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Chapter 2 Personality and Culture

1. Society in General 2. Meaning of Culture and Personality 3. Determinants of Personality A. Biological B. E.Q. Factors C. Environmental 4. Philippine Cultural Values 1. Society in General  Represents a Geographical aggregate and has a boundary, similar government or a group of persons engaged in social relationships for a meaningful interaction. 2. Meaning of Culture and Personality  Culture- the evolved human capacity to classify and represent experiences with symbols, and to act imaginatively and creatively  Personality- individualizing trait of a man which constitutes his singularity and differentiates from any other human being. 3. Determinants of Personality A. Biological Heritage- includes all that a person possesses as transmitted from parents to offspring by means of germ plasm.  Musculature- of any living organs can be accurately represented through finite  Nervous System- system which gives man his every contact with his experiences with others. Central Nervous- system part of the nervous system that integrates the information that it receives from, and coordinates the activity  Sympathetic Nervous System- responsible for regulation of internal organs  Glands- group of cells B. E.Q. Factors- New brain research suggests that emotions, not I.Q., may be the true measure of human intelligence.  Emotional intelligence (E.Q.) was coined by Yale psychologist Peter Salovey and University of New Hampshire John Mayer, to describe qualities like understanding one’s feelings empathy for the feeling of others. 

Influences the effects of heredity and environment on personality.individual is born into a group and occupies a certain position or rank.  Achieved Status.the school.often thought of as an institution and intellectual training.  Panopio and Cordero (1978) present a brief discussion of these prevailing values as studied by both American and Filipino Scientists.  Situation.   School.basic unit which transmits the biological traits of its member.  Cultural environment. 4. Which is generally stable and consistent.various groups and social interactions going on in the groups of which the individual is a member. Environmental. mental abilities and emotional dispositions. An individual’s personality. . topography and natural resources. Church. dynamic and assertive personality.  Social Environment. the church and other social institutions are also instrumental in molding the individual into a wholesome.acquired by choice or through competition and individual efforts and determination.  Status and Roles. Philippine Cultural Values  Every culture develops a personality stature of its own.  Home and Family.  Social Agents. Climate.learned ways of living and norms of behavior which are transmitted to the child through social groups.has its own unique contribution to the formation of the individual’s personality.Geographic environment refers to locate on. This idea fits in with the concepts of national character whereby Filipino has distinct characteristics that differentiate them from the Americans or Japanese. unique in a sense that it is has a mission. These may be responsible for the different experiences in adjustment to the physical world. a commitment in helping both home and the community to develop high sense of values.C. does change in different situation.

 Impersonalism.involves an uncritical acceptance.attaches major importance to the personal factor which guarantees intimacy warmth and security or kinship and friendship in getting things done. SIR. identified by Fr.involves a belief that by systematic planning studying. reverence and protection of tradition or rituals. feminine responsibility.Filipino are also inclined to status oriented behavior.refers to the tendency to eliminate the influence of friendship or kinship in working situations. self-esteem.  Personalism. shame. Non-rationalism. and training. debt of gratitude. Lynch as the desire for smooth inter personal relations.  Authoritarianism.  Rationalism. .

Gordon College Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management Chapter 2 Personality and Culture Submitted by: Joanna Ray Claudine Dampil Jeferson E Lopez Emmanuel Malapit Miguel Isaac Pangindian Submitted to: Ma’am ViVIan Perdigon MPA. MPM .

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