Introduction The purpose of this paper is to review an article written by Subia Parveen Rasheed, RN, BScN on The Self-Awareness Concept published in the International Journal of caring Science, 2015. According to the author, Self-Awareness is described as the process of performing an unbiased examination of self. The author believes self-awareness is an important mechanism that is necessary in the development of the proper nurse-patient relationship that leads to therapeutic healing. She further explores the difficulty involve in knowing oneself, accepting who we are can be a long process that causes us to face things that may be painful. The author claims self-awareness starts with self-consciousness and the expectation of change that relies on constant effort.
In other words, it is the way in which an object is seen or perceived. The Term 'consciousness ' is widely used under the following four main topics: 1. Knowledge (to act from earlier experiences) 2. Intention (the state of mind in which it is directed to some particular thing, object or state of affairs and events.) 3.
According to Vir Bala Aggarwal, V. S. Gupt (2002), communication is unable to function without mass media of communication. Even in rural area, newspaper and radio play a very big part in transmitting the news to locals and contribute a lot in the growth of media and mass communication as stated in Media, Technology, and Society book written by I. Arul Aram (2008). People in rural area rely a lot to newspaper and radio in their effort to stay in touch with the current news happen around them and they tend to put big interest on the news they receive. In fifteenth century, a German inventor named Johannes Gutenberg developed a method of movable type of printing press and used it to create one of the Western world's first major printed books. It has become a breakpoint which leads to tons of wonderful and magnificent technologies nowadays as what we call as, mass media.
Media is still vital because it can be used to socialize and on the other hand to make decisions and formulates opinions: it builds up the notoriety of vices. With the Internet being readily available to the younger generation, they end up learning certain material, which are not suitable for their age. They get disclosed to impropriety and improper acts. They become wrapped up in a divergent world - one of fantasy. It allows them to grow up with misguided preconceptions and
Media make advertising and trade more effective, especially within high tech organizations. for example In Egypt and Tunisia government is the sponsored for advertising that important since these countries depend on tourism for national income. Media from both countries inform the world about interesting places to visit. Social Effects of Media The media are among the most significant institutions within modern society. Most people are exposed to some form of media on a daily or regular
Media usage reflects and shapes both language use and attitudes in a speech community. For second language learners, the media may function as the primary—or even the sole—source of native-speaker models. Third, the ways in which the media use language are interesting linguistically in their own right; these include how different dialects and languages are used in advertising, how tabloid newspapers use language in a projection of their assumed readers ' speech, or how radio personalities use language—and only language–to construct their own images and their relationships to an unseen, unknown audience. Fourth, the media are important social institutions. They are crucial presenters of culture, politics, and social life, shaping as well as reflecting how these are formed and expressed.
Self-awareness is the conscious knowledge of one’s own character, feeling, motive, and desires. Looking at myself steps that be taken are self-reflection, being able to reflect on my life helps me to understand how I can become a better person each day. In a sense being better than the person I was yesterday is an understatement, but it leads back to reflecting over life and choices that we make. Being able to take control our emotions is a key fact for increasing awareness. Taking me, for instance, what I have noticed is that I tend to let my emotions get in the way of my everyday life.
Language Awareness is not taught by teacher or delivered through the course books; however, it is developed internally by the learners (Tomlinson 2003). Nowadays, language awareness is commonly defined as explicit knowledge about language and it focuses on the formal correctness of language such as grammar. However, the fact is, language awareness is more than that – it is internal realization of the language use (Tomlinson 2003). In other words, every learner has implicit knowledge about language within themselves and the role of teachers is to help the learners to develop their implicit knowledge (Laoire 2014). Besides, language awareness is essential as it helps to gain insights and awaken sensitivity in child towards the way language works
Nor does it warrant analysis or introspection. Choiceless awareness ‘perceives ' the fact without translating it to knowledge. This awareness is not evolutionary. It is not a 'progressive ' or a gradual understanding of 'what is ' by accumulating knowledge about it. It is not movement from the past to the future, but it is 'seeing ' the fact without distorting and dividing it.
Media technology has made communication easier throughout history. Now a days, children are expected to have a general understanding of the various technologies available to us. The internet is arguably one of the most effective tools in media for communication tools such as e-mail, Skype, Facebook etc., have brought people closer together. However, some may conclude that certain types of media can hinder face-to-face communication and therefore can result in complications like identity fraud. Following are the impacts of media on the types of communication; 1.