Impacts of Different Social and Cultural Forms on Personality Types
In the society today, there are exists diverse social and cultural aspects that lead to particular personality forms including modern life, social class, and subcultures among others. Culture and gender remains are a critical factor in supporting the development of critical personality persons. Personality is shaped by both the environmental and biological aspects. Culture remains are a relevant aspect that shapes the individual's personality. In terms of the different cultural influences, the strength of the personality characteristics changes with the diverse cultures. For example, financial challenges could lead to long-term negative impacts on the personality of the children such as low esteem for the children. The differences in gender impact on the personality traits on a person’s element within the society. Persons living in an individualist culture tend to appreciate personal achievement while the integrative cultures, values, social honesty, and group requirements. The cultural norms are useful in shaping the overall personality and behavior of the people. For example, the gender norms and values focus on diverse features between varied genders and thus influencing personality development. As a result, the nature of the different social and cultural forms that shapes the different personality types within the society.
Different Social and Cultural Forms
The different social and cultural factors are useful in understanding the nature of individuals’ personalities. The social and cultural aspects will be appropriate in improving personality development among the different individuals. The interaction between the elements of psychology and culture is influencing in growing the specific personality types. The culture and personality perspective suggests that the process of socialization helps in developing personality patterns. It supports the shaping of individual's values and norms to align with the function within the society. The diverse socialization programs lead to the different personality forms among individuals.
People have developed responsive responses towards the different environmental conditions. The personality types comprise of a particular distribution that is copied into the society. The definition of culture as shared norms and values among people makes it influential in the shaping up of personality types. The main assumption relating to the impact of culture on personality is relevant in shaping the shared personality characteristics within the society.
From a cultural perspective, the different personality types are developed by the sexual orientation or cultural elements of the people. The culture contributes towards the creation of the people’s values and beliefs. For such understanding, the researchers argue that culture impacts on the personality. The differences in gender impact on the personality traits on a person’s element within the society. In terms of the social influences and impacts, the personality types were critical developing underlying traits to reinforce the traits of the people. An essential social factor in the personality development is risk factors to improve the process whereby the personal traits are developed. Today, modernity is an influential social change that acts as the main stressor for persons towards the formation of different personality structure and types. The social mechanisms relate to the negative impacts on the functioning of the family and the reducing of the strong factors in the community.
Processes of Forming Personality Types
There are three main processes that lead to the creation of certain personality types. The social processes include the environment, education, and parenting during childhood. The different personality types form in different approaches and takes part in various ways. Khan, in the book, defines personality as the individuality of an individual that determines the personal identity of an individual within the society. Individual possesses certain personality, but the dominant personality is the main aspects considered. The formation of personality depends on their character that is critical in the development of people. The continuous aspect of the certain characters helps in shaping the personality of individuals within the society.
The environmental impacts exert higher levels of pressures towards the formation of different personality types. The environment relates to personality development through whereby culture is developed in early conditioning, understanding the social norms and social groups and other aspects. The environment is critical in shaping the different personality types. For instance, the general environment is critical in the shaping of the children's behavior through observing the environmental changes in the society. Following a development perspective, the adaptive environments are keen to improve the behavior of the people due to the environmental adjustments.
The development of the big five personality features is strongly related to the environmental aspects from an individual level. The policymakers would be able to develop policies to bring about changes in the environmental actions and behaviors. It is critical that individual changes attitudes and behavior depending on the environment and thus, it helps in shaping personalities. Personality develops the beliefs of individuals and researchers have determined that personality characteristics influence environmental practices. The differences in personality would be critical in understanding the interests for the environment to operate in different persons. Thus, the environmental factors will be critical in tailoring the different personality in the society.
Education is one of the most influential social processes in the formation of personality types. The access to education and the type of education is critical in the formation of the different personalities. For example, the doctors will have a different personality type compared to the marketers due to the differences in the education received in the undergraduate courses. The marketers are likely to be extroverts and outgoing due to nature of their educational background and future careers. In contrast, the doctors are possible to become introverts due to intensive reading required for their education program.
Traditionally, the different personalities depend on the access to information about the actions of the people. The interaction of students in the educational setting helps to create a good social environment for enhancing personality development, In most occasions, the librarians are highly introvert and judging based on the Myers-Briggs model. The identified personality type is identified through the educational process. The librarians are keen to become richer in information.
The educational institutions and schools are an important part of the development of the personality types. The institution is a critical social institution for the adjustment of psychological behaviors of the students for their social growth. The schools maintain the social environment that makes it possible for the students to learn different cultural and social aspects. The confinements of the students to diverse people help in shaping their social personality. However, they have an opportunity for individuality to pursue their personal interests. In the educational institutions, the students are continuously evaluated regarding their actions and words. The educational schools are placed whereby the children were expected to grow.
Under the educational process, it is clear that students rely on two problem solving and creativity modes including as the innovators and the adaptors. The adaptors are highly likely to agree with all known policies and models. On the other hand, the innovators seek to develop own questions regarding existing paradigms. When the personality descriptions are made in the five-factor approach, the combination of the two models can differentiate the individual's personality through advanced education. The adaptors of ideas in education are likely to be introvert, whereas the innovators of ideas within the society are high to be extroverts. Therefore, it is necessary to recognize the impacts of education on the formation of the diverse personality types.
Childhood parenting is influential in the formation of the personality of an individual. Parenting in childhood involves the interaction of the different social aspects, biological growth, and the child understands of the social environment. The interaction is indicated in a discussion of the impact of the significant social relationships, the creation of relevant social understanding, the development of personality and social competence during their childhood. The personality development examines childhood parenting in three aspects towards shaping personality development. They include the social element, biological growth, and the child’s representation of the social world.
The first social aspect understands that all children depend on supportive parental care that offers guidance, security, and knowledge. The element of biological maturation is keen to ensure that the parents support the development of the children’s social and emotional competence and the associated temperament. Finally, the representation of social world ensures that the children understand the social aspects and environment around them. The continuous expansion of the three aspects in the process of childhood parenting is critical in supporting personality development.
During parenting, the infants could feel secure or insecure with their parents. The sense of attachment is an essential element of personality development as infants and children who feels are secure develops strong friendship relationships with their peers, show advanced emotional competence and more positive self-competence. The differences in gender impact on the personality traits on a person’s element within the society. Such traits will result to shaping the children’s development of strong personality. As the children grow, the relationships between the parents and the children will change.
The preschool children are highly capable to conflicts with the expectation of the parents. Such instances create increased conflict between the parents and children and how the parents deal with the conflict is important towards the shaping of their relationship. Children can show higher levels of competence if parents have a reasonable and higher expectation of their behaviors, are responsive and communicates well. In contrast, authoritarian parents lead to less constructive relationships with their children.
The parents also play other roles in shaping the personality development of the children. The parents could be mediators influencing the involvement of the children with their peers and taking part in external activities. Family relationships are also an important aspect of childhood parenting that could also shape the personality development of the children. For example, family challenges such as divorce and financial challenges could lead to long-term negative impacts on the personality of the children such as low esteem for the children.
From my personal experience, when I was growing up in the Chinese culture was exposed to different cultural values. The Chinese culture and social aspects plays a crucial role in shaping my personality within the society. However, I feel that the Chinese culture and social experiences are similar to global cultures due to globalization. Thus, my personality has mainly been shaped by the technological advancement within the society. However, I also think that the personality of an individual is shaped by their hereditary factors.
When the genetically obtained mental abilities interact with the social environment, it can shape the personality types of the people. Also, I think that gender and sexual orientation can influence how people perceive themselves. The nature of how people perceive themselves is useful in shaping their personality. For example, I have grown in the Chinese culture and lifestyle that encourages an independence. Thus, I am likely to grow up and look for a job to live my life. In contrast, a child growing up in China is expected to think like members of a family that limit their family needs.
In spite of all, within my Chinese society, there are exists the diverse cultures have some similarities to growing the formation of the personality types. The boys and girls are usually socialized in a different aspect in the societies. The differences in personality would be critical in understanding the interests for the environment to operate in different person. They can obtain the diverse messages among the parents and other persons. For example, I think the boys are usually allowed to take part in risky physical activities, whereas the girls are advised to take part in domestic activities and assist in child rearing. When young children deviate from these universal ways, they are usually marginalized. Finally, I feel people shares different personality traits within the Chinese society and family members. Such aspect is attributable to the socialization processes including parenting and education. Many people adopt the rules and biases depending on their cultures. Thus, I think the different cultures and social norms are useful in shaping the personality types.
In summary, the formation of personality types depends on the impacts of the diverse social and cultural experiences. The understanding of culture as shared norms and values among people makes it useful in the shaping up of personality types. Personality develops the beliefs of individuals and researchers have determined that personality characteristics influence environmental practices. The differences in gender impact on the personality traits on a person’s element within the society. In terms of the social influences and impacts, the personality types were critical developing underlying traits to reinforce the traits of the people. The parents also play other roles in shaping the personality development of the children. The parents could be mediators influencing the involvement of the children with their peers and taking part in external activities. People shares different personality traits with other community and family members.