Being able to love is something you have to have within yourself. The three dimensions of passion, intimacy and commitment will continually take great work to continue a growing relationship; it is not a given in yourself or with whom you chose to love. Many miss the opportunity to experience such a love because they fail to realize it takes work. You can have the passion in the relationship; which is more the desire to want to be with that person, and you can have the intimacy of the relationship; which is the feelings of being close to someone, but if you do not have the commitment in the relationship then there is no foundation to build on. The commitment is where the two of you made a decision to love one another and maintain that relationship.
People feel a sense of closeness to those within their community and are therefore more likely to help. Also if you have a number of people donating you feel more obligated to that cause. The author does a respectable job trying to persuade the audience to his beliefs but most will not take action due to the responsibilities he tries to put on
It also aims to reduce ethnocentrism meaning the tendency to use our own cultural group as the norm and judge others as deviating from this. Finally the aim is to also consider culture as an important independent variable and to readdress the balance in gender research meaning to do more in other parts of the world to see if it's the same. Research showing cultural differences in gender roles, was carried out by Margaret Mead who was a renounced anthropologist arguing in favour of environmental determinism. Mead changed her view in light of further research. The first was that she found that in all three tribes, it was the men who went to war, suggesting some traits such as aggression may be innate.
Giving back to a community is not only what a virtuous person would do but hopefully everyone. "Every individual does not have the same responsibility. A healthy, person who works and is able should contribute than an elderly person who is not able for any number of reasons. It is also important to realize that giving back to your community should be consistent throughout your life"( Kawecki,2013). Giving back is sometimes hard when life is busy, but stopping and finding the time to help your community shows that virtue is important and so is morality.
“Belonging is when people accept you for who you are” Our identity determines who we are and where we belong, and it undergoes a continual change as we are exposed to different kinds of environments and people. Belonging means to feel a sense of welcome and acceptance to someone or something. It is indeed true that belonging is when people accept you for who you are, isolation and depression often ensues when one fails to find a sense of belonging. Our sense of belonging could be affected by the change of our experiences overtime, and how easily we are influenced by our family and friends, or even media. As it may be difficult to discover our true identity, it jeopardises our ability to find a sense of belonging, because we are weary from our previous unpleasant experiences.
A high individualism ranking indicates a society in which the ties between individuals are loose, everyone is expected to look after themselves and their immediate family. A low individualism ranking or collectivism indicates a society in which people from birth onwards are integrated into strong, cohesive groups, often extended families which continue protecting them in exchange for unquestioning loyalty Organizations operating in collective cultures are more likely to rely on group decision making than are those in individualistic cultures, where an emphasis is in individual decision making. Latin American, Indonesia and West African cultures rank among the most collectivist, while
They protect me and teach me about life in the real world.” His answer reveals that rather than his peers being those that he has the significant relationship with, it’s his family. Matthew feels that it’s important to maintain fidelity with his family instead of his friends because they are the ones that he has a significant relationship with. *(Q&A) When asked
Antigone feels as though giving her brother a proper burial is worth more than her own life and Creon believes the future of his son and his reputation as a leader is far more important that letting him marry Antigone or her survival. Both Antigone and Creon both are not afraid to act out of the norms. Creon is trying to set new policies and exemplify himself as a strong leader. On the other hand Antigone is trying to show that family his worth far more than Creon’s unwritten policies. They both are not afraid of people not approving of their actions and
The way one talks, the attitude one carries, the level of confidence they hold, the attention one tries to gain, and the respect one has, is all collected to create a reputation of who that person is. The true identity of a person is only thoroughly seen by the person himself once the conditioning by others has been eliminated. Today’s society is insufficient in rewarding what is believed to be conformity. Society has set standards for” normal behavior” but for one to reach true self-identification, one has to place
If it is your tradition and the way you talk, by all means do what you want to do and talk the way that you want to talk. Legitimacy can also be based on how proud people are of their culture. If people are not proud of it, it will not spread and people will not take it seriously, and they will think that it is nothing. If people spread the word about their culture and all that they do including tradition and language, then people will start to pay more attention to it. The more attention people get, the prouder they get, and they want to do more to keep it that