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Maternal Self-Concept and Children’s Academic Achivement

Auther : Halim B.Bishay

If we take a look at the literature dealing with the various theories of self-concept, we may notice that there is a common agreement that:

(1)   The individual’s conception of himself emerges from social interaction and, in turn, guides or influences the behavior of that individual.

(2)   The individual’s self-concept is based on his perception of the way others are responding to him.

(3)   The actual responses of others to the individual will determine the way he sees himself.

(4)   The self-concept is that organization of qualities that the individual attributes to himself.

The purpose of this study is to discuss in some detail the theories of self-concept, which will be presented in the last part of this paper. The first part of this study deals with an attempt to investigate the family and school influences on the child’s self-concept and its impact upon his academic achievement.

 

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