Define the self arises in communication and is a is multidimensional process of

Define the self arises in communication and is a is

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1.Define “the self”arises in communication and is a is multidimensional process of internalizing andacting from social perspectives. A multidimensional process in which the individual forms and acts from .
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Vultures are extreme downers. They attack our self-concepts. Identity Scripts – tell me how I should play out the roles in my life and the basic plots in my life. As rules for living and identity. Schemas Attachment Styles – came from the patterns of parenting that taught me who I am, who others are, and how to approach relationships. Secure attachment style is the most positive. This style develops when the caregiver responds in a consistently attentive and loving way to the child. The child develops a positive sense of self-worth and positive view of others. Fearful attachment style is cultivated when the caregiver in the first bond communicates in negative, rejecting, or even abusive ways towards the child. The child sees themselves as unlovable and others as rejecting. Dismissive attachment style is promoted by caregivers who are disinterested in, rejecting of, or abusive towards children. Children develop a positive view of themselves and a low regard for others and relationship. Anxious/ambivalent (preoccupied) attachment style is fostered be inconsistent treatment from the caregiver. The caregiver’s communication is not only inconsistent but also unpredictable. Negative view of themselves and positive view of others. Dr. Ainsworth 2. Attachment Styles Secure (Views of Self – Positive / Views of Others – Positive) Dismissive (Views of Self – Positive / Views of Others – Negative) Anxious/Ambivalent (Views of Self – Negative / Views of Others – Positive) Fearful (Views of Self – Negative / Views of Others – Negative) 3. Self-Fulfilling Prophecy – that is, through acting in ways that embody our internalization of others’ expectations or judgments about us. (Beliefs/Self-Concept – Self-fulfilling Prophecy – Behaviour – Depilating Feelings – Future Behaviour & Decision making) 4. The Generalized Other.
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