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Self-worth on Student Academic Performance

Abstract The aim of this study was to inspect the self-esteem and contingencies of self-worth used to see the relationship of students academic performance. Iqra University students (N=90) participant completed Rosenberg’s Global Self-esteem (Rosenberg, 1965) and Contingencies of self-worth scale developed by (Crocker, Luthanen, Cooper, & Bourvrette, 2003). Students Cumulative Grade Points Average taken from […]

Pages: 35 Words: 10648 Topics: Academic Achievement, Identity, Motivation, Research, Self-Concept, Self-Confidence

Need for Peaceful Co-existence and Resolution

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study According to The League of Nations was the first major organisation established after the First World War for conflict resolutions. Following the failure of the League of Nations to avert the Second World War, the United Nations Organisation (UNO) was established in 1945 to replace it. The […]

Pages: 43 Words: 12842 Topics: Identity, Prejudice, Qualitative Research, Research, Self-Concept, Social Group, Stress
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Soccer Ball May Seem Simplistic

To many the soccer ball may seem simplistic in nature; one may think the sole purpose of this round object is to be kicked into a large net. The soccer ball possesses greater significance than what people perceive. Prown says an object has meaning if it is linked to a sense of self, the structure […]

Pages: 3 Words: 869 Topics: Epistemology, Neuroscience, Phenomenology, Problem Solving, Self, Self-Concept, Soccer, Time

How do Stereotypes Impact on Teenagers?

Introduction Today’s youth have been told ever since they were very young that teenagers are violent, rude, and compulsive. Young children are still very reliant on adults which creates a deep trust to form between them and a need to conform to those adults’ view of the world. Therefore, when they are exposed to negative […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1820 Topics: Adolescence, Attitude, Bias, Clinical Psychology, Mental Disorder, Self-Concept, Stereotypes

Professional Workplace and Tattoos

Tattoos have long struggled to climb the ladder of social acceptance, previously thought of as exclusive to low class groups such as whores and sailors”they are now moderately acceptable in western society. Unfortunately, this newfound acceptance of tattoos in society is not universal; historical stigmas continue to be pervasive in the professional world. Many heavily […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1814 Topics: Identity, Perception, Prejudice, Self-Concept, Tattoo

Always Searching for Volunteers

I would have preferred to tell you this personally, it’s a pity I didn’t have the chance to do so, but I want you to know how grateful we all are for your helping us with [help offered by the volunteer]. You have been an incredible volunteer, and because of your dedication and hard work […]

Pages: 3 Words: 943 Topics: Adolescence, Behavior Modification, Learning, Mentorship, Self-Concept, Vocational Education, Volunteering

Research on Cosmetic Surgery in Singapore

Cosmetic surgery is all the rage now that even fishes are getting them (Qin 2018). Their human owners and fellow counterparts are similarly faced with the rising trend of cosmetic surgery. Plastic surgery is derived from the Greek word plastikos, meaning to mold and can be divided into reconstruction and cosmetic procedures (Kim and Shenaq […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1152 Topics: Beauty, Cosmetic Surgery, Femininity, Gender, Masculinity, Plastic Surgery, Self-Concept, Surgery

Analysis of the Movie ‘Girl’ Interrupted

Girl, Interrupted is an American psychological film and memoir based on true events of Susanna Kaysen’s life. Over the course of her life and her stay in a mental hospital, she experiences three major stages; mental health, friend influence and self-esteem. Susana Kaysen is only eighteen years old at the beginning. She is an intelligent […]

Pages: 3 Words: 966 Topics: Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Development, Epistemology, Girl Interrupted, Movie, Nervous System, Neuroscience, Self, Self-Concept

The Effects of Race on Self-Identity in Zora Hurston’s Essay

The dictionary defines self-identity as The recognition of one’s potential and qualities as an individual, especially in relation to social context (Merriam-Webster). Zora Neal Hurston explores her own self-identity in the essay How it Feels Colored Me. Hurston was born on January 7, 1891, in Notasulga, Alabama, although she always considered Eatonville, FL her hometown […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1098 Topics: How It Feels To Be Colored Me, Self-Concept
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