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==Career==
 
==Career==
He was a Professor of Sociology at the [[University of Maryland]] from 1975 until his death in 1992. Prior to this he held positions at [[Cornell University]] and the National Institute of Mental Health
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He was a Professor of Sociology at the [[University of Maryland]] from 1975 until his death in 1992. Prior to this he held positions at [[Cornell University]] and the [[US National Institute of Mental Health]]
   
   
==Contribution
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==Contribution==
 
He is particularly known for his work on [[self-esteem]] and [[self-concept]].
 
He is particularly known for his work on [[self-esteem]] and [[self-concept]].
   
   
==Pblications==
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==Publications==
 
He has written and edited many books and articles. these include:
 
He has written and edited many books and articles. these include:
   
Society and the Adolescent’s Self- Image (1965),
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*Society and the Adolescent’s Self- Image (1965),
Conceiving the Self (1979),
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*Conceiving the Self (1979),
Social Psychology of the Self-Concept (1982),
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*Social Psychology of the Self-Concept (1982),
and The Unread Mind: Unraveling the Mystery of Madness (1992)
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*The Unread Mind: Unraveling the Mystery of Madness (1992)
   
   

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Morris Rosenberg was an American social psychologist and sociologist. He developed the Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale.

EducationEdit

He received his PhD from Columbia University in 1953.


CareerEdit

He was a Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland from 1975 until his death in 1992. Prior to this he held positions at Cornell University and the US National Institute of Mental Health


ContributionEdit

He is particularly known for his work on self-esteem and self-concept.


PublicationsEdit

He has written and edited many books and articles. these include:

  • Society and the Adolescent’s Self- Image (1965),
  • Conceiving the Self (1979),
  • Social Psychology of the Self-Concept (1982),
  • The Unread Mind: Unraveling the Mystery of Madness (1992)

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