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attitude once formed is very difficult to change attitude once formed is very difficult to change Presentation Transcript

  • WELCOME Goodmorning to all and one.
  • GROUP - 12
    • Group members Roll No
    • Priti Deora 7
    • Mamta Gupta 13
    • Vishakha Kamble 16
    • Juhile Patil 37
    • Yogesh Saswade 49
    • Dhanashree Satave 50
    • TOPIC: Attitude once formed is very difficult to changed.
    • (FOR THE TOPIC)
  • INTRODUCTION
    • “ Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.”
  • DEFINITIONS
    • Stephen Robbins describes attitudes as evaluative statements – either favorable or unfavorable concerning objects , people or events. They reflect how one feels about something.
    • Baron and Greenberg have defined attitudes as “ relatively stable clusters of feelings, beliefs and behavioral intentions towards specific objects, people, or institution.
  • FUNCTIONS OF ATTITUDE
    • Self-identity or self-expression function.
    • Self-esteem function.
    • Ego-defensive function.
    • Knowledge function.
    • Impression motivation function.
  • CHANGING ATTITUDES
    • Attitudes are formed by individual experiences over a long period of time. Attitudes once formed are very difficult to change, especially if they are uniformly positive or negative in nature.
  • DEVELOPMENT OF ATTITUDES
    • Social psychologist believe that development of attitudes occurs in different ways :-
    • They are learnt.
    • They are influenced by genetic factors.
    • Social learning is the process through which attitude is developed.
  • ATTITUDES WHICH ARE NOT CHANGE IN FIXED JUDGEMENT .
    • Fixed ideas about members of a particular group or person is difficult to change the attitude from our part.
    • If we assume that a person is corrupt only because he is politician on that base our attitude does not change.
    • With such judgment we have either positive or negative feelings towards a person merely only on the basis that person belongs to a particular group.
  • ATTITUDE WHICH DOESNOT CHANGE ON PRE-JUDGING.
    • In simple words , prejudging is the dislike that we have towards a particular person because he is a member of particular group.
    • We dislike peoples for e.g. if you dislike a person only because he is south-Indian is a prejudging.
    • Prejudice generates negative thoughts and feelings towards members of a particular group.
  • CONDITION UNDER WHICH ATTITUDE ONCE FORMED IS DIFFICULT TO CHANGE
    • The attitude does not changes in the condition where the person is the teenager.
    • In case where the person when keep an attitude of judgment on other person is also not possible to change the attitude of that particular person.
    • In case where the family are conservative there the attitude of the children is also difficult to change.
  • CHARACTERISTICS OF NOT CHANGING THE ATTITUDE
    • Messages that do not appear to be designed to change our attitude in any possible manner.
    • Some messages which distracts the people by their false statement makes the people keen to not change the attitude.
    • The attitude also never change unless the message is understood.
  • TARGET
    • The people who have low esteem and have lack of confidence change the attitude.
    • The attitude is not changed of individuals who are educated, knowledgeable and well formed.
    • The attitude is not changed unless the person is influenced hardly by other person.
  • ATTITUDE AT COGNITIVE LEVEL
    • Attitude in cognitive level influenced on our behavior.
    • The attitudes of people which are straight forward never keens to change their attitude.
    • When there is inconsistency between our attitudes or between our attitude and behavior.
  • CONCLUSION
    • The person which are of closed mind and set a principle in their particular life finds difficult to change their attitude under any circumstances.
    • From the following presentation we conclude that there is no possibility of changing the attitude of a person in many stages.
  • THANKYOU