GEUSELF - INTERDISCIPLINARY FRAMEWORK - Presented to the Department of Behavioral Sciences De La Salle University Manila Term 1 A.Y 2019-2020 In partial


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Presented to the Department of Behavioral Sciences De La Salle University - Manila Term 1, A.Y. 2019-2020 In partial fulfillment of the course In GEUSELF C45 Interdisciplinary Framework of the Self Submitted by: Alloso, Sam Baldovino, Cara Julia Gonzales, Regina Ladlad, Jose Manuel Lagman, Angela Joy Malco, Arvin Tiu, Pauline Sharry Submitted to: Danganan, Omega Diadem on November 12, 2019
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Interdisciplinary Framework The Framework
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There are several definitions that attempt to explain the self across different disciplines, as mentioned in the Interdisciplinary Framework above. While these disciplines branch out in different views in an attempt to answer the question of self, there is an interconnecting idea that bonds all disciplines. The self, as hinted by the various disciplines, is greatly influenced by individual thoughts, experiences, environment and the individual’s relationships with other people. Political science and sociology share the same idea that the self is greatly connected to
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Unformatted text preview: the role the person plays in society, with political science identifying the self as a general member of the human race and sociology identifying the self as a specific character --for example: as a sister, mother or friend. Anthropology sees the self as a reflection of the person’s relationship with other people, an idea that is also present in the discipline of psychology, which stresses the overall self-perception as influenced by the person him/herself or the people around him/her. Economics delves more on the motivation of the self, and how behavior can also be easily influenced through the benefits the person can expect to achieve. Philosophy sees the self in two different views: the mental and the physical, addressing the question of persistence and changeability of one’s identity over time....
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