Social Psychology and Fabrication: A Synthesis of Individuals, Society, and Organization

Social Psychology and Fabrication: A Synthesis of Individuals, Society, and Organization

Ansar Abbas, Muhammad Saud, Dian Ekowati, Fendy Suhariadi
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6960-3.ch005
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This chapter aims to review the current debate on and investigate individual behavior and confidence in leaders and organizations. This is done through content analysis on recent studies on leadership, social psychology, and the characteristics of individuals, society, and organizations. This study proposes a model to discuss cognitive, human involvement, personality traits, and social fabrics. The current debate's significant contributions alert organizations and individuals (leaders) about human development and social transmission in social change. Some primary challenges have been discussed, such as employees' perception of the organization, managerial styles, socio-psychological and cognitive development. The chapter argues that the social cognitive theory's lens can enrich individuals, society, and organizations to reach future research suggestions.
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Background Of The Study

Models of Capacity Building explains how historical inequality and injustice have affected native cultures, resulting in creating a social change tradition within the social system. Social cognitive theory is used to better understand context-making in social situations and then serves as a foundation for further investigation of social life in a group or organizational structures, shared beliefs, and how meaning clarifies symbolic interaction. In the research, the evolving role of the social fabric from a social cognitive perspective amid distancing and division with a social rebuilding process has been defined.

Focus of the Study

The focus of American psychology over social economics has been given the primary role of learning in philosophical behaviorism. It is not exceptional for the subject of agile and readiness perspectives to be central to psychology nowadays. The attention is typically placed on what people are experiencing as social representatives due to standard perceived change.

Purpose of the Study

Human transactions involve situational incentives, but they do not function as determining forces. Individuals may decide to act generously or act inversely by using their cognitive power in the same situation intentionally. Intentions and deeds are various aspects of a time-separated functional relationship. Therefore, it is essential to learn about self-motivating purposes that influence the prospects of action at a forthcoming time.

Justification of the Study

The presented framework covers various adult learning issues, for instance, current personality, self-representation, and environmental influence over cognition cognitive wisdom collective cultural support, which is subject to stability and change in the organization. The factors commonly create a particular social fabric, which in terms of both institutional economy and complex dynamics, structures can be considered in a holistic view.

Significance of the Study

The framework will supply an insightful view and contribute to the human development evolutionary component and includes social transition and transformation and the change from psychological dispositions and integrated person-in-environment in parallel systems. Human development aspects, such as sharing views about organizations, management styles, finding homogenous social, psychological, ethical, or religious agents, training, cognitive developments, and resistance to change and formal results and inflexibility.

Key Terms in this Chapter

Multicultural Apects: A synthesis of human identities such as religion, culture, race, and gender.

Learning: Human ability to acquire new understanding, knowledge, or behavior by self-preference.

Social Psychology: A scientific term to explain the learned behavior of people in the presence of others.

Social Cognition: The learning behavior of humans from social situations, interactions, and observed change.

Social Fabric: It is a relationship type and connection between humans that connect them with communities.

Cognitive Abilities: Are human skills of learning, remembering, and problem-solving ability to use rather than actual knowledge.

Individuals: A distinct identity and state of quality of being a person. Distinct or like others

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