Baloch Students Action committee Uthal Unit conducted its Study circle on the topic “ABC model of Attitude”Which was thoroughly lectured by Shakir Manzoor.
The lecture was iniated as a inter actively session in which the title of topic was discussed and illustrated comprehensively.
A.affection,B..behaviour and C..cognitive approaches. Moreover,affection generates emotions,
behavioral creates reaction and cognition creates thinking and ideology.Same like that psychologically,these factors are prime to do something.
In addition, the establishment of socialisation and attitudes were defined including,
Primary institutions, such as family .
Secondary, society, education,politics,media,economics and religious.It means that socialisation played an immense role for the understanding and reformation of the attitude and behaviour of an individual.
Further, superstructure and its influences were discussed including colonial mentality and structuralism that planned to desocialised and destructuralised the human psyche.Similarly some related theories, books and other ideologies were referenced and mentioned within the lecture including,philosophy,politics, revolution and social phenomena.in which marx lenin,Antoine Gramchi,Paulo Freire, Fyodor Dostoevsky and Rousseau etc.
On the other hand the deciphered and creativless mind of our people are considered as approach of colonialism, orientalism ,structuralism and so on.
At the last these outcomes compelled us toward self-actualization and self-realization for the understanding a real and actual concept beyond it.
Later some psychological impacts were glanced like,Primary school of thoughts such as , materialistic personality, chief ideology etc. And secondary phenomena comprised idealistic approaches such as nationalism, humanism and better track etc.
At the last of lecture questions and answers were continued to end the session.
Baloch Students Action Committee is a Student political organization that aims to work for the betterment of Education in Balochistan and politicizing the youth