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HUM101 CSU Social issue: Egocentrism essay

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·write about social issue egocentrism and how it particularly interests you. Find a newspaper editorial on the subject and construct an outline of an argument made on the subject. Be sure to distinguish between an argument and an explanation.

·What are the main conclusions? Premises? What premises are missing? What is their conclusion? Using external scholarly sources, can you determine if the argument is sound? Is the argument inductive, deductive, or a mixture of both? You should employ the principle of charity to understand the argument at hand.

··Cite all claims and ideas using scholarly sources. While it is acceptable to write in the first person, be sure to cite your sources to support your inferences. Must include introduction, conclusion, and refrences.

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Egocentrism
by Booth T

Submission date: 28-Feb-2019 01:38AM (UT C-0500)
Submission ID: 1085244051
File name: Egocentrism.docx (18.99K)
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Egocentrism
ORIGINALITY REPORT

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SIMILARIT Y INDEX

9%

10%

3%

INT ERNET SOURCES

PUBLICAT IONS

ST UDENT PAPERS

PRIMARY SOURCES

1

9%

www.scientificamerican.com
Int ernet Source

Exclude quotes

On

Exclude bibliography

On

Exclude matches

< 3%


Running Head: EGOCENTRISM

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Egocentrism
Name
Institution
Date

EGOCENTRISM

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Introduction

Egocentrism is a concept derived from Jean Pageant's theory of development.
Egocentrism mainly refers to the lack of differentiation of the aspect of self and another. The
inability to understand other people's views or opinions may be different from their own.
According to the theories, egocentrism is evident at childhood and somehow spreads to
adolescence and later diminishes when one develops a mature mind of adulthood. Everybody
possesses egocentrism even though the levels vary from one individual to another. The
egocentric individuals feel that their behavior draws attention to many and they always think of
what others say about them. Egocentric people believe that their opinion is right and the other
people do not deserve to give their views. Egocentrism and narcissism seem to be similar in
many ways, but they don't mean the same. Narcissist individual views himself extra worth and
essential and can manipulate others to ...

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