Values attitudes and_behaviors[1]

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Values attitudes and_behaviors[1]

  1. 1. VALUES, ATTITUDES, BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS EORC
  2. 2. Overview • Define the value system process • Define values, attitudes, behaviors and beliefs • Define the cyclic effects of attitude and behavior EORC
  3. 3. Value System Set of values adopted by an individual or society that influences behavior EORC
  4. 4. Categories of Values • Personal • Social • Economic • Political • Religious EORC
  5. 5. Louis Rath’s Value Criteria • Choosing Freely • Choosing from alternatives • Choosing after the thoughtful consideration • Prizing • Affirming • Acted upon • Repeated EORC
  6. 6. Values • Attitudes about worth • Influence behavior • Cornerstones of who we are EORC
  7. 7. Attitude Collection of one’s opinions, prejudices, and sentiments EORC
  8. 8. Characteristics of Attitude • Difficult to measure • Demonstrated by behavior • Formed from the process of socialization • Can have positive or negative implications • Once formed, not easily changed EORC
  9. 9. Beliefs • Beliefs are assumptions or convictions you hold as true about something, concept or person based on:  Values  Attitudes EORC
  10. 10. Behavior The manner of conducting oneself. The response of an individual or group to it’s environment. EORC
  11. 11. BETARI BOX MODEL MY ATTITUDE AFFECTS AFFECTS YOUR BEHAVIOR MY BEHAVIOR AFFECTS YOUR ATTITUDE EORC AFFECTS
  12. 12. Summary • Define the value system process • Define values, attitudes, behaviors and beliefs • Define the cyclic effects of attitude and behavior EORC
  13. 13. Louisa Exercise Louisa was five months pregnant She had delayed making a decision concerning her pregnancy because, at seventeen, she did not think she was capable of carrying out the responsibilities of motherhood alone, and yet she was under pressure form her friend, Joe, who was the father, to have the child. Louisa had absolutely no desire to marry Joe; she was sure that they would be unable to live together. EORC
  14. 14. Louisa Exercise Joe had previously told her that he was sterile, which proved to be untrue. When Louisa became pregnant, he offered to marry her. Joe loves children and wants a child. When Louisa finally decided to have an abortion, Joe arranged for Judge Robins to sign a restraining order against her. EORC
  15. 15. Louisa Exercise On the advice of her best friend, Anne, Louisa had the abortion anyway. Dr. Presley, who knowingly violated the restraining order, performed it. Joe filed charges against Louisa and the doctor. Judge Robins fined D Pressley for contempt of court, but pardoned Louisa because she was a minor. __ Louisa __ Joe __ Judge Robins __ Anne __ Dr Pressley EORC

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