SELF-AWARENESS AND BEHAVIOUR WITHIN SOCIAL STRUCTURES
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The article closely reviews the structural components of self-awareness – self-observation, self-analysis, and self-control. A connection has been made between an individuals’ self-awareness, their past and future and their potential at present. The importance of the value system to an individual’s morals and conscience has been analysed, as well as the way they react in different situations. Self-awareness is also reviewed in terms of laws governing the order followed by social processes. In conclusion, a set of ten rules has been synthesized which might be helpful in the pursuit of self-control and self-analysis.