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First and foremost, since popular mirror usage is so integral to my argument, it is important to get a grasp on how mirrors became so widespread.

The Rise of the Mirror as Commonplace

Another important background to explore is some basic theory of social-psychology, which is a study of how people and groups interact. The focus here will be on the ways that images inform social engagement.

Objectivity vs. Subjectivity, and Walking the Line Between Them

And now, for a discussion on the combined implications of mirrors and social psychology:

The Site of the Mirror

Back to The Mirror project page.