Analysis Of Albert Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory

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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK Figure 1: The Theoretical Framework of the Study This thesis entitled The Influence of the Liberated Environment of Polytechnic University of the Philippines to the Lives of the Selected Grade 12 Students of PUP Manila, SY 2017-2018 seeks to conceptualize how a particular environment drives the behavior, how it influences, and how it affects some of its constituents. Thus, it is important for the researchers to find valuable line of study in the form of proved theories to further test and examine its claim. Environment is defined as a place wherein people interact, socialize, and communicate with others. It plays a big and major role upon forming one’s attitude and social integration for them to widen their perspective about a particular matter. Also, environment shapes how a person thinks, analyzes, and make decisions basing it from self-experiences, social norm, and the current status quo. Many theories from different experts in the field of academe, particularly in psychology, therefore proved that environment is really an important factor upon crafting an individual’s totality. Some of them are based from many folds of researches, social experimentations, and drawn conclusions. These theories are found by the researchers to be of valuable significance for this research study: Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory (1986). Albert Bandura, a renowned psychologist who is a David Starr Jordan Professor Emeritus of Social Science in Psychology at
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