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5 August, 09:21

Allison is playing in a high school field hockey game and passes the ball to Erika, who appears to have a scoring opportunity. Allison's pass suggests that she is aware of her role as a member of a team and that she is now in which stage of development, according to George Herbert Mead?

the game stage T/F

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  1. 5 August, 10:47
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    True.

    Explanation:

    The developmental theory of George Herbert Mead of Role-Taking theory suggests that self-development takes place through the process of the role-taking that is divided into three stages. These stages are:

    The Preparatory Stage The Playing Stage The Game Stage

    In the given case, it is the game stage of the Role-taking theory. The Game Stage is the final stage in the theory. In this stage, a child, who is of seven years of age or above, begins to understand the rules of the game. The children begin to understand their roles as well as the role of other players in the game. So, the act of Allison's passing the ball to Erika, despite the opportunity of her scoring, is an example of the game stage.

    So, the answer is true.
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