Social Person Perspective Matrix
... Era Social Person Perspective Key characteristics and principles of Social Person Perspective (overall). The whole person is comprised of a number of identity constructs such as self-esteem, expectations, gender, education, values, and goals (Reza, 2009). The social identity changes with group alliance. The individual’s role within a group, in this context the organization. This is compared to two other levels of identity personal identity (ideal image of self) and human identity (how we think we compare to others).
Social, ethical, and political events that impacted the Social Person Perspective.
The Depression, World War II, and Roosevelt putting in place the New Deal were key events in history wh...