chapter  2
The social iden tity approach to educa tion and learn ing: iden ti fic a tion, ideation, inter ac tion, influ ence and ideo logy
ByS. Alexander Haslam
Pages 34

With the renewal of phys ical exist ence goes, in the case of human beings, the re­ creation of beliefs, ideals, hopes, happi ness, misery, and prac tices. The continu ity of any exper i ence, through renew ing of the social group, is a literal fact. Education, in its broad est sense, is the means of this continu ity of life. . . . Each indi vidual, each unit who is the carrier of the life­ exper i ence of his group, in time passes away. Yet the life of the group goes on.