There are certain protective factors for resilience, which includes role models in life, experiences like challenges that create resilience, a positive attitude in taking it up, interaction with others positively to live the challenges, ability to engage with others and ability to form committed relationships (Mowbray, 2011). Presence of a clean adult who is out of habits, affection and love, positive caring, parental self efficacy, hobby, community involvement, religion and reasonable community protection are protective factors for development and maintenance of resilience (ENCARE, 2007). There are positive outcomes that happen with the development of resilience, by overcoming of risk factors and enhancement of protective factors. The outcomes help in the transition from a stage of adversity to a stage of accomplishment. These positive outcomes are also the ones that measure the efficiency of the individual and community protective factors in creating resilience.
QP pointed out to Maunica that a value can only be used when there is an alternative to a choice. QP explained to Maunica, when careful consider alternatives and consequences are made a choice in value is reflected in the decision. QP pointed out to Maunica that when a person values something it has a positive outcome for them. QP asked Maunica to list some decisions she has made that she feel good about. QP asked Maunica to list some qualities she cherishes in herself.
This provides an adequate definition of what a benevolent person is. She then continues “This, then, seems to be the way in which seeing states of affairs in which people are happy as good states of affairs really is an essential part of morality” (48), arguing that it must be part of morality to try to have people happy. She then draws an important distinction between having benevolence as an essential part of morality, and having it as the end of morality. “But it is very important that we have found this end within morality, and forming part of it, not standing outside it as the ‘good state of affairs’ by which moral action in general is to be judged.” (48). She goes on to explain that other virtues can supersede benevolence, which provides proof that benevolence is not the ultimate end.
That is why I stated in my thesis statement that people are for the most part inherently good. Influences, events, and other people leave an impact and can affect people negatively. But it is also true, that in some cases, people truly are inherently
However, even if initially people are making attributions to someone’s internal state, they can change this way of thinking and recognize outside situations. Only if someone is not distracted, because it involves a conscious effort to change these thoughts. Gilbert’s theory argues often people do not get to situational attributions if they are not able to cognitively because of distractions or they do not have the information to infer a situation affected the behavior. However, many people, as Wallace states, may not get to this step in the model because they simply do not care to see outside themselves at that moment. It can be extremely difficult for people to see past their own situation in the first place, especially in irritating situations like heavy traffic or a busy grocery store.
It expresses your worth and value as a human being as well as one’s confidence, dignity and faith in oneself. 2. Didion defines character as willingness to accept responsibility for your life. Can persons of character be self-righteous? Hypocritical?
As well as paving a way for others and sharing my gain knowledge. With hopes of equipping others with the tools to navigate the system that is often times building against them. Being told by society that because of my age, race and the labeling of being a single parent I’m expected to not achieve much. My study abroad can allow me to push others like myself to not allow these societal labels to dictate how far you can push yourself.
It is not easy for me to find out that which type of leadership style has appealed to me in leadership. As it has mentioned in one article that “introverts are often reluctant to lead”( Connor and Spark), most of the time I do not have the desire to lead the group and it is not important for me to be a leader in group but when I am in a group it is important for me that what can I do for the group and I try to do my best to do my responsibility because in a group work my function will affect the other member of group as well so I don’t want to harm others because of my negligence. In my personal life it is important for me to do things on time and in best way but in group works I do my responsibility. To ask that which style of leadership
In society today, communication classes are highly over looked because of our new developing technology. People don’t realize how much a communication class could benefit them. We have lost sight of verbal communication skills. This class has taught me to put my phone down and communicate with others. It has opened my eyes to the real world without technology.
It allows me to be truthful, while respecting a person’s emotional states. 2. Explain your primary ethical perspectives. a. What are the habits that you attempt to live an uprightly good life and why do you think that these ways are the best ways?
The theory of right and wrong characteristics or good and bad behaviors is concerned with morality; its role can shape an individual’s personality which can affect his or her call of action. It is only natural that we should have some kind of sense of duty and physical forces from our experiences that make us have moral laws. It’s an aspect of humanity which helps them make rational decisions and it also serves as guidance for mere goodness. Our existence defines who we are as an individual because of our values that help us see past our wrongdoing and helps improve our future. This can be seen in Sophocles’ story of “Antigone,” Antigone’s character portrays a strong individual who is loyal and values her family more than the society.
The other main points that he argued is the two main antecedent. One is the individual 's attitude toward the behavior. The other one is the subjective norm with respect to the behavior, attitudes to other people to whom you are oriented about you doing that behavior. For example, you have a positive attitude about going to vote for a particular candidate, but now you are contacted to your significant others ' opinions that matters and are visible to you, and they are telling you that they may disagree, some disagree with you and some agree with you. How do you integrate with these?
The ultimate goal of this theory is to bring happiness to those involved and to also prevent evil and unhappiness within the group (Bentham, 39). The same goes for an individual. Whatever option would bring that person the greatest pleasure would be the right choice and all other options would be wrong because they would be bringing them pain. Bentham states that when you consider an individual or a group then you can determine the value of the pleasure or pain felt in a situation through evaluating its intensity, duration, certainty/ uncertainty, propinquity/ remoteness, fecundity, and purity (41). This means that you can determine the amount of pleasure or pain a person will feel depending on how greatly it scores on these