Family and School are Determinant Factors in the Formation of the Human Personality

  • Cristina Lupu Danubius University of Galati
Keywords: education; family; school; school; personality

Abstract

The literature defines personality as the systemic, particularly complex set of programs, deep structures, features, and their organization in terms of the concrete person, focusing on the uniqueness, originality and stability that distinguishes the individual from others. In a general sense, the personality names the human being, in a social and cultural context, being always unique and original, as it starts from a singular hereditary dowry. Each individual is born with a human potential, which is capitalized and developed gradually, in the light of socialization and enculturation. According to the anthropological meaning, the personality represents a bio-socio-cultural entity, being analyzed the living human being, concretely, as a whole; from a biological point of view, the personality is oriented towards the human being who knows, acts, transforms the world and himself; the axiological perspective defines the personality as a product, a producer of values.

Author Biography

Cristina Lupu, Danubius University of Galati

Student, Faculty of Communication and International Relations, Specialization Psychology

 

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Published
2021-03-23
Section
Articles