Effects of being Sociable


The effects of being sociable have enlightened the perspective on how essential it is to be aware of community’s interactions. It measures a combination of education, income, and livelihood in relations to socioeconomic. The mind is overwhelming by individuals participating in a social or a class group of poverty, lower education, and income leading to the socioeconomic inequality. Can being sociable, an excuse to get away from home? Or can it be a way of developing good morals?

People are being exposed to poverty which allows the mind to think critically that can be stressful. Therefore, the mind characterized individuals behavior and mental process to have a significant impact on the community. How your experience is applied is a form of self-management and improvement or beliefs and human dignity.

The Socioeconomic Status explains, “the overall human functioning: our physical and mental health, the neighborhoods in which we live, our daily activities, and our access to resources. The effects can be observed across the life span. Variance in socioeconomic status, such as disparities in the distribution of wealth, income, and access to resources, mitigate social problems. Low SES and its correlates, such as lower education, poverty, and poor health, ultimately affect our society as a whole. Society benefits from an increased focus on the foundations of socioeconomic inequalities. Efforts to reduce the deep gaps in socioeconomic status is currently observed in the United States and abroad. Behavioral and other social science professionals posses the tools necessary to study. They identify strategies that could alleviate these disparities at both individual and societal level,”(American Psychological Association)

  • The study of human behavior and well-being in relation to the socio-physical environment (Stokols & Altman, 1987).
  • Branch of Psychology concerned with providing a systematic account of the relationship between a person and the environment (Russell & Snodgrass, 1987).
  • The study of the relationships between behavior & the built & natural environments (Bell, Fisher, Baum, Greene, 1996).

Society has changed in many ways that increase pressure on children and compromise their childhoods. Statistics of the National Kids Polls rated 875 children were surveyed,  ages nine to thirteen about what cause them to stress and in what ways did they  adapt. The source was astonishing shocking because school was related at 36%, stress in the family was 32%, and peer related stress were 21% with friends, gossip, and teasing last identified in 2010 of the Reclaiming Children and Youth Article (Linda Lantieri and Madhavi Nambiar).

 The assessments were based upon reactions and psychological negativity to their acceptance of seeking and cultivating with the neighborhood. This create a society of acceptance into a group or gang. Allowing the consumption and violence associated with socioeconomic inequality.  It’s essential to improve the child-teacher relationship as well as the mother-child relationship. The understanding in perusing social development according to statistics (Kathryn A. Kerns).  This relationship depends on what role is played in the child’s life.

John Dryden Quote “first we make our habits then our habits make us”….

My observation to the effects of being sociable is, “You’re a reflection of your own experiences as an individual.” What type of decisions you make today can affect you in the future? Can you honestly say that life great expectations are what you make of it?

Works Cited

American Pyschological Association. Violence & Socioeconomic Status. publication. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2012.

Kathryn A. Kerns, Josefina M. Contreras, Angela M. Neal-Barnett. “Link between Adult and peer relationship.” Kathryn A. Kerns, Josefina M. Contreras, Angela M. Neal-Barnett. Family and Peers: Linking Two Social Worlds. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000. 267.

Linda Lantieri and Madhavi Nambiar. “Cultivating the Social, Emotional and Inner Lives of Children.” PDF. 2012.

Science & Philosophy: Reason to Retrovirus . Practical Reason and Theoretical -The types of Reasoning. 2012.


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