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  1. page Goffman Response edited Type Goffman discusses a lot of things that I view as obvious. The meeting of people turns into a…
    TypeGoffman discusses a lot of things that I view as obvious. The meeting of people turns into a guessing game, and maybe manipulation plays a larger role in life than it did back then. I see people trying to act different ways on a regular basis. This essay didn't bring any new information to the content of your page here.table, and was relatively useless in transitioning between Cooley and Gergen.
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  2. page Whitman Summary edited ... I still warble under you, if none else does, unmitigated adoration. Even though the time has …
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    I still warble under you, if none else does, unmitigated adoration.
    Even though the time has come for the sun to set, and death to come, Whitman still sings the song of absolute undying adoration for the sunset.
    Whitman views the sunset as death, but it leads into new life. He talks about his soul, which sees everything as perfect and only has good things to say. But every object in Nature has this soul, not just him, making everything in the universe perfect. He lists a large amount of things that are perfect, including war. Because of this perfection, he is able to energize himself from the happiness and triumph of these soul imbued objects. He continues to sing his song, of things that cannot end, because with the death of the sun setting, life resumes. And he will sing this song for the setting sun, no matter what.
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  3. page Whitman Response edited Whitman- Nature Everything is perfect. Consciousness Consciously viewing spirituality as an as…
    Whitman-
    Nature
    Everything is perfect.
    Consciousness
    Consciously viewing spirituality as an aspect of Nature.
    Spirituality
    Nature is the spirituality.
    Everything has a soul, spirit.
    Death is another phase of life, no outside destination.
    Possible connections between Whitman and Hopkins:
    Both view the Windhover as more than just a falcon.
    Both view Jesus as perfect.
    Both change something ordinary into something spiritual.
    Both believe in a soul.
    Both view nature as important aspects, though for different reasons.

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  4. page Hopkins Response edited ... Christian God as truth. Death leads to an outside destination: Heaven/Hell. Possible connec…
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    Christian God as truth.
    Death leads to an outside destination: Heaven/Hell.
    Possible connections between Hopkins and Whitman:
    Both view the Windhover as more than just a falcon.
    Both view Jesus as perfect.
    Both change something ordinary into something spiritual.
    Both believe in a soul.
    Both view nature as important aspects, though for different reasons.

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  5. page Hopkins Response edited Hopkins- Nature Jesus is a reference point for nature. Nature is a lesser imitation of the perf…
    Hopkins-
    Nature
    Jesus is a reference point for nature.
    Nature is a lesser imitation of the perfection of Jesus.
    Nature is the manifestation of Christ, God.
    Consciousness
    Consciously viewing nature as an aspect of Christ/Spirituality.
    Spirituality
    Absolute meaning.
    Christian God as truth.
    Death leads to an outside destination: Heaven/Hell.

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  6. page Gergen Response edited My life in terms of Gergen: My brother went off to college in Washington D.C. and I joined the m…
    My life in terms of Gergen:
    My brother went off to college in Washington D.C. and I joined the military, ending up in California. I worked long hours, and with the time difference, I rarely spoke with my family. Immersed in a new community, I met people from around the world, and I started my journey away from my primary group. Different people started influencing my behavior, new morals and values introduced to, and sometimes forced on, me. As a member of the military I followed the rules set before me, regardless of what I thought of them. My way of thinking started to change, and I came out of the military a different person than when I went in.
    Analysis of My Current Life:
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  7. page Gergen Response edited ... went in. Analysis of My Current Life: Wake up to alarm on my cell phone Take a shower,…
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    went in.
    Analysis of My Current Life:
    Wake up to alarm on my cell phone
    Take a shower, using soap from (location)
    Eat breakfast, cereal packaged in (location) read back of cereal box
    Drive to class, in a car from a Korean company, gas from someplace, probably middle east
    Listen to music from around the world
    Learn calculus, 1,000's of years of development, from a teacher that was raised in China
    Go home, read news online, do homework, facebook, text, wife
    Analysis of My Current Life in Respect to My Primary Group
    Talk to my mom and brother once a month
    Talk to my dad even less frequently
    Talk to my sister a couple times a week, facebook
    Spend most of my time at work/school
    Home time is spent on homework, remaining time with Jem
    No longer in contact with any childhood playmates save a couple
    Face to face time with mom, sister and brother about a weekend every two months
    Face to face with dad a day out of every six months

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  8. page Gergen Response edited Type My brother went off to college in Washington D.C. and I joined the content military, en…
    TypeMy brother went off to college in Washington D.C. and I joined the contentmilitary, ending up in California. I worked long hours, and with the time difference, I rarely spoke with my family. Immersed in a new community, I met people from around the world, and I started my journey away from my primary group. Different people started influencing my behavior, new morals and values introduced to, and sometimes forced on, me. As a member of your page here.the military I followed the rules set before me, regardless of what I thought of them. My way of thinking started to change, and I came out of the military a different person than when I went in.
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  9. page Cooley Response edited My Primary Group: My mother and ... the weekends. Analysis of My Primary Group: My brothe…
    My Primary Group:
    My
    mother and
    ...
    the weekends.
    Analysis of My Primary Group:
    My brother wakes me up
    Eat breakfast with family
    Ride bus to school, school mates
    class, recess, lunch, play
    bus home
    Play outside with friends, bike riding
    sports practice, soccer, baseball, lacrosse
    family dinner
    homework, bed
    Analysis of My Current Life in Respect to My Primary Group
    Talk to my mom and brother once a month
    Talk to my dad even less frequently
    Talk to my sister a couple times a week, facebook
    Spend most of my time at work/school
    Home time is spent on homework, remaining time with Jem
    No longer in contact with any childhood playmates save a couple
    Face to face time with mom, sister and brother about a weekend every two months
    Face to face with dad a day out of every six months

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  10. page Cooley Response edited Cooley talks about My mother and father raised my brother, sister and me in a very typical prima…
    Cooley talks aboutMy mother and father raised my brother, sister and me in a very typical primary groupsgroup setting. We lived in a way that it makes sense. If you understand what he is talking about, it issmall town, in a house set back in the only conclusion that you can comewoods, somewhat removed from modern technology. I spent most of my days playing outside with my brother, with my mother close by taking care of my sister. My dad grew up a soccer player and started all three of us kids playing at the age of 5; one of my first steady introductions to aboutan outside sphere of influence. As I grew older, between sports and school, I started making friends outside of my immediate family. After school I would ride my bike to meet up with friends and I spent more and more time with them instead of my family. My friends and I would ride bikes, explore the woods, or play sports together on a daily basis but I always came home for a family dinner. My active childhood expanded, now in high school, playing soccer and lacrosse both year round. After 8 hours of school I would have at least 2 hours of practice for either sport, depending on the season, but still always made the family dinner, now sandwiched between doing homework. My family started to spread, all three kids playing sports non-stop, my parents getting divorced and my mom going back to work, but we still found time for dinner with my mom, or a barbeque with my dad on the information.weekends.
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