Prisma Pokharel, 16, Nepal, Public Speaker
Topic: How to build socio- perspective
Hi everyone! I am Prisma Pokharel, a 16-year-old teenager from Nepal speaking in front of you to give a presentation on the theme of socio perspective. I’d like the thank the Glocal team for giving me this wonderful opportunity to share my views on this topic.
Our perspective depends upon various things and is shaped by different things around our society. Before I move on to the details of my presentation, I’d like to define what society and socio perspective are. A society is a group of individuals involved in persistent social interaction, or a large social group sharing the same geographical or social territory, typically subject to the same political authority and dominant cultural expectations. Likewise, socio perspective is a perspective on human behavior and its connection to society as a whole.
I’d like to explain the concept of socio perspective by dividing my presentation into three sections. In these three sections I’d like to explain three things and they are: Hierarchy of Life, Personal Development and Cultural development.
Let’s talk about hierarchy of life. Hierarchy means how a child grows up to be an adult and then slowly becomes old and completes his life. Our life has different stages. The first stage is Infancy, then we have the confusing stage where young people are often confused and curious about everything. Then, we have the learning phase and subsequently, we have the activist phase. Next phase is habituated phase and then there is passive phase. Among all of these stages, let’s talk about the activist phase which ranges from 13 to 35 years. I believe most of us here fall under this age group. This is the stage where we create something and make changes in the society. The activist phase is also the stage where we build up our socio perspective to lead a better life.
Talking about personal development, it is an important aspect of building socio perspective. The responsibility of development falls upon us. I have jotted down some of the key features of personal development. They are development of positivity, self-esteem, communication skills, planning, leadership and management. In order to truly gain a perspective, we need to look into ourselves and develop ourselves first. We need to instill positivity in us build important skills necessary to to gain the outlook we need in life.
Finally, cultural identity is another key aspect of socio-perspective. Exchange of our culture and values is important to identify ourselves and among others as well. This kind of exchange leads to learning and help people know about diverse and rich culture surrounding us. We can truly gain perspective of our society when we understand cultural identity of different people in our society.
So, to gain socio perspective we need to understand the hierarchy of life, develop ourselves personally and grasp our and others cultural identity. With this, I’d like to end my presentation. Thank you everyone for your patience!