People in high self-esteem claim to be more likable and attractive, to have better relationships, and to make better impressions on others than people with low self-esteem, but objective measures disconfirm most of these beliefs. Narcissists are charming at first but tend to alienate others eventually. Self-esteem has not been shown to predict the quality or duration of relationships. Self-esteem has a strong relationship to happiness and also to cheating. Neither high nor low self-esteem is a direct
Turner, 1986). According to social identity theory people strive to maintain a positive self-image, or a high level of self-esteem. Their self-esteem is determined both by the value of their personal identity--that identity formed on the basis of reflected appraisal, social comparison, and identification--and their various social identities. Social identity is defined as "those aspects of an individual's self-image that derive from the social categories to which he perceives himself as belonging"
and supports on adolescents proficiently. Some studies denote that authoritative parenting is an excellent way of educating the adolescents, but some supposed that authoritarian parenting assists in cultivating the adolescents. On the basis of literatures, academic performance and psychological adjustment of adolescents is the consequence
field of sociology and criminology to understand this new field of crime, which is very different compared to traditional crimes. However, sociologists and criminologists try to apply traditional sociological theories to explain cyber crime. This literature review examines the reliability of Routine Activity Theory (RAT) to explain victimization of cyber crime in relation to activities online and offline. The authors of each article have similar research agendas that lead towards questioning the applicability
To the best of our knowledge, there is no related study which consists of these variables, namely self esteem, work environment, psychological empowerment, perquisite, employees performance, job satisfaction, of this study in the literature. Many emplical studies about restaurant sectors are conducted in the USA (Ramesh & Gelfand 2010) and retention of service employees (Michael et al,20011) service quality (Min&Min
child’s holistic self in the environment. Culture and society go hand in hand with topics such as: the educator’s philosophy and role, the third teacher (setting up the environment), socio-economic disadvantage and the virtual schoolbag, binary thinking: gender and class, indigenous educational justice and childhood, technology and consumerism (pop culture). In today’s society, a child may or may not be judged depending on their ethnicity or social class as this influences their self-esteem in how other
Introduction: This study aimed to focus on social networking and its effect on mental health along with their influence on society, particularly its addiction leading to depression. In the recent years the number of youths who are using the range of social media has increased dramatically. Considering the increasing number of participants- According to (Facebook, statistics;2014) facebook has an average of over 829 million daily active users and the increasing amount of time spent using it. Social
This chapter presents the effect of body shaming on Junior High School female students from grade 8 and 9. The factors include such as depression, anxiety, bullying, low self-efficacy. The following are the related literature and studies that may help in understanding our study and acquiring the data needed. Shaming. According to Johnson, D.E.’s (2001), Research evidence is accumulating to suggest that shame can be implicated in important ways in student adjustment to the learning environment. Student
Another interactive aspect in the empowerment of employees will be respectful environment and interactions that can enthusiastically engage them in healthier and productive scenario. In contrast, employees might be deteriorated when there is lack of self-esteem and empowerment in the organization. Organizational values are associated to the provision of quality services that directly links with frontline employees such as managers.
for the patient on their path to recovery. Family therapy for the patient with anorexia and their families can help to significantly reduce the symptoms that are associated with anorexia. Family therapy can help the patient increase their self worth and self esteem. It also helps build trust between the patient and family members (Hollesen et al 2013). However, encouraging care and support from families can be a challenging process for nurses. The family of the anorexic patient might not have much