World View: Personal Factors that Shape it


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World View: Personal Factors that Shape it
A world view is a personal perspective, values, ethics and emotions that shape how an individual or a society engages with the surrounding environment. World views shape how countries and political leaders engage with one another as well as decisions individuals make about their families and futures. Starkly different world views amongst individuals or nations have led to a number of atrocities which includes war and murder. Issues of world view have also torn apart families and had some people end marriages with divorce. There are a number of factors which shape’s an individual’s world view which includes religion, age, ethnicity and gender. That is not to say that a world view is fixed, but...
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.....en and men. I believe that as a woman my role will change when I get married and have children. According to my world view, as a parent and a mother, it is my responsibility to teach my children about their heritage and culture. I think that it is very important to have a strong understanding of self and culture in order to be a good parent and mother for my future children. For me, this is among the most important aspect of my world view. I understand that my world view is the cornerstone of my identity and shapes how I see the political, spiritual and social world. For me, it is very important to have a strong world view that is determined by a solid basis in religion and family in order to instill a strong world view in my future family.