This then causes individuals to lose their creativity because they are always trying to fit in with others instead of expressing what is on their mind. There will always be those rebels and individualists who do not rely on the opinion of others and go their own route and pursue what they want in life. There are those who are obedient to society and never want to be different while there are others who are disobedient and do not conform to the social norms just to fit in. Individuals show their individualism by being different than others and not following the same style of living as the organization man; which is having a nice car, nice job, and following what the social norm is; therefore individuals who do not do that are being disobedient to conformity. Disobedience is needed in order for a person to express their individualism or else they are taken as the “organization man” who conforms to society just to be part of a social norm, which is wrong because then the world will never advance and have new concepts since everyone is playing the same role in society.
Everyone is starting to care more about how people see them, what social standing they are in and focusing too much attention on unrealistic dreams/goals that they are forgetting about how they see themselves, social standings do not mean anything and that there is more important things to focus on. This is demonstrated by the characters behaviours in The Great Gatsby and The Bluest Eye. Even though everyone was made to be their own unique person, different from everyone else, it can be hard sometimes when you are surrounded by peers and think you are not good enough. Pecola from The Bluest Eye is a prime
• How might factors such as diversity, attitude, learning, and work styles affect collaboration? I think that diversity does not really affect collaboration unless people are just immature. Just because someone is different then you should not affect what work does and does not get done. On the other hand I do think that attitude, learning, and work styles could affect collaboration because if anyone has a bad attitude in the group they will most likely not listen to anyone’s ideas and be negative all day. I also think that a person learning ties into their work styles because someone can be taught a different way and that is the way that they work and one person might be upset about that.
Being overrated could be very fascinating for some, but I prefer being underrated by people. It's simple, why would someone want to live a life in which you are rated above your level of understanding or skill? Being overrated complicates the various aspects of our lives and it gives us certain expectations to fulfill, which may lead people to be 'judgemental' over us if they are fulfilled below par. It is not unusual for us to see how a lot of people in this world underrate people on their first impressions. Like for example, a lot of new employees might be underrated when they first join their enterprise.
The main reason of procrastinating is laziness.Most of the students when they for example get the assignment put it off to the side and do it "later".But that "later" becomes right before the due date or deadline .Still there are many more causes like the fear of failure.It makes you repel the task so that you never have to know this feeling of failure.Or the fear of success it can seem really weird but, but the fear of the success is one of the reason of procrastination. For example, some procrastinators are afraid that by beginning to work at top speed, they cannot stop any more and will become drug-addicts of the work. Indeed, for the procrastinator, if the procrastination is a compulsive act, then the opposite ( the working desire) is also true. He then imagines to have to spend time in front of the computer or in the library to work, without ever getting out to see his(her) friends. The procrastinators are also sometimes afraid,them who are afraid of the success are also afraid that their personality changes if they work too much.
Bullying is something that occurs all the time. People don’t like being bullied but they don’t know how to stop it. Often people who are being bullied ‘turn the other cheek’ to try and avoid being bullied or making the situation worse. Is turning the other cheek the right thing to do? Ishmael Leseur turned the other cheek to being bullied by Barry Bagsley.
On teams and in school or jobs you have people rebel because they don’t like being conformed. They don’t like being equal to each other. Everything in life is some sort of competition, so instinctively they try to better themselves then one another. People battle for everything, whoever has more respect for others, who has more friends, more popular, if they gain more by rebelling more people will rebel. Society and our world has changed in the last century.
A person who judges others often be fooled by what they see. The man walking behind one on the street may seem threatening so one will go out of their way to ignore them without the decency of a simple nod or wave. Having judged someone myself in a school setting, I missed out on what could have been a great, lifetime friendship. This happens on a daily basis in schools, places of employment, and in public places. At times one’s instinct is accurate and at other times it is not.
People very often change their attitudes and behaviors to conform to the attitudes and behaviors of people they are around. One of the reasons for this conformity of attitude and behavior change is that we are highly concerned with what others think of us. Conforming to the normality of others is our normal human attempt to obtain information we do not have so we in essence are relying on that normality to be a reasonable strategy especially when we are uncertain about how we should be acting. The unfortunate aspect to this is we more often than not usually are misinterpreting how the typical person acts in certain situations, which in the end will contribute to other problems within our own behavior. As humans we possess an integral predisposition to imitate the actions of our family, and friends that are around us.
A child could become a mirror image of their parents depending on how they are influenced by them. Traditions affect the way people behave in certain situations because if someone isn’t comfortable doing what they are used to, then they will act differently because it is not the same tradition that they have been going through for most. In General, if people adhere to the social-conventional rules, “WHY DO PEOPLE ACT THE WAY THEY DO IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS” 3 then almost every social system will work smoothly, every individual will cooperate with one another, and everyone’s welfare will be ensured. After all, this is why the rules exist, but then again, not everyone abides by the rules. That is when social chaos occurs and the system becomes flawed.