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People treat children in a variety of ways: care for them, punish them, love them, neglect them, teach them. If parents, relatives, and other agents of socialization perceive a child as smart, they will act toward him or her that way.
(A) Conversely, if we detect unfavorable reactions, our self-concept will likely be negative. Hence, self-evaluative feelings such as pride or shame are always the product of the reflected appraisals of others.
(B) Thus, the child eventually comes to believe he or she is a smart person. One of the earliest symbolic interactionists, Charles Horton Cooley, argued that we use the reaction of others toward us as mirrors in which we see ourselves and determine our self-worth.
(C) Through this process, we imagine how we might look to other people, we interpret their responses to us, and we form a self-concept. If we think people perceive us favorably, we’re likely to develop a positive self-concept.