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This paper will begin by defining the concept of the self in the social world. It will go into a detailed explanation of what parts are included and how each part is influenced. From there this paper will discuss self-concept, self-esteem and self-efficacy in application to my everyday life. Finally two social experiences that affected my personal devilment; followed by a detailed conclusion.
2. Define the concept of the self in the social world. What does this mean? What are the parts of self that are included? How are they influenced? The concept of the self is a very imperative word in the social world. The self-concept is how we as individuals think of ourselves. As defined by, (OUR TEXT.) Self Concept can be defined as, "The individual's belief about himself or herself, including the person's attributes and who and what the self is". Each individual has a unique and very different understanding of one’s self. The self is a assortment of carious ideas, including self-esteem, social self, self-knowledge and self-concept. In order for one to become in touch with themselves they must first have the ability to acknowledge their feeling, parts of the body, as well as others. This process is called Self-Schemas, which refers to the beliefs and ideas people have about themselves. These beliefs are used to guide and organize information processing, especially when the information is significant to the self. Self-schemas are important to a person's overall self-concept. Basically how we see ourselves in the different roles we play the other important aspect to understanding how the self in influenced is the concept of self-reference. The concept of self-reference gives an individual the ability to recall information, which is considered worthy of one’s self. (OUR TEXT)
3. Apply the self to your life, including self-concept, self-esteem, and self-efficacy. Define these concepts, describe them and...
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