Self Concept - Civil Identity - Social Identity - Family Identity

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This is a slide show about the terms - SELF CONCEPT - CIVIL IDENTITY - SOCIAL IDENTITY- SOCIAL MORES - FAMILY IDENTITY. It is for upper division courses in Social Psychology and Sociology. Maybe suitable for Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology professions and Governmental Social Services Case Managers.


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Civil Identity And Social Mores S elf-Concept April 7 th , 1999 1


Self-Concept SOP ( S ignificant o ther P erson) (or Persons/People) - Question: How do I see the IP as the IP sees - him/her self (from the SoP’s point of view)? The ‘ Self-Concept ’ is the integrated sum total of the all PoVs (Points of Views): the Therapist, and the IP ( I dentified P atient), and the supporting SoP ( S ignificant o ther P ersons) report(s) ‘of’… Therapist - Question: How do I ‘see’ IP-how the IP ‘sees’ him/her self and the IPs SoP- from my viewpoint of the IP? IP (Identified Patient) - Question: Just how do ‘I’ see my ‘self’? Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology: Self-Concept The integrated sum total of all POVs All “PoVs” 2

“Civil Identity”:

“ Civil Identity ” * ‘ Civil identity ’ is a (a term 1 st introduced in Social Psychology) - describing a collective of features concerning an individual’s present ethnicity, political party membership, race and color, religious membership, disability/handicap, age group/ generation, 'proper' sexual orientation and marital status. 2 - Sociology 101 Also see “Self-Concept” 3

“Civil identity” :

“Civil identity” “ Civil Identity ” is the array of collective features of an individual that minimally includes: Ethnicity: Political Party: Race: Color: Disability: Religion: Gender: Sexual acts of pleasure-preference orientation: Marital Status: Etc. 4

“Social Identity” :

“Social Identity” A person’s sense of belongingness to a collective of important identified social categories/groups such as; Citizenship: a Nation Residency: Location of home Property: OWNERship or co-Ownership in Real estate e.g., homes, vacation homes, office buildings, land, and may include motor homes, RVs, cars, boats, planes, etc. Profession : a trade, vocation, skill, craft boards or unions, etc Education : Credentials, degrees, diplomas, certifications, documentation of schools successfully attended. Religious Title : Status in religious (or political) organizations. Socio-economic class : Amount of money in bank, in stocks and bonds investments, in bank notes and certificates. - Introduction to Social Psychology 5

“Self-Concept” : All POVs (Points of Views):

Point-of-View of the Therapist , AND, how the IP AND SoP ‘sees’ the IP’ all together Point-of-View of the IP How he/she ‘sees’ him self /her self Point-of-View of the IP’s SoP i.e., how the SoP ‘sees’ the IP “S elf-Concept” : All POVs (Points of Views) An equallyokedtarian? An equallyokedtarian? An equallyokedtarian? Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No IP SoP Tx 6

“Social Mores”:

“Social Mores” A Multifaceted Meaning - Social Mores : Good mental health values expressed openly … Manifestation of intrinsic positive moral codes… e.g., positive existential/spiritual ideologies, Extrinsically positive social customs and norms : Proper social conduct and manners , Polite meaningful social ettiquette , and… Positive social standards of behaviours Acceptable health habits that comprise a ‘healthy lifestyle ’ and are binding for optimal wellness and longevity yet differ according to individual group. - The New Millennium Social Psychology 7

Psychiatric Sociology :

Psychiatric Sociology Thoughts and Thinking disorder /disunion- Cyclic-etiologic Factors: Biologic Causes – Air pollutants – Water contaminants – Food toxins and poisons Psychologic Causes – Mental/Factual Lies – Moral Perversions – Emotional Abuse Social/Cultural Causes – Unequallyoked relationships PSYCHO Disordered Thoughts and Thinking SOCIOCULTURAL Unequallyoked Coupling BIO Brain Toxins/ Chemistry The Biopsychosociocultural Medical Model/ Lifestyle and Epigenetics 8

Biopsychosociocultural factors::

Biopsychosociocultural factors: Smoke and fumes Air pollution Water contamination Poisonous chemicals Unequallyoked individuals Toxic substances Food impurities Sewage Irradiation Congenital DNA defects Noise Hot heated temperatures Icy cold temperatures Lies Catastrophe Communicable pathogens 9

Equallyoked vs. Unequally Yoked:

Equallyoked vs. Unequally Yoked Competitive capitalism: competing financially for a mate/ i.e., a marriage partner. Humoring socially: entertaining with humor, comical jokes, comedianship for making laughter. An individual with/or without a clear understanding of his/or her . own ‘ civil identity ’ has to be -- ---a little bit of a capitalis t, a little bit of a socialis t, and a little bit of a communist --- ---to make an impression on a mate/marital partner Community humanitarianism : love for native animals, ecology, pets, livestock, to demonstrate kindness. - Int roduction to Social Psychology Middle-Point drugs 10

Family Identity:

Family Identity The “Family Identity” is base on ‘civil identity’ closely associated with a specific surname and… Surname: that specific family name passed down generation after generation in a family lineage from whom the origins of the surname began to the very youngest new born. Middle name : It is a name given by joint parents traditionally, by inter-marrying families of the same (or similar) ‘civil identities’ to protect the family against fraud, phoneys, and fakes using reputable ‘names’ as a tactic or strategy for personal profit in multicultural finance. ‘NMI’ (means, No Middle Initial) First name: a personal name given to a newborn by parents - to be used in every day conversations - with a specific meaning – concerning the reputation to ‘live up to’ in society. - Social Psychology: 222 11


Q/A April 7 th 1999 12

Self-Concept, Civil Identity,:

and Social Mores S elf-Concept, Civil Identity, April 7 th , 1999 13