Reaction on Reaction Paper
The first thing that came to my mind when I have heard about Reaction paper is “What exactly is it?” and before I get an understanding of that, I resisted that change. But later, when I have studied about it and understood its purpose, I have started thinking “Why people avoid change at the first look without an analysis?” The general human tendency is to live in a comfortable zone in which he has lived for quite some time. He draws a circle, thinks that circle is his whole world. Any small change to that particular circle causes lot of discomfort to him and the first thing he does is to resist the change. The reaction can be a positive one or negative one and it depends on four parameters Attitude, Pre-experience, Knowledge and Mindset of the person who is exposed to that particular situation. I am going to explore a little more about all these parameters in this reaction paper.
Attitude of a person has roots in the environment he has been brought up. There can be two types of attitude: positive and negative. If he has seen all the negative reactions from the people surrounding him, he will react in a negative way to whatever he faces. The same is applicable even to positive attitude. It takes lot of effort and time to change the attitude of the person. For example, a positive attitude person, when hears about Reaction paper, thinks that “This is something different from what I have seen till now. It looks very interesting and let me try it out” and negative attitude person thinks “Why is this reaction paper? Why do we have to change the traditional system? Anyways it won’t bring much change in my thinking”. When we talk about attitude, remember that it comes without any thought process. It is just the impulse effect.
Pre-experience is another parameter which highly influences the resistance to change. If the person has faced similar situation in the past and his positive attitude has not brought him any fruitful results, he...
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