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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
1

Die ontwerp en aanwending van 'n selfkonsep as praktykteorie vir pastorale berading / Hanekom, A.J

Hanekom, Albertus Johannes January 2005 (has links)
This study introduces a self concept that can serve as practice theory for pastoral counselling. The practical theological model of Zerfass is used to develop a basis, meta and practice theory. The basis theoretical perspectives indicate that the self may be viewed as the culmination of al the dimensions of perception of man. Three dimensions of the self may be distinguished, after the analogy of man as creation of God. -lmago Dei as structure/condition before God - man as the image of God - this emphasizes man's worth as creation of God. -lmago Dei as relational concept - man as a relationship being -this is essentially about experiencing love (security) in relationship with God, fellow man and nature. -lmago Dei as functional concept - man as representative of God -this essentially deals with the position in which man is appointed as representative of God. As a result of the fall of man the image of God in man is scarred and he exists in a condition of: -Shame (as the opposite of worth); -Fear (as the opposite of love); and -Guilt (as the opposite of position). Through the process of regeneration God creates a new person and in so doing restores man's worth in Christ. Through reconciliation in Christ God restores the love (security) within relationships as He had in mind before the fall. God acquits the person in Christ Jesus and restores the saved person's position as representative of God. Although man possesses love (security) and position in Christ, a bipolar tension exist between: -Worth and shame; -Love (security) and fear; and -Position and guilt. According to the meta theoretical perspectives man is a social creature and his/her self comes to fulfilment (with)in relationships. Man finds himself in a certain environment and circumstances and as such is subject to external influences. Man's need for security must be heeded in order for the self to realize its full potential. A safe place for genuineness, respect, and empathy must be created to actualise the self. Seeing that children learn through imitation, it is the responsibility of adults to be admirable role models for children. These perspectives raise an appeal to the human intellect. Man's intellectual/cognitive dimension therefore plays an important role in man's self. Finally, guidelines for the design and application of a practice theory for the application of a self-concept for pastoral counselling are suggested. / Thesis (M.A. (Practical Theology))--North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, 2006.
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Die ontwerp en aanwending van 'n selfkonsep as praktykteorie vir pastorale berading / Hanekom, A.J

Hanekom, Albertus Johannes January 2005 (has links)
This study introduces a self concept that can serve as practice theory for pastoral counselling. The practical theological model of Zerfass is used to develop a basis, meta and practice theory. The basis theoretical perspectives indicate that the self may be viewed as the culmination of al the dimensions of perception of man. Three dimensions of the self may be distinguished, after the analogy of man as creation of God. -lmago Dei as structure/condition before God - man as the image of God - this emphasizes man's worth as creation of God. -lmago Dei as relational concept - man as a relationship being -this is essentially about experiencing love (security) in relationship with God, fellow man and nature. -lmago Dei as functional concept - man as representative of God -this essentially deals with the position in which man is appointed as representative of God. As a result of the fall of man the image of God in man is scarred and he exists in a condition of: -Shame (as the opposite of worth); -Fear (as the opposite of love); and -Guilt (as the opposite of position). Through the process of regeneration God creates a new person and in so doing restores man's worth in Christ. Through reconciliation in Christ God restores the love (security) within relationships as He had in mind before the fall. God acquits the person in Christ Jesus and restores the saved person's position as representative of God. Although man possesses love (security) and position in Christ, a bipolar tension exist between: -Worth and shame; -Love (security) and fear; and -Position and guilt. According to the meta theoretical perspectives man is a social creature and his/her self comes to fulfilment (with)in relationships. Man finds himself in a certain environment and circumstances and as such is subject to external influences. Man's need for security must be heeded in order for the self to realize its full potential. A safe place for genuineness, respect, and empathy must be created to actualise the self. Seeing that children learn through imitation, it is the responsibility of adults to be admirable role models for children. These perspectives raise an appeal to the human intellect. Man's intellectual/cognitive dimension therefore plays an important role in man's self. Finally, guidelines for the design and application of a practice theory for the application of a self-concept for pastoral counselling are suggested. / Thesis (M.A. (Practical Theology))--North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, 2006.
3

The development of self-knowledge

Burton, Sarah January 2002 (has links)
No description available.
4

The effect of the problem-drinker parent on the child's self-concept and relationships with others

Samuelson, Sheryl Jen. January 1975 (has links)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Wisconsin. School of Nursing, 1975. / eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record.
5

Nurse role perceptions of nursing students and nurses with primary versus secondary orientations

Muehl, Jacquiline Nelson. January 1975 (has links)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Wisconsin. School of Nursing, 1975. / eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record.
6

Ethnocentrism : Structure and change in a sample of English adolescent high school pupils

Puddifoot, J. E. January 1987 (has links)
No description available.
7

Measurement and description of self concept in the moderately subnormal adult and its relationship to certain groups of non-subnormals

Stribling, Martha Basinger Bookout January 1982 (has links)
Three groups of subjects were tested with three self concept measures. The normal children and normal adult groups were matched to the subnormal group on control variables. The self concept measures used were the Piers-Harris Self Concept Scale for Children, the Tennessee Self Concept Scale and a modified Kelly rating repertory grid. Not all subnormals responded to assessment. Results suggest that subnormal adults and normal adults report similar self concept and that children report self concept which is different from these adult groups. Results also suggest that level of mental age determines the ability to complete a self concept assessment and chronological age determines positive score on self concept assessment. Most of the research in subnormality and self concept has been completed with mildly subnormal subjects. This research is reviewed. There is little previous research in subnormality to which to compare the results of this study.
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Self-Rationalization and Two Aspects of the Self-Concept: The Social Self and the Private Self

Flattery, James Warren 08 1900 (has links)
The purpose of this study is two-fold: (1) to investigate the relationship between self-rationalization and self-concept, and (2) to investigate the relationship between two different types of self-concept, the private self or what a person thinks about himself and the social self or what a person thinks other people in his psychological group think about him.
9

A Study on the Stability of Self-concept

Collman, Robert Bernard 01 1900 (has links)
There are two major purposes of this study. First, it will attempt to ascertain whether self-concept, as measured by a self-concept scale, will fluctuate significantly due to a recent ego inflating or deflating experience, and if so, how lasting and in what areas are the effects. Secondly, it will note whether or not the low self-concept individual is more susceptible to changes in self-concept due to these environmental changes than the high self-concept individual.
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The Relationship between Clothing Interest and Self-Concept in Female Undergraduate College Students

Dulin, Anthony P. 06 1900 (has links)
This study sought to examine the relationship between the variable of clothing interest and the five self-concept variables or scales. These are defensive positiveness, general maladjustment, psychosis, personality disorder, and neurosis similarity in scale score to a neurotic population.

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