The Importance Of A Broken Family

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Introduction Family is the one that really has a great impact and influence to children. The child as an outcome, gets first teaching, learning, edification and socialization from parents and other important persons in the family. According to Hillary Sheehan (2010), early sociologists described the family as the most important institution because it was in control of the development of children. Agulana (1999) said that the family sets the psychological, moral, and spiritual foundation in the whole development of the child. Basically, family is either broken or complete. A broken family is a family that has separated due to many different reasons such as a result of divorce, separation, death of one parent and illegitimacy. Ivan Nye (1958),…show more content…
Research shows that self-efficacy predicts outcomes such as cognitive skill learning, cessation of smoking, tolerance of pain, athletic performance, career decision making, assertiveness, handling and surviving feared events, heart attack recovery, and sales performance. Bandura (1977) also mentioned that self-efficacy affects the choice of activities, effort and persistence. Those with high self-efficacy participate more enthusiastically, work harder, endure longer when they encounter difficulties, and have a high achievement drive more than those with low…show more content…
Self-efficacy pertains to one's principles about achieving a task and can impact people’s choice of activities, determination, perseverance, and achievement. While working on tasks, they gain information about how well they are performing. This information has an effect in their self-efficacy for sustained learning. Research shows that self-efficacy has a great help to foretell motivation and performance. The main concept in social cognitive theory is that an individual’s actions and reactions, incorporating social behaviors and cognitive processes, in nearly every situation are influenced by the actions that the individual has observed in others. Because self-efficacy is developed from external experiences and self-perception and is influential in determining the outcome of many events, it is an important aspect of social cognitive theory. Self-efficacy embodies the personal perception of external social

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