kompetencje społeczne; komunikacja interpersonalna; teoria modelowania społecznego A. Bandury
Toruń : Wydawnictwo Adam Marszałek
D. Wosik-Kawala (red.), "Komunikacja i edukacja : ku synergiczności porozumiewania się" (S. 96-106). Toruń : Wydawnictwo Adam Marszałek
Learning social behavioural patterns is essentially, for every young person, learning from
Others. Particularly, in cases of little children, but also very oft en of adolescents, the process
follows the rule of imitating reactions, behavior, and of the way one elicits information.
All this takes place through imitation and observation, and the process is called modeling.
Th e role models are mostly people from child’s environment, the ones accepted unconditionally
and considered to be somehow signifi cant, or the ones with whom the contact
is perceived as attractive. Th e author focuses her attention on the issue of learning social
behavior via modeling as well as the roles important people/models (not only parents
but teachers and caregivers in particular) play in the process of such defi ned education.
Th is type of education should prepare a young person to communicate with the world
(both of information, as well as with a complex world of social interactions).