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Intrapersonal Communication. Self, perception and communication. An exercise: “Who am I?”. Ask yourself this question. Answer on a piece of paper. Write as much as possible Share with the class p/s: Is it a difficult question? Why? . Self-sabotage or self-fulfillment.

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an exercise who am i
An exercise: “Who am I?”
  • Ask yourself this question.
  • Answer on a piece of paper.
  • Write as much as possible
  • Share with the class

p/s: Is it a difficult question? Why?

self sabotage or self fulfillment
Self-sabotage or self-fulfillment
  • “You are what you think”; thoughts are the seeds of actions.
  • The true sabotage lies within communication with oneself, in thoughts and in words
  • Intra personal communication is the communication is the communication you have with yourself about yourself and others.

(Perkins, page 2-3)

who am i
“Who am I?”
  • We are a complex person.
  • Difficult to answer accurately or completely.
  • Our life begins and we started to learn who we are, through our interactions with the people around us.
  • Most of us has a constant image of ourselves.
  • The image of ourselves also varies with different situation.
our interactions
Our interactions
  • How others treat us affect how we view ourselves.
  • Also we can “hide” some parts of ourselves or features to prevent rejection.
intrapersonal communication
Intrapersonal communication
  • Communication with oneself is the basis of all other communication experiences.
  • We “create” our own “movie of life”
  • Thoughts and words are the tools of creation of our “movie of life”.
  • “Labels” about life comes from inside us.
understanding self concept
Understanding self-concept
  • Our self concept or self identity is our perceived self, which consists of an organised collection of beliefs and attitudes about self.
  • Who we perceive ourselves to be is determined by our experiences and communication with others.
  • This include the roles and values we have selected for ourselves, and how we believe others see us.
understanding self concept1
Understanding self concept
  • Self concept consists of 2 subcomponents, closely related:
    • Self image

The mental picture of self

2. Self-esteem

Our feelings and attitudes towards ourselves including our evaluation of ourselves

self concept as a process
Self-concept as a process
  • Communication is a dynamic process and so is our self-concept.
  • Self perception and the perception of others have of us differ from time to time, from situation to situation and from person to person
self concept and communication
Self-concept and communication
  • The perception we believe others have on us affect our communication.
  • Our view of ourselves influences how we communicate with others.
  • Communication and self concept are inseparable and both involve process.
culture gender and self concept
Culture, gender and self-concept
  • Does culture and gender influence our self-concept?
individual assignment
Individual Assignment
  • Do you think you can improve your self-concept?
  • If you think so, please explain why and how.
  • If you think that you cannot improve your self-concept, please also explain why.
  • Marks : 5%
  • No of pages, not less than 3 pages excluding the front page, the table of contents, references and appendices (if any)
references
References:
  • Seiler, W. J and Beall, M. L ( 2008). Communication. Making Connections ( 7thed). Boston: Pearson
  • Perkins,P. S ( 2008). The Art and Science of Communication. Tools for Effective Communication in the Work Place. New Jersey: Wiley.
  • Hybels, S., and Weaver II, R. L ( 2004). Communcating Effectively ( 7thed). Boston: Mc Graw Hill
  • Verdeber, R. F. and Verderber, K.S ( 2005).Communicate( 11thed). CA: Thomson/Wadsworth