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Iv) Altruistic Occupations Finally there is a small group of subjects, 5 per cent, who choose as their models people whose occupation has some element of glamour, but which is predominantly altruistic in emphasis. Among the boys an ambulance driver and surgeon are included. Among the girls some profession to help others, for example, child care, nursing or veterinary surgeon is mentioned. The following examples of two girls, aged 17, gives a picture of such altruistic sentiments. â I think I should like to be someone who helps others in trouble.

Previous page page_133 next page >  < previous page page_134 next page > Page 134 â I would like to be so many girls in the way they dress, behave and enjoy themselves. ) â My friend is always ready to do anything and is extremely interesting and vivaciousâ ¦nearly 18, attractiveâ ¦she will talk to anyone about anything and does not mind making a fool of herself if she says anything wrong. ) â I would very much like to be like my friend Joan who is 45 years oldâ ¦. When I first encountered my friend on the station one cold windy day I was not particularly interested in getting to know more about her.

A final quotation illustrates something of the mental processes which this invitation to introspect called forth, in many of those in this category: â Itâ s funny when you are asked to sit down and write an essay on who you would like to be like, you find you donâ t find it as good as you thoughtâ ¦. ) (ii) Other People as Models (a) Family Of the 127 subjects who wish to be like someone other than themselves, very few choose a member of their family, only 2 boys and 7 girls (against this must be laid the number of â contentedâ subjects who pay tribute to parents and other members of their families).

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