Open Access Graduate Research Paper
According to Faust (1980), there is no greater or more basic sign of safety or affirmation of personal survival beyond self-esteem. This author maintained that feeling lovable and accepting yourself are the most important underlying components to human behavior. It is Faust's (1980) belief that self-esteem guides every thought and act of all human beings through each waking and sleeping moment of their lives. However, what self-esteem is composed of or how it can be defined is a continuing debate.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
1 PDF file (30 leaves)
©1996 Kelly L. Luzum
Luzum, Kelly L., "Parenting practices effect on adolescent self-esteem" (1996). Graduate Research Papers. 2817.