Title

The Self-Esteem Theory of Lilburn S. Barksdale: A Critical Perspective

Publication Date

1978

Degree

Master of Arts (MA)

Committee or Advisor Chair

Donald J. Mastriano, Ed.D.

Committee Members

Douglas C. Bowman, Ph.D.

Lilburn S. Barksdale

Keywords

self-esteem, self-esteem theory, Barksdale, transpersonal psychology, awareness, human behavior

Disciplines

Human Factors Psychology | Psychology | Sociology | Transpersonal Psychology

Abstract

This paper will explore the self-esteem theory of Lilburn S. Blarksdale. My reasons for choosing this subject as the topic of my thesis are not only academic, but also personal: Barksdale's theory has increased the quality of my life and has fundamentally altered in a positive way my outlook on life and my interpersonal relationships. The theory which Barksdale propounds, and the workshop program designed to increase self-esteem in which the theory is embedded, have had an immense emotional impact upon me.

Comments

Department: Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology

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