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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Transcript of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Miss Kenny Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Most basic--essential for survival
Must have this need at least partially satisfied before you can begin to think about anything else
Rest Security The feeling of being safe
Free of injustice
Environmental security Esteem Need for respect
Gain confidence and feel needed
Respect of others
Self-respect Love and Acceptance Involves emotionally-based relationships, sense of belonging
Receive this from family, friends, and other important people in our lives
warmth Self-Actualization Ultimate level of fulfillment and satisfaction
Drives you to develop full potential Physical Needs Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is normally displayed as a pyramid--you must start at the bottom. On each level is a type of need. Before you can advance to the next level, you must have your needs met on all previous levels.
For example, before you can have your love & belonging needs met, you must have met your security and physical needs. You cannot focus on those needs if you're concerned about not having any food or feeling unsafe in your home. Physical Needs: Housing Need for shelter
Location close to food and water
Storage of food and water
Used for preparation and eating of food How does this apply to housing? Security: Housing Safety from outside world
Feel safe and protected
Safe neighborhood Love and Acceptance: Housing Having own private place
Shows that others care about you
Shows that people have accepted you as part of a group Esteem: Housing Housing tells others about you
A clean, satisfying, attractive house can gain the respect and approval of others Self-Actualization: Housing Developed to your full potential
House is the place where one can move towards becoming their most capable self