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  • The Difference Between Self-Concept And Ethical Communication

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    book explains that self-concept begins from outside – the particular others’ views of and communication with us. How does self-concept differ from self-esteem? Your self-concept or self-image is the sum total of all knowledge and information you have about yourself (Bleeker). The image or idea of yourself that comes from what others think about you and what you know about yourself. Self-concept is the knowledge gained from reflection on ‘Who am I?’. On the other hand, self-esteem is your attitude

  • Literature Review : Secondary Data Existing On The Subject Area

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    of the De Montfort University library. Moving onto, the self-concept theory which focuses on one’s self-beliefs, preferences, opinions and attitudes [1] all to fit one’s personal being. In psychology it is seen to be very complex as every individual has a very different personalities, it is to say that sometimes we do not understand what is going on inside of us [1]. Rene Descartes had made the primitive discovery that in the self-concept theory suggested that a persona existence depended on how

  • The Importance Of Interpersonal Communication

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    communication is communication that strives us to create and maintain relationships with others in our life. My interpersonal communication is solely based on my self-concept, self-image, how I perceive myself, my bad and good qualities, and my non-verbal communication. My expectations about myself or my self-concept influences how I communicate with others around me. It is stated that “the term self-concept is a general term used to refer to how someone thinks about, evaluates or perceives themselves” (Mcleod

  • Self Theory And Self Concept

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    Self-Concept From the moment of birth, the need to communicate is evident. When babies come out of the womb they non-verbally communicate by crying, and the crying communicates that they are afraid and need comforting. Infants communicate in many non-verbal ways, such as pointing at something that the infant wants or by smiling because the infant got something he or she likes. From infancy to adulthood, communication develops into a mix of verbal and non-verbal forms. Communication is so important

  • My Semester Into Advanced Psychological Foundations Of Education

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    Learning and Teaching Introduction As I review my semester in Advanced Psychological Foundations of Education, I’m aware of all the tools I have collected over the past few months. Learning strategics, such as: social constructivism, emotional competence and myths about dual language learners will now become part of my planning resources as I prepare lesson plans for my students. During our three face-to-face sessions, there were three topics that spoke to me as an teacher the most: classroom community

  • The Theoretical Principles of Person Centre Counselling

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    because of the conditions of worth that have been imposed upon them and not because of whether or not the experience enhances the organism . The developing self will grow and actualize itself but because the self contains the introjected evaluations of others it may grow in a different direction from the organism. Positive self regard A Positive self image which is no longer dependant on the attitudes of others. Internal and external locus of evaluation This refers to how much you value yourself

  • Many Me's

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    The Many Me’s Questionnaire Words or phrases I use to describe my physical self 1. I am blue eyed man 2. I am 5’11 3. I am Stocky built 4. I am Balding 5. I am Average Words or phrases I use to describe my personality 6. I am Authoritative 7. I am curious 8. I am analytical 9. I am kind 10. I am ambitious Words or phrases I use to describe my social self (me interacting with others) 11. I am outgoing 12. I am comical 13. I am a good listener 14. I am a good communicator 15

  • The Virtuous Cycle In The Empathy Diaries By Sherry Turkle

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    and finally self-reflection. These components can be seen clearly in Yiyun Li’s essay “Dear Friend, From My Life I Write to You in Your life.”, where Li shares with us her experience with identifying her own self which is linked to solitude, opening up to others which is the conversation and finally her disagreement with people’s view of herself which is self-reflection. Showing us how she works through the virtuous cycle with the added component of time; the before and after concept in Li’s essay

  • Self-Awareness and the Locus of the Self-Knowledge Development: a Comparison Study to Investigate Developmental Sequences Using Semi-Structured Self Concept Interviews

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    TITLE Self-awareness and the locus of the self-knowledge development: a comparison study to investigate developmental sequences using semi-structured self concept interviews. ABSTRACT This study examines the view that self-awareness gradually develops with a shift from physical to psychological characteristics whilst the locus of self-knowledge progressively transfers from others to the self. Previous research implementing semi-structured self concept interviews to investigate self descriptions

  • The Theory Of Self Structure

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    into the gestalt of self-structure. When this situation exists, there is a basic or psychological tension. 15.Psychological adjustment exists when the concept of the self is such that all the sensory and visceral experiences of the organism are, or may be, assimilated on a symbolic level into a consistent relationship with the concept of self. These two propositions are the opposite of one another. 14 is when the individual is open and true to how he views and experiences him self and 15 is when the