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BASIC SOCIAL

SYSTEM
CONCEPTUAL
SCHEME

Lucena G. Piol
Rizal College of Taal
College of Computer Studies
Senior High School Department
ocial System
GOAL

bounded

interact
influenc
e Work
together
onceptual Scheme
Rabbit or Duck?
onceptual Scheme
Object (same)
Schema (different)
Rabbit or duck
System of assertions and
inferential connections
BASIC SOCIAL
SYSTEM CONCEPTUAL
SCHEME
Social
system
(career)

motion

Individu
Different people have different schemas
and therefore they experience the same
objects in different ways.
Different cultures speak different
language i.e. they might have different
schemas and perceive the world in
different ways
Our knowledge depends on our
schemas i.e. the state of our minds
Humans dont have the same
conceptual schemes!
Elements of experience:
1. the data of the senses
2. conceptual interpretation of
the data.
Conceptual relativism
-conceptual schemes affect how
people experience and
understand reality, people with
different conceptual schemes
have different realities i.e.
different worlds.
BASIC SOCIAL SYSTEM
CONCEPTUAL Often
SCHEME
cause
Lead to
modification in
affect

affects

Influence the
components of
Results
in

Lead to

Often cause
modification in
BASIC SOCIAL SYSTEM
CONCEPTUAL SCHEME
Background
Factors
Personal systems
External Status
Organizational
culture
Technology and
layout
Reward system
BASIC SOCIAL SYSTEM
Leadership Style

CONCEPTUAL SCHEME
Autocratic and
goal oriented Suggestion
Tough but
Befair
a less aggressive
boss leader since the leaders
Work forstyle affects the whole
the wage
group
youre making!
Understand that not all
Approachable
teachers have the same
conceptual scheme
BASIC SOCIAL SYSTEM
RequiredSCHEME
CONCEPTUAL
Behaviour
1. Required
Activities
2. Required
Interactions
3. Required
attitudes
BASIC SOCIAL SYSTEM
EmergentSCHEME
CONCEPTUAL
Behaviour
1. Limited
Interactions
Suggestions
among workers
Reduce downtime so
2. Spending
that employees are not
downtime
on their phones
playing on phone
BASIC SOCIAL SYSTEM
CONCEPTUAL SCHEME
Consequences of
Emergent
Systems
1. Productivity
2. Satisfaction
3. Development