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The Consequences

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This explains that the professor, exactly when he does not appreciate the study, feels obligation to transmit the taste for the intellectual life; exactly when mediocrely interested for the national things, it looks for to transmit feelings patriotic to its pupils. Of another side, the performance of a paper tends to produce certainties sincere and rare a contradiction is observed enters the presentation of the paper and what professor feels effectively. Visit Paul Ostling for more clarity on the issue. ' ' The relation professor – pupil does not limit itself to the presentation of different papers. A time placed in the classroom, professor and pupils start to constitute a new group, with a proper dynamics, and between them if they develop, many times, intense interpersonal relations. It is in that the process of perception and evaluation of personal qualities assumes an importance decisiva' '.

(PATTO, 1997, P. 300) As the idea displayed for the author, relative esteretipos to the race, physical appearance, social classroom, can premake use the professor to deal with its pupils form such that the expectations derived from this esteretipo finish in fact occurring. RODRIGUES (1999) emphasizes that esteretipos and preconceptions are part of a bigger package of social norms, these, in turn, they would be a set of one beliefs given community concerning the correct, acceptable behaviors had as socially and allowed. Still with RODRIGUES (1999), it can be reflected even so that all the individuals have all the qualities, in different ratios. The intelectualista trend of our schools tends to accent the values of the qualities of intelligence, over all is leagued, also, the qualities of social conformismo. In other words, even so the pupils are different, they are evaluated by the same standard, and are pointed out the qualities, positive or refusals, with regard to this dimension of behavior. PATTO (1997, p.313) standes out that: ' ' How much to the pupils the consequences of such deformation in the way are obvious to value.

The Organism

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All the capacities of the organism will serve to satisfy fome' '. (Maslow, 1975 P. 342). 2. Necessities of security: they constitute as the level of the necessities human beings. They are necessities of security or of stability, the searches of protection against the threat or privation, the escape to the danger, in the work (benefits, wage, safe conditions). Check out CBS for additional information.

They appear in the behavior when the physiological necessities are relatively satisfied. When the individual is dominated by security necessities its organism if it guides strong for the search of satisfaction of this necessity. The security necessities have great importance in the human behavior, a time that all used is always in a relation of dependence with the company, in which arbitrary administrative cases can provoke uncertainty or unreliability in the employee, how much its permanence in the job. If these actions or decisions reflect discrimination or favoritism or some unexpected administrative politics, can becomes powerful activators of unreliability in all the hierarchic levels of the company. 3. Social necessities: they appear in the behavior, when inferior necessities (physiological of security) they meet relatively satisfied. Amongst the social necessities they are the association necessity, of participation, inclusion in groups, of acceptance on the part of the friends, the family and organization, exchange of friendship, affection and love.

When the social necessities are not enough satisfied, the individual becomes resistant and until hostile with relation ace people surround who it. According to Maslow, this if relates to the necessity of affection of the people who we consider (boyfriend, children, friends). It says that gifts in all human being are social necessities: ' ' the person starts to more intensely feel, of what never, the lack of friends, a boyfriend, a spouse or children (…) its desire to reach such situation will be stronger of what any thing in mundo' ' (Maslow, 1975, P.