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Self-concept and epistemic knowledge in homeless older women

A. Jamie O"Connor

Self-concept and epistemic knowledge in homeless older women

by A. Jamie O"Connor

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Homeless persons -- Psychology,
  • Older people -- Psychology,
  • Self-perception,
  • Middle age -- Psychological aspects,
  • Women -- Psychology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A. Jamie O"Connor
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 152 p
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14956609M

      American Psychological Association. (, April 2). Self-esteem declines sharply among older adults while middle-aged are most confident. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 4, from edaily. Women's Studies lnt. Forum. Vol. 8. No. 4. pp 3_ 19HS +,00 Printed in Great Britain. Pergarnon Press Ltd. WOMEN'S SELF CONCEPT AND BELIEF: A FEMINIST APPROACH TO EMPOWERMENT SYMBOLISM JULIET BLAIR University of Cited by: 2.

    self-concept than vice versa. Self-concept and aggression. An-other popular assumption is that aggres-sive students have low self-concept and use aggression as a means of raising it. Substantial research contradicts this as-sumption, showing that many aggressive students express adequate, if not inflated, self-concept (Baumeister et al., ).Cited by: Self-Concept Organization The knowledge of ourselves that we store in our autobiographical memory seems to be organized naturally in two ways: as narratives about episodes in our lives and in terms of traits The aspect of the self-concept that is a self-narrative (a story that we tell about ourselves) can be brief or very lengthy. Hazel Markus.

    E ver since William James1 categorized different senses of the self at the end of the 19th century, philosophers and psychologists have refined and expanded the possible vari-ations of this concept. Keywords: self-esteem, self-concept, self-ef cacy, self-veri cation F or most of the past century, a deeply behavioristic eld of psychology consigned theory and research on the self-concept and self-esteem to the backwa-ters of the discipline. Then, in the late s, articles by Kuiper and Rogers (), Markus (), and othersFile Size: KB.


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Self-concept and epistemic knowledge in homeless older women by A. Jamie O"Connor Download PDF EPUB FB2

Self-concept is distinguishable from self-awareness, which refers to the extent to which self-knowledge is defined, consistent, and currently applicable to one's attitudes and dispositions.

Self-concept also differs from self-esteem: self-concept is a cognitive or descriptive component of one's self (e.g."I am a fast runner"), while self-esteem is evaluative and opinionated (e.g. -interventions aimed at enhancing self-concept and self-esteem Clarify what the life changes mean and the effect on self-concept.

Discuss health problems, declining socioeconomic status, spousal loss or bereavement, and loss of social support following retirement. •Be alert to. Examines the self-concept of the elderly from a cross-cultural perspective utilizing a sample of Spanish and Dutch elderly.

Analysis focuses on responses to sentences which probed respondents' motivations and future plans and goals. Differences can be interpreted as reflecting an individualistic (Dutch) versus collectivistic (Spanish) distinction between the two by: : Self-concept and Academic Achievement: Research Evidence for Adolescents in Secondary Schools (): Ignatius Isaac Dambudzo: Books.

The main entry focused on knowledge of one's own mental states. Yet “self-knowledge” can also be used to refer to knowledge of the self and its nature. Issues about knowledge of the self include: (1) how it is that one distinguishes oneself from others, as the object of a self-attribution; (2) whether self-awareness yields a grasp of the.

proven exceedingly difficult to follow. The road to self-knowledge is strewn with obstacles, leading Benjamin Franklin to quip, “There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond, and to know one’s self” (Poor Richard’s Improved Almanac, ).

In this chapter, we will examine the acquisition and application of self-knowledge. The study of self-concept has a long tradition in psychological research focusing on at least seven issues: (1) definitional aspects of dimensions and specific components of self-views; (2) neuropsychological aspects as well as structural aspects of self-concept; (3) measurement aspects of self-concept; (4) a nomological network of self-concept; (5) underlying mechanisms of the relationship Cited by: 2.

homeless people, more homeless friends and invoking the homeless identity more often in different situations. For homeless people to obtain housing, two factors, income and social support systems, are most important. Of all the control variables, sleeping on the streets and.

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Search. experience of the partial or total disruption of one's ego and the disintegration and disorganization of one's self concept. self knowledge. As a psychological construct, the self has long occupied a preeminent place in both psychological and management theories regarding human behavior.

Understanding Homeless Adults by Testing the Theory of Self-Care significantly related in healthy older men and women[20], and Dungan et al showed that the well-being of older adults could Author: Judith A.

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The Buddha in particular attacked all attempts to conceive of a fixed self, while stating that holding the view "I have no self" is also mistaken. This is an example of the middle way charted by the Buddha and the Madhyamaka school of Buddhism.

That absence of a self definition is directed to avoid clinging to the "I", seek reality and attain detachment, and it is found in many passages of the.

Correct Explanation: A person's self-concept is influenced by having knowledge and the ability to care for oneself, recognizing one's strengths and limitations. Reference: Taylor, C., et al. Fundamentals of Nursing, 8th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins;Chapter 3: Health, Illness and Disparities, p.

Chapter 3: Health, Illness, and Disparities. Self-Concept in Childhood and Adolescence and Peers Harrassment. Words 3 Pages. This video shows how as children develop an appreciation on their inner mental world, they think more about themselves. They mention concrete characteristics like, names, physical appearance, possetions and typical feelings and behaviors are emphasized in their.

Self-Concept and Self-Esteem among Graduate Women: A Cross-Cultural Study. Author: Frey, Rosemary A, @ Department: Sociology, Psychology and Social Work University: University of the West Indies - Mona, Jamaica Supervisor: Dr. Garth Lipps Year of completion: Language of dissertation: English Keywords: self-concept, self-esteem, gender, cross-cultural.

cators in the area of self-concept regard-ing aggression behaviors and feelings of personal worth. Except in the case of ag-gression behaviors, no attempt was made to differentiate among boys and girls re-sponses. As an added factor, it must be acknowledged that written responses yielded only a partial expression of self-concept by these children.

The authors examined external validity and internal consistency of an instrument that has been developed to assess self-concept in older adults and examined self-concept's characteristics in two.

It was found that homeless adolescents demonstrated significant deficits in five areas of self-concept and a specific pattern of deficits was related to hopelessness. Results were discussed with reference to the theory that acting-out behavior mitigates the impact of affective disturbance on self by: The concept of self is relatively hard to describe, as the individual person, began to consider himself as an individual person, without considering him as a part of group or a society.

Sirgy () described the self concept as the person’s reflection of having an orientation or regard to himself as an object. ERIC is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S.

Department of Education.Psychology Definition of SELF-CONCEPT: The conception and evaluation of yourself which includes physical, psychological skills and qualities which make us who we are. Also called self-appraisal.

Age-associated changes of self-concept are related to the individual's perception of the changes occurring throughout the aging process. The authors examined external validity and internal consistency of an instrument that has been developed to assess self-concept in older adults and examined self-concept's characteristics in two different Cited by: