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Social Interest

A key component of Adler’s theory is what he calls “social interest.” He maintains that social interest is an important criterion for a healthy personality. Adler also talks about inferiority and compensation in his theory of personality.

On the basis of your understanding on “social interest,” discuss the following:

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  • Write about a public figure from popular culture, such as politics, movies, or television.
  • Explain how social interest is or was a factor in his or her personality development.
  • Explain how factors such as inferiority and compensation are displayed in your subject’s personality.

Support your responses with examples. Cite any sources in APA format.

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Rubric Assessment

Rubric Total Score Total Score of SUO Discussion Rubric (80 Points) – Version 1.2, / 80 * This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table. Response No Submission 0 points Emerging (F-D: 1-27) 27 points Satisfactory (C: 28-31) 31 points Proficient (B: 32-35) 35 points Exemplary (A: 36-40) 40 points Criterion Score Quality of Initial Posting

No initial posting exists to evaluate.

The information provided is inaccurate, not focused on the assignment’s topic, and/or does not answer the question(s) fully. Response demonstrates incomplete understanding of the topic and/or inadequate preparation.

The information provided is accurate, giving a basic understanding of the topic(s) covered. A basic understanding is when you are able to describe the terms and concepts covered. Despite this basic understanding, initial posting may not include complete development of all aspects of the assignment.

The information provided is accurate, displaying a good understanding of the topic(s) covered. A good understanding is when you are able to explain the terms and topics covered. Initial posting demonstrates sincere reflection and addresses most aspects of the assignment, although all concepts may not be fully developed.

The information provided is accurate, providing an in-depth, well thought-out understanding of the topic(s) covered. An in-depth understanding provides an analysis of the information, synthesizing what is learned from the course/assigned readings.Score of Quality of Initial Posting, / 40 * This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table. Participation No Submission 0 points Emerging (F-D: 1-13) 13 points Satisfactory (C: 14-16) 16 points Proficient (B: 17-18) 18 points Exemplary (A: 19-20) 20 points Criterion Score Participation in Discussion

No responses to other classmates were posted in this discussion forum.

May include one or more of the following: *Comments to only one other student’s post. *Comments are not substantive, such as just one line or saying, “Good job” or “I agree. *Comments are off topic.

Comments to two or more classmates’ initial posts but only on one day of the week. Comments are substantive, meaning they reflect and expand on what the other student wrote.

Comments to two or more classmates’ initial posts on more than one day. Comments are substantive, meaning they reflect and expand on what the other student wrote.

Comments to two or more classmates’ initial posts and to the instructor’s comment (if applicable) on two or more days. Responses demonstrate an analysis of peers’ comments, building on previous posts. Comments extend and deepen meaningful conversation and may include a follow-up question.Score of Participation in Discussion, / 20 * This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table. Writing No Submission 0 points Emerging (F-D: 1-13) 13 points Satisfaction (C: 14-16) 16 points Proficient (B: 17-18) 18 points Exemplary (A: 19-20) 20 points Criterion Score Writing Mechanics (Spelling, Grammar, Citation Style) and Information Literacy

No postings for which to evaluate language and grammar exist.

Numerous issues in any of the following: grammar, mechanics, spelling, use of slang, and incomplete or missing citations and references. If required for the assignment, did not use course, text, and/or outside readings (where relevant) to support work.

Some spelling, grammatical, and/or structural errors are present. Some errors in formatting citations and references are present. If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for initial post but not comments to other students. Sources include course/text readings but outside sources (when relevant) include non-academic/authoritative, such as Wikis and .com resources.

Minor errors in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in the initial posting are present. Minor errors in formatting citations and references may exist. If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for both the initial post and some of the comments to other students. Sources include course and text readings as well as outside sources (when relevant) that are academic and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov Web sites, professional organization Web sites, cases, statutes, or administrative rules).

Minor to no errors exist in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in both the initial post and comments to others. Formatting of citations and references is correct. If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for both the initial post and the comments to other students. Sources include course and text readings as well as outside sources (when relevant) that are academic and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov Web sites, professional organization Web sites, cases, statutes, or administrative rules).Score of Writing Mechanics (Spelling, Grammar, Citation Style) and Information Literacy, / 20 *

Overall Score

Overall Score

No Submission0 points minimumThere was no submission for this assignment.

Emerging (F to D Range)1 point minimumSatisfactory progress has not been met on the competencies for this assignment.

Satisfactory (C Range)56 points minimumSatisfactory progress has been achieved on the competencies for this assignment.

Proficient (B Range)64 points minimumProficiency has been achieved on the competencies for this assignment.

Exemplary (A Range)72 points minimumThe competencies for this assignment have been mastered.Close

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