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Community and Family Studies

40 Pages HSC - Higher School Certificate Year 11 Complete Study Notes Year: Pre-2017

Core 1: individuals and groups WELLBEING Wellbeing = the state where you feel generally satisfied and happy with what is happening in your life. It is related to whether or not your needs are being met. Wellbeing is measured according to your ability to cope (resilience) with and adjust to change, self-confidence, self-esteem and per acceptance Social Physical Emotional Economic Cultural Spiritual Social = Interaction with people - Friendships - Relationships - Privacy, seclusion from others Physical = - Food - Clothing - Shelter - Medical care - Sleep - Exercise Emotional = Relates to feelings - Attachment/bonding - Love and affection - Self-esteem - Independence Economic = Concerned with money or financial gain - Salary from work - Investments - Credit - Stocks/shares - Knowledge and skill Cultural = An identification with a particular nation or ethnic group - Language - Dance - Dress Spiritual = Having a sense of connection with god or nature - Church - Youth group - Music, dance, art - Determining your purpose or philosophy of life Physical wellbeing = to understand what can make our body most efficient and effective, as well as the ability to recognize and respect our own limitations. Opposite of physical wellbeing = the body working below it’s capacity Emotional wellbeing = to recognize, understand, experience and express a full range of emotions Opposite of emotional wellbeing = not being able to understand your emotions therefore not fixing something wrong resulting in unhealthy behaviors Financial wellbeing = about money, being able to make informed decision making, learning to use money wisely and discovering how to reasonably save and plan for the future Opposite of financial wellbeing = not being able to make informed decisions or plan for the future resulting in not attaining a gratifying lifestyle Social wellbeing = The ability to interact successfully within a community and throughout a variety of cultural contexts while showing respect for others and ourselves. It requires the skills to communicate, resolve conflicts, transcend differences, and provide leadership in the community. (Relationships, social support networks & community engagement) Opposite of social wellbeing = Not being able to interact successfully within a community or being able to acquire the skills to communicate, resolve or provide leadership Spiritual wellbeing = Living in the present moment, reflecting on our past, finding meaning and purpose to life and our place, choosing actions that are consistent with our personal beliefs and values, finding overall peace, harmony and happiness with your surroundings, feeling a sense of purpose and meaning in the world Opposite of spiritual wellbeing = Not finding meaning or purpose in life resulting in choosing actions that aren’t consistent with your beliefs and values PICK TOP 3 FACTORS IN A SENARIO QUESTION What is the opposite to wellbeing? Not being able to meet the standards in which to feel generally satisfied and happy with what is happening in your life How do people describe wellbeing? A state in which you feel a degree of satisfaction with all aspects in your life and having your needs being met Why might there be different understandings of wellbeing? Different values and morals with change one’s perception on what needs and wants are required to have a good sense of wellbeing What is the effect that someone’s own wellbeing have on the wellbeing of the group to which they belong? A person’s wellbeing may have a positive or negative impact as their choices may or may not be accepted by the group in which they belong NEEDS & WANTS Safety & security Health Education Sense of identity Employment Access to adequate Standard of living Needs = The necessities of life – those things we require in order to survive and to be physically and mentally healthy - Food - Water - Safety - Acceptance Wants = Things that people desire to have but are not essential for survival - Cars - Television - Holidays

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