Looking glass self refers to the tendency to internalize other people’s judgments about us into our self-concept. Looking glass self is the idea that we see ourselves through the eyes of other people and incorporate their views into our self-concept; the idea that people learn about themselves by imagining how they appear to others. Moreover, Looking glass self is the idea that a child’s self-concept is largely determined by the ways other people respond to him/ her According to symbolic interactionism , Looking-glass self is the mental self-image that results from taking the role of the other

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