Human awareness increase can be influenced by surrounding factors. Individual character development can be linked to external and internal features.
Ongoing acquaintance, inborn psychological organization, and events are some of the factors that shape personalities. Individuality is a structured mixture of qualities, intentions, principles, and actions distinctive to a person. Exposure to diverse influences develops personality traits. Human characteristics are subject to their surroundings such as an individual’s upbringing. The environment greatly sways an individual to adapt specific traits unique to the surrounding factors.
Psychosocial enhancement in men and women differ with each gender’s specific approach. Males and females contrast significantly in conduct, delights, and outlook. With few exceptions, traits differ among males and females irrespective of the society. Identity adaptation is shaped in the early life years. A global society formation trend and customs reveal psychosocial development diversity. Community background can influence personality development of both genders.
A person’s immediate environment has a direct effect on moral fiber development. Women develop feminine personalities based on what they observe other women doing. The learning trend applies to men as well. However, variation exists in what sequence each gender applies to develop personality identity. Males increase in personality growth systematically as opposed to the simultaneous approach by women. The haphazard system applied by female’s results in a mixed identity outcome.
Juggling between relationships and career is an example of the identity uncertainty in females.
Hypothesis: If personality maturity processes adapted by women between 20 and 40 years generate psychosocial development complexities and the procedure can be altered to reduce the impediments then young women can have better personality identification. Sexual category personalities result from an individual’s notion of self.
Hypotheses on female and male personality trends have been proposed. One observation concluded that females sought refuge in their mothers based on gender similarity. Dependency nature exhibited by females prompted a belief of an attachment tendency. In contrast, males were perceived as detached and discrete. A related theory suggested that impersonation developed individual identity in the society. Some scholars concluded that gender identity development differed with growth phases.
Women are more likely to be influenced by society especially on family matters. Scholars have established that female attachment personality lured them to imitate what they observed in society. During early life developmental stages, teenagers encounter personality traits that they analyze. The youngsters later combine the characteristics into a personality.
The amalgamated attributes are used to develop a sense of self. Nevertheless, personality conviction may be developed slower in females as compared to males. Lack of self confidence has led women to adapt identities slower than their male counterparts.
Uncertainty in females might be caused by their dependency nature. A sluggish pace in personality identification results into complications at later stages in life. Females experience identity crisis more often than males especially on confidence.
A cross-sectional research method will be used to investigate if personality development difficulties exist in young women. A descriptive study of the relationship between age and identity responsiveness in females will be conducted.
Variables to be investigated include; individual anguish, personality self-assurance, and authority of self-belief. Childhood background is to be considered as an independent factor. To assist in the study three cohorts of females aged between 20-30 years, 31-40 years, and 41-60 years will be interviewed.
Unstructured questionnaires will be used to conducted interrogations. Uncontrolled processes from surveillance to questioning and individual testimonies will be applied. Major focus is on individuals and their opinions.
Participants will be randomly selected from an organization of choice. An initial briefing on the research expectations will be conducted by use of introductory notes. At the end of data analysis, the outcome will be communicated to the participants using emails and letters.
Data collection from an established group such as an institution or organization is to be utilized in the study. Information ought to be gathered from predetermined female cohorts. Samples of 20 females from each cohort will be issued with questionnaires thus a total of 60 females will participate. Females aged between 41-60 years are assumed to have identified their personalities and will be used as the control group.
Females between 20 and 40 years will act as the experimental group.
A qualitative study method will be applied to collect and analyze information. Variables to be evaluated include personality confidence, assurance, and anguish. Tables and charts are used to represent response data. Prior to a quantitative evaluation, data is labeled into classes based on parallels and variations.
Graphs and pie charts will be used to display data analysis.
Materials required for the research include stationary, questionnaires, and carrier bags for the materials. Research activities will be carried out by the investigator. To minimize the costs, the research will be limited to a specified quantifiable area.
A total of 5,910 $ (five thousand nine hundred and ten dollars) will be used in the study. Table 1. Research budget MaterialAmountUnit price ($)Total cost ($)10 page Questionnaires100033000Stationary (writing pads, pens, pencils, and erasers)100 writing pads 100 pencil packets 100 pens 80 erasers7 5 8 2700 500 800 160Bags5015750Grand Total5,910