Chapter_3_-_Part_1

Chapter_3_-_Part_1 - Self-worth The Self-Concept perception...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Social and Motor  Development Chapter 3
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Social behavior affects a person’s movement behavior, and conversely, there are equally strong effects on an individual’s social development
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Socialization   A dual process of interaction with others and  human development the process by which human beings learn who  they are and how they are connected to the social  world in which they live.
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Socialization occurs through: n Observation n Inference n Modeling n Trial and error n Social interaction n Movement activities n Influence of others
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Socialization n Social role: n Society’s role expectations influence human  motor development n Norm:  n Societal norms can facilitate or impede an  individual’s movement development
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The Self… n Self-concept n Self-esteem  n
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Unformatted text preview: Self-worth The Self-Concept perception of self Global self-worth the overall value that one places on oneself as a person. Self-esteem how much we believe ourselves to be competent, successful, significant, and worthy, or having like Self-worth Development Early Childhood (until 7 years) Cannot make judgments about self-worth Mid-late Childhood (7 to 12 years) Physical appearance and social acceptance Adolescence (12 to 18 years) Can distinguish feelings about friendship, romantic appeal, and job competence Friend and teacher support College Age (18 to 21 years) Global self-worth becomes a function of perceived self-worth Adulthood (beyond 21 years) Further distinction among elements of self-worth attained...
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