CHAPTER 2 - CHAPTER 2 Self-Awareness and Communication FIVE PRINCIPLES SELF-AWARENESS HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOURSELF Subjective self-awareness

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CHAPTER 2 Self-Awareness and Communication FIVE PRINCIPLES SELF-AWARENESS HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOURSELF? Subjective self-awareness refers to your ability to differentiate self from the social and physical environment Objective self-awareness is ability to be the object of your own attention Symbolic self-awareness is ability to develop and communicate a representation of yourself to others SELF-CONCEPT WHO ARE YOU? Self-concept refers to your subjective description of who you think you are…how you see yourself as a “person” Self-image is your view of yourself in particular situations…view changes from situation to situation SELF-CONCEPT COMPONENTS Attitudes — learned predispositions to respond to persons, objects, or ideas in favorable or unfavorable ways Beliefs —the way in which you structure your understanding of reality (true/false) Values —enduring concepts of good/bad, right/wrong ONE OR MANY SELVES? Philosopher William James identified three components of self The Material Self The Social Self The Spiritual Self SELF AS SUM THE MATERIAL SELF
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Your concept of self as reflected in all the tangible things you own…your body, your home, your possessions. THE SOCIAL SELF
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course HCOM 101 taught by Professor Megas during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fullerton.

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CHAPTER 2 - CHAPTER 2 Self-Awareness and Communication FIVE PRINCIPLES SELF-AWARENESS HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOURSELF Subjective self-awareness

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