However, they may cause obstacles through my course of study. Other things that differentiate me from others are the obstacles that I’ve overcome in the past and the ones that I’m currently experiencing. An example of these obstacles is bullying and most of all, procrastination. This testimony will give you the opportunity to have a better sense of who I am. Every individual has her own personal values in life that would be used as motivation to progress in life.
051.3.1. Explain how people from different backgrounds may use and/or interpret communication methods in different ways. Backgrounds are a person’s education, experience, and social/ economics circumstances. Experiences and understanding of the world, the words we use and how we use them is influenced by your culture. In this sense, communication is very dependent on backgrounds, such as all about our origins: geographic, religion, social, economic, education, etc.
Reflection on action is as described above where one contemplates in retrospect. Reflection is largely about self development t as it adds to your knowledge and also challenges beliefs and concepts that you may hold. Reflection is only effective if one follows through with action. 1.2 Analyse the rationale for reflective practice It is human nature that we generally learn from experience, once we have had and experience we naturally observe and reflect on it, through this we form concepts/beliefs and then we test this out in new situations, this goes round in circles each time our view/concepts are being changed as we experience new things. In this cycle self-observation and evaluation helps to understand one’s own actions and to refine one’s practice on an ongoing basis for the benefits of the communities being served.
These are the decisions we make to discover who we are. Our lives are a continual battle between figuring out whom we are as individuals and wanting to be accepted by others. But to what extent should this underlying need to conform restrict us from expressing our individuality? Individuals must conform to society’s norms in order for a society to operate peacefully and in harmony; however, within such a society, there is significant scope for the individual to express himself or herself without jeopardizing the fabric of the community. The role of an individual can be to be a part of the community.
Overall, the importance of authenticity can be shown through a variable human self that is determined by the adjustment of natural or artificial identities. The individual identities that each of us conveys are subject to change at any given moment. The simple reason is that we all have the choice to display what we want of ourselves. Deciding whether or not we want to “cover” or “tone down a disfavored identity to fit into the mainstream” (Yoshino 245) complicates our authenticity. It is the two identities
Personal Autonomy and Society in the Transplantation Process Personal autonomy is our right to be self-determining, to choose how we live our lives. Most people have a great desire for personal autonomy; each individual wishes to be the one who chooses how he/she lives their life. Even though it is something that is supposed to protect our rights and wishes, society plays a large role in regulating personal autonomy. Society gives us guidelines on how to live our lives from the day we are born. Though regulations are sometimes needed, where do you draw the line between societal beliefs and personal rights/beliefs?
Assessment of Personal Culture Personal culture is what one should always explore; it is a set of learned beliefs, values, attitudes and behaviors which regulate how you live your daily life. Some say your personal culture is solely determined on the individual life and others say it is based on which ethnic group you are apart of and its influences. I believe personal culture is a combination of both. Knowing your ancestry allows you to know who you are. Ancestry allows you to go forward in your life.
Illusiveness of Identity After people were born and started to think who they are, they try to define their identity or build up their identity. Build their own identity is first step to start one person’s life. Most people around the world, their identities are influenced by their circumstances, such as their family, friends, education, society, or maybe what their interests are. In addition, many other factors could affect one person’s identity. There are many ways that we can affect our personality depends on who influence your life or identity.
In Dumit’s A Digital Image of the Category of the Person, he explains that the body is a cultural lived tense and the point of reference for an individual. A persons lived experience changes by social and cultural experiences in life, which becomes conditioned to their lived body experience. Being influenced by cultural and social experiences can lead to objective-self fashioning, influencing a person to bargain with their own identity. In objective self fashioning we take facts about ourselves through society and media and incorporate them into our lives while being an active participant of those facts; shaping a persons mind or perspective as well as an individuals behavior. Therefore, this is why the lived (active) body or social body is cultural, because it is influenced by lived experiences in society.
Conformity Essay From the moment we are born we enter a society where it is the norm to conform and obey. From a very young age we learn that if we do not obey then we will suffer the consequences for these actions. People within society have a desire to be accepted and to belong; whether to a group or a family this social influence can change our thoughts, feeling and even our behaviour. So can we truly be an individual or are we pre-defined by a set of social boundaries? As much as we like to think of ourselves as individuals, the fact is that we're determined to fit in, and that frequently means going with the flow.