2 edition of Imparting social attitudes to youth found in the catalog.
Imparting social attitudes to youth
Paul Pius Waw Achola
1988 by Bureau of Educational Research, Kenyatta University in [Nairobi] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Paul P.W. Achola.|
|Series||Seminar paper ;, no. 20196, Seminar paper (Kenyatta University. Bureau of Educational Research) ;, no. 20196.|
|LC Classifications||HQ799.Z33 A25 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||90980414|
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Review the variables that determine attitude strength. Outline the factors that affect the strength of the attitude-behavior relationship. Although we might use the term in a different way in our everyday life.
The book starts off making the critical distinction between attitudes, behaviors, thoughts, emotional evaluations, and intentions, and introduces the crucial concept that these are all linked together in various ways.
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be the outcome of imparting values. The framework subsumes that value education has to be a planned effort by the school to nurture core universal values held upmost by our Constitution.
Value education helps to provide a road map to guide children and youth along a route to live aFile Size: KB. Science says it’s natural for people to dwell more on negative thoughts than on positive ones and this can be even more true for children.
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In addition, the survey was limited to adults, so it does not address the opinions and interests of youth about becoming involved in community organizations.
In a nutshell, the attitude of today’s youth are affected by television programs as they will indirectly encourage the children to be aggressive and violent in their behaviors. Children tend to imitate such behaviors from what is shown on television and also the immunity to violence cause the children’s behavior to be easier affected by.
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It is like any other media such as newspaper, radio and television but it is far more than just about sharing information and ideas. Idang African culture and values. procedures, food processing or greeting patterns) is related to the whole system.
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in today’s scenario is the impact of social networking sites in the changing mind-set of the youth. Our research is conducted on youths between age group of years with a view to know the level of awareness on the social issues and how far social networking sites awakened the today’s.
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To counteract this dangerous direction, five pivotal factors are needed. of the Mayor. Under the auspices of the Metropolitan Youth Com.'''ission (MYC), a. special office within the executive branch.
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of young. peo~le. toward established social institutions and measuring the degree. • Social skills: Social skills include interpersonal skills, communication skills, leadership skills, management skills, advocacy skills, co-operation and team building skills, etc.
• Emotional skills: Emotional skills, involves, knowing and being comfortable with oneself. schoolwide programs designed to teach and model social skills.” Pro-social attitudes An attitude can be defined as a positive or negative evaluation of people, objects, event, activities, ideas, or just about anything in your environment (Zimbardo et al., ).
All attitudes take a stance, positive or negative, but they can vary in : Kauser Tasneem. A text on Prophet Muhammad’s (S) attitude towards children and youth.
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