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A short presentaion on Michael Argyle's ideas about the development of the self-concept.

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  • The development of the self-concept
  • How we think of ourselves, includes: Self-esteem Self-image Ideal self
  •  Lifeexperiences Appearance Gender Culture Age EducationConsider your own self-concept – how have each of these influenced who you are today?
  • Factors which influence self-esteem:1. The reaction of others2. Comparisons with others3. Identification with others4. Social rolesConsider these influences on an individual with a learning difficulty/disability – how might each of these impact on an individual’s self-esteem?Using these factors identify how people working with people with learning difficulties can influence an individual’s self-esteem.
  •  Social communication requires the sending and receiving of messages – feedback Feedback indicates things like - agreement, understanding and interest We learn these signals in childhood Attitudes are communicated in this way Argyle argues that intimacy is signalled in 4 ways: proximity, eye-contact, smiling and personal topics of conversation Argyle argues that people who fail to learn these signals correctly will find it difficult to make friends