Lifestyle (social sciences)

Lifestyle is individual; the interests of a group or culture; opinions; attitudes and behavioral orientations.[1][2] The term was coined by Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler in his 1929 book, In The Case of Miss R. it was defined as "the basic character of a person early in childhood." The broader lifestyle as a "way of life or way of life" has been documented since 1961. Lifestyle is a combination of intangible or tangible determinants. Tangible factors relate to demographic changes; That is, although it relates to the demographic profiles of individuals. personal values; Factors unrelated to psychological aspects of individuals, such as preferences and attitudes. Rural environments have different lifestyles compared to urban areas. Even within urban areas, location matters. The nature of the neighborhood a person lives in affects the way they live, due to differences in neighborhood wealth and proximity to natural and cultural environments. for example, Areas close to the sea may often have a surfing culture or lifestyle.

Individual identity

Lifestyle is usually an individual's attitude; how to live life It reflects values ​​or worldview. Thus, lifestyle is a way to replicate the self and to create cultural symbols synonymous with self-identity. Not all aspects of lifestyle are voluntary. Social environments and technological systems can limit the lifestyle choices available to individuals and the symbols they can present to others and themselves.

In modern society, the lines between identity and everyday activities that signal a particular lifestyle have become blurred. for example, A "green lifestyle" means holding beliefs and engaging in activities that generate fewer resources and hazardous waste (ie, a smaller ecological footprint) and dedicating oneself to participating in these activities. In the new era, The foundation of lifestyle construction is consumption behavior; It is argued that it is consumption behavior that offers the possibility to create and individuate the self with different products or services that signal different ways of life.

Lifestyle is political; religion Health It can include views on intimacy and other things. All these aspects play a role in shaping one's lifestyle. [8] In the magazine and television industry, "lifestyle" is used to describe a type of publication or program.

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