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What are Values and Attitudes (in Hindi)
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Lesson is about the basic concept of values.

Randeep sandhu
I'm a UPSC aspirant, teacher, counselor and a motivational speaker.working with aspirants to overcome their emotional& psychological probs.

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Thank you so much ma'am for making such an amazing practice sets. Happy Holi ma'am.
Beautifuly explained mam
Randeep sandhu
a year ago
thank you.. I hope you were able to connect with the lesson.
great job mam ...very easy to understand
great job mam ...very easy to understand
great job mam ...very easy to understand
  1. ETHICS AND HUMAN INTERFACE GS IV- UPSC Basic concept of Values and Attitude WHAT ARE VALUES WHAT ARE ATTITUDES ATTRIBUTES OF VALUES VALUES INFLUENCE BEHAVIOUR CLASSIFICATION OF VALUES


  2. Our behavior outside is the reflection of our Values within, which we radiate outwards through our action and deeds. Ethics in practice are derived and flow from Values in the being


  3. What are values? The worth we allocate to something is called Value. Values are defined as the principles and ideals that helps us in making judgment of what is more important. Values are abstract and global Values orient us to a specific action Values are not tied to specific object


  4. When values get tied to an object Dear Goo, hank youfor the treats we are abou to racevel Attitude


  5. What are Attitudes An Attitude refers to a set of emotions, beliefs, and behaviors toward a particular object, person, thing, or event


  6. Values have two attributes Content Attribute Intensity Attribute Describes what is important Describes how much is it important Self ctualixation Esteem Belonging, Love Safety Physiological


  7. Values Influence Behavior 0. Inconsistency between Values and Behavior Conflict


  8. Classification of Values Intrinsic Values Are Values that are valued purely for itself. Generally, Physiological/ Biological determined values are considered as Intrinsic values. An object with intrinsic value may be regarded as an end or in (Kantian terminology) end in -itself


  9. Terminal values Which refers to desirable end- states of existence. Those are the goals that a person would like to achieve during his or her lifetime. For e.g. sense of accomplishment, family security, self respect


  10. Are valued because they are a means to achieve some other end which in turn is more important Instrumental values