Year: 1970 Source: Humanitas Journal of the Institute of Man, v.6, no.1, (Spring 1970), p.82-94 SIEC No: 19832904

An analysis is provided of the social being of the individual, not from a laboratory perspective but from an “ecological” point of view which is concerned with the activities of everyday life. An understanding of social psychology is important in the discovery of the individual’s place in the world. Societal pressures to conform yield an undue influence on our lives as conformity to social norms suppresses individual self-expression. Diversity is to be celebrated & uniformity must be questioned.