Concepts in Sociology

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Essay #: 066114
Total text length is 9,455 characters (approximately 6.5 pages).

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The beginning:
Concepts in Sociology
1.
self-abnegation
self-absorbed
self-actualization
self-addressed
self-adhesive
self-aggrrandizement
self-appointed
aslf-assurance
self-assured
self-awareness
self-centered
self-denial
self-destruct
self-described
self-winding
self-worth
self-titled
self-sustaining
self-service
self-serving
self-willed
self-taught
self-styled
self-sacrifice
self-rule
self-righteous
self-restraint
self-respect
self-reliant
self-monitoring
self-pity
self-regulatory
self-proclaimed
self-preservation
self-possessed
self-portrait
self-made
selfless
selfish
self-inflicted
self-interest
self-indulgent
self-improvement
self-imposed
self-important
self-image
selfhood
self-help
self-government
self-fulfilling prophecy
self-expression...
The end:
.....Autonomy means everything to me and I do not get dragged into obligation.
My identity was more self-formed than others. I believe the self is changeable. Self-reliance is a major character platform for me. Youth, vigor, innovation, and materialism are valuable.
I believe in a cosmological existence. Yet, I do believe that wealth can be expected. Our world is quite magical and spiritual, despite the denial by the majority of people. I value the future, but know that time is unpredictable and cyclical. Time is a scarce resource and life at a fast pace is preferrable.
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