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An individual attitude concerned with socialconditions and benefits of the others, according with           the welfare of...
Social	  Minded	  Ac-on	  Posi-ve	  pro-­‐social	  behaviours	  that	  sustain	  society	  and	        create	  harmonious...
 	  
Defini-onal	   Phisical	                            Meaning	     Orienta-on	     Orienta-on	         Mutual	        Sequenc...
 strong	  impact	  on	  the	  socialisa0on	   of	  the	  youth	  in	       the	  family	  	  
     five	  basic	   dimensions	  of	  cultural	  diversity	  	  
Coopera-on	  in	  human	  socie-es	  is	  mainly	  based	  on	  social	  norms	  as	  standards	  of	  behavior	  that	  a...
Social skills           Tools for their social skills                  v  Coordination of effort, division of labor,     ...
Social	  capital	  refers	  to	  trust	  networks	  that	  individuals	  can	                         draw	  on	  for	  so...
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  1. 1. * * * * * 
  2. 2. An individual attitude concerned with socialconditions and benefits of the others, according with the welfare of the wide society
  3. 3. Social  Minded  Ac-on  Posi-ve  pro-­‐social  behaviours  that  sustain  society  and   create  harmonious  rela-onships  among  the   members  of  any  social  group    
  4. 4.    
  5. 5. Defini-onal   Phisical   Meaning   Orienta-on   Orienta-on   Mutual   Sequence  of   Accidental   Rhythmical   Norma-vely   Scheme  of   movem Feature                 towards   to  reac-on   occasional   mutual   episodes  of   episodes  of   defined   interac-ons     ent   others   of  others   reac-ons   reac-ons   interac-ons   interac-ons   course  of   among  Sociological   events   posi-ons  Term   (roles)  Behaviour     +  Ac-vity     +   +  Social  ac-vity   +   +   +  Social  ac-on   +   +   +   +  Social  contact   +   +   +   +   +  interac-on   +   +   +   +   +   +  Repetable  interac-on   +   +   +   +   +   +   +  Regular  interac-on   +   +   +   +   +   +   +   +  Regulated  interac-on   +   +   +   +   +   +   +   +   +  Social  rela-onship   +   +   +   +   +   +   +   +   +   +  
  6. 6.  strong  impact  on  the  socialisa0on   of  the  youth  in   the  family    
  7. 7.   five  basic   dimensions  of  cultural  diversity    
  8. 8. Coopera-on  in  human  socie-es  is  mainly  based  on  social  norms  as  standards  of  behavior  that  are  based  on  widely   shared  beliefs  
  9. 9. Social skills Tools for their social skills v  Coordination of effort, division of labor, orientation to task achievement, orderliness in discussion; v  Feeling of agreement with the ideas of others and a sense of basic similarity in beliefs and values; v  Confidence in one’s own ideas and in the value that others attach to those ideas; v  Common goals and respect for the other by being responsive to the other’s needs.
  10. 10. Social  capital  refers  to  trust  networks  that  individuals  can   draw  on  for  social  support  

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