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THE FACTORS THE HELP TO BUILD YOUR SELF CONCEPT<br />KUMAIL SOOMRO<br />
WHAT IS SELF CONCEPT?<br /><ul><li>It is the understanding and knowledge you have of your own existence and how you see yo...
Simply – a description of yourself </li></li></ul><li>FACTORS AFFECTING SELF CONCEPT<br />INTERACTION WITH INDIVIDUALS<br ...
INTERACTION WITH INDIVIDUALS <br /><ul><li>It is through socialisation that a person develops a sense of IDENTITYthat is a...
LOOKING –GLASS SELF (Charles Horton Cooley): The image we have of ourselves is how we believe others see us .
Identities are not fixed but negotiated in everyday life through social interaction by people confirming to us that we rea...
The cultural conventions  and expectations play a major role in shaping our self-concept.
 We assume traditional roles because our GENDER asserts a powerful influence on us since birth. </li></li></ul><li>SELF LA...
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Self Concept - Interpersonal Skills

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What is Self Concept? Factors Affecting Self Concept: 1. INTERACTION WITH INDIVIDUALS
2. ROLES WE ASSUME
3. SELF-LABELS
4. PERSONALITY

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Self Concept - Interpersonal Skills

  1. 1. THE FACTORS THE HELP TO BUILD YOUR SELF CONCEPT<br />KUMAIL SOOMRO<br />
  2. 2. WHAT IS SELF CONCEPT?<br /><ul><li>It is the understanding and knowledge you have of your own existence and how you see yourself in relation to others and to your surroundings.
  3. 3. Simply – a description of yourself </li></li></ul><li>FACTORS AFFECTING SELF CONCEPT<br />INTERACTION WITH INDIVIDUALS<br />ROLES WE ASSUME<br />SELF-LABELS<br />PERSONALITY <br />
  4. 4. INTERACTION WITH INDIVIDUALS <br /><ul><li>It is through socialisation that a person develops a sense of IDENTITYthat is a IMAGE of who they are as a person.
  5. 5. LOOKING –GLASS SELF (Charles Horton Cooley): The image we have of ourselves is how we believe others see us .
  6. 6. Identities are not fixed but negotiated in everyday life through social interaction by people confirming to us that we really are who we think we are. </li></li></ul><li>ROLES WE ASSUME <br /><ul><li>ON STAGE AND OFF STAGE (Erving Goffman): Identities are things we consciously manipulate, or present, in different situations.
  7. 7. The cultural conventions and expectations play a major role in shaping our self-concept.
  8. 8. We assume traditional roles because our GENDER asserts a powerful influence on us since birth. </li></li></ul><li>SELF LABELS<br /><ul><li> "If men define things as real, they are real in their consequences. - William I. Thomas
  9. 9. SELF-FULLING PROPHECY (Robert Merton):The prediction of events that come about because of one's belief in the prediction and enactment or lack of enactment on that belief.
  10. 10. If a person predicts and deeply believes that certain events will come about, that person will (sometimes unconsciously) modify behaviors or engage in those behaviors that will create those situations that will cause the predicted events to come about.
  11. 11. This self-observation allows people to discover strengths that encourage them to assume new labels.</li></li></ul><li>PERSONALITY <br /><ul><li>PERSONALITY: The complex patterns of thought, feeling, and behavior that make each individual unique.
  12. 12. NATURE Vs. NURTURE: It is debated as to how much of our personality is influenced by genetics and how much is learned behavior.
  13. 13. EXTROVERTS VS. INTROVERTS:</li></li></ul><li>THE END <br />THANK YOU<br />

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