Presentation on theme: "SELFT CONCEPT Oleh: Purwaningsih. Definition of self-concept a person’s attitude towards to himself (herself ) an individual’s perception of himself that."— Presentation transcript:
Definition of self-concept a person’s attitude towards to himself (herself ) an individual’s perception of himself that is formed over time It is composed of all the beliefs (general characteristics and abilities) and evaluations the person has about himself. These beliefs (self-image) and evaluations (self-esteem) actually determine not only who he is, but what he think he is, what he think he can do and what he think he can become (Burns,1982).
Development of Self-Concept Age range Facet of the self which is being developed Dimension of the self InfanthoodNo conception of the self By two yearsSelf-recognition Emergence of the self Pre-school students Lower primary students focus on concrete/observable aspect of self e.g., I have blue eyes (physical characteristics) I can run quickly (behavioral skills) Upper-primary students Lower-secondary students focus on social/trait aspects of the self e.g., I am friendly and helpful to others Upper-secondary students Tertiary students focus on the self’s abstract quality and psychological interior e.g., I want to be true to myself concrete self Increasing abstraction abstract self
Importance of positive self-concept Affecting one’s thoughts and behaviors Affecting one’s choices Affecting other’s attitude to oneself Affecting one’s ability of meeting an emergency when one is in the face of various changes
Components of self-concept BODY IMAGE ROLE PERFORMEN PERSONAL IDENTITY SELF ESTEEM ? ? ? ? ? ?