Developing Concept of the Self: The Environmentally Influenced or Innately Developed

Jerald C. Moneva, Clarisa D. Quesio, Mariejun A. Navaris

Abstract


Self-concept is the awareness of a person of himself/herself based on his/her experiences, knowledge, body image, skills and in the way they tend to identify themselves in different situations, Meanwhile environment is where the students interact with others and spend most of their time. Environment is also where the students learn and gain experiences. Family, friends and peers are the people who the students communicate with, the people where they share their personal experiences and the people they mostly along with. The researchers used a survey questionnaire as a tool to be answered by the Senior High School students in Jagobiao National High School the data gathered will be treated using the weighted mean, frequency, percentage and lambda to determine their correlation. The influence of the variables are noticeable not significant to each other. It means that if they don’t develop their self-concept environmentally and innately, there are other factors that develop the achievement of the students on the concept of the self.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/iss.v8i1.17069

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