Belongingness In Literature

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belongingness in terms of symbol or logo The experimental manipulation concerning belongingness in terms of symbol or logo, during which the letters preference appearing in the own name above not own name letters presented as the first evidence to support the hypothesis of the ownership. In addition, there are other explanations, which are briefly presented and ruled out, for the results mentioned above concerning stimulus complexity and mere exposure. (Feys, Jos.1991) Recognizing the symbols in graphic documents is a centralized research activity in the pattern recognition and document analysis. Recognizing domain dependent symbols in line with a database of symbol is an essential issue in the interpretation of maps, engineering drawings,…show more content…
an understanding of this concept within a cultural worldview is likely to have a positive influence the mental health of ethnic minority populations. Sense of belonging as connectedness pictures the dynamic attribution of human existence. The worldview of the American Indian population stresses the role of sense of belonging to interpersonal relationships and the well-being of individuals, family, and community. It turns on the dynamic phenomenon of social significance. (Hill, Doris Leal.2006) Concentrated discourses and practices of identity in an Italian organization in London, this article tests the relationship between the construction of the identity of places and the construction of terrains of belonging. Various forms of cultural practices that mark out spatial and identity boundaries for the London Italian population are discussed in relation to the deployment of gender and ethnicity. Advancing a corporeal approach to identity formation, it is argued that displays of the Italian presence in London operate through the repetition of regulatory norms that produces the effect of materialization of cultural belonging through the ethicizing and gendering of individual bodies. Gender and ethnicity are deeply embedded in one another and their entwinement is to be understood as the outcome of their construction along similar bodily lines. Also, the author shows…show more content…
whether students currently experience school as a community or not? And schools’ influence on students ' sense of community, Conceptually, the review reflects society’s cognitive perspective on motivation. During the theoretical framework, Osterman and Karenp put forward that individuals have psychological needs, that satisfaction of these needs will affect their behavior and perception. The research aims at how social organizations, address what is defined as a basic psychological need, the need to experience belongingness. The result show that students ' experience of acceptance will be influenced by multiple dimensions of behavior but that schools adopt organizational practices that neglect and may actually undermine students ' experience of membership in a supportive situation. (Osterman, Karen F.
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