and Personality (1968), Relationship: The Heart of Helping People (1979), and Looking Back to See Ahead (1989). Despite her emphasis on sociology texts, Perlman remained in love with literature and writing, publishing short fiction and poetry in such magazines as the New Yorker.

Persona is the Latin word for the mask used in Greek drama with which the actor assumed his role and defined his identity. Perlman analyzes the way in which adult roles assumed in work, marriage, and parenthood continue to shape human personality. Referring to Freud's definition of maturity as the ability to love and to work, she discusses how a person makes himself known through the roles involved in loving and working, what expectations a person brings to each role, and what personal changes can come about through the demands of being a worker, marriage partner, and parent.
Persona: Social Role and Personality ebook
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Helen Harris Perlman
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