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JCR. 2020; 7(17): 491-497


Individual Social and Character Awareness Development

Ali Idrus, M. Harun Alrasyid, Dalmeri, AA Hubur, Samsul Susilawati.

Abstract
Individual and social terms are often used to imply that individualistic habituation and social
development reflect two distinct and opposite patterns of growth. Conversely, growth in one field will
encourage other fields, for example building a sense of self-worth. This is a series of progress towards social
values that are recognized for participating in desired social activities. Not only does the individuals learn to
gain satisfaction, but also while increases the ability to manage their own affair. Thus, the more consistent the
pattern of regard behavior to the own welfare and towards others, then this is what will ultimately shape the
character. If we examine the social development of children from birth, we will know that they will actually
position themselves as individual among other individuals as well as they can oppose and can also work
together, they can also obey or not. In dealing with family, friends, loyalty to the group, and their contribution to
the cultural pattern at the time, those are the seeds of social adjustment and planned character formation which
will eventually grow in a sustainable manner. If properly guided, it will create useful human beings.

Key words: Social, Character, Awareness, Development.



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