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Social Interaction - Ch6

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Transcript of Social Interaction - Ch6

Social Interaction
http://www.deathreference.com/Bl-Ce/Cadaver-Experiences.html
In Class Activity Only

Remove shoes
Stand up & stretch
Rub stomach, pat head
Do the wave
What is your
status/role sets?
*Prezi may be updated
since recording.
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The Asch Experiment
ETHICAL DISSONANCE:
people judge ethically questionable behaviors of others more harshly and present themselves to others as virtuous and ultra-honest
The process by which people act/react in relation to others
Social Interaction
Humans rely on social structure
to make sense out of everyday
situations
Would Role Conflict Exist if people had
unlimited time & energy?
Master Status-
holds special importance
Social Construction
of Reality
Process by which people shape their reality through interaction

Thomas Theorem (aka: self fulfilling prophecy or learned helplessness)-situations defined as real become real

Ethnomethodology- study how people
make sense
of their surroundings and encounters
Goffman's Dramaturgical Analysis
Social interactions as theatrical performance
Presentation of Self="impression management"
Creating specific impressions in the minds of others
Role Performance- Includes stage settings, props, costumes, voice, gestures
Gender & Performance
Gender is a central element in personal performances
Construct performances to idealize intention
Idealize their motives for entering a careers
"I Don't Do It For the Money"
Everyone idealizes to some degree
Embarrassment & Tact
Discomfort following a spoiled performance
Is about "losing face"
Tact helps "save face"
Behavior more patterned than we think
Emotions: The Social Construction of Feeling
Biological- wired,
Fear, happiness,sadness, anger, disgust, surprise
Culture defines what triggers emotion
Companies typically try to regulate employees & their emotions
Not getting it means misunderstanding culture
Humor
Safety valve on sensitive topics
Conflict-put down jokes on various groups
Type in "Status" @:
http://www.visuwords.com
"Video 1- Bystander Effect"
Role Set - # of roles attached to single status.
Optional (not required)
Social Interaction
in Everyday Life
How Do you claim space in a public area?
Idealization
Language reflects reality
Power & Value
Consciousness Raising
Female pronouns & ownership
Adopting Husband's surname
Feminine terms more degrading than masculine ones
Gender &
Language
Humor
Lying
Are there gendered social situations?
Touching: Intimacy & Caring?
Smiling: pleasing or submissive?
Staring: encourages interaction
Use of Space: Power plays a key role
Demeanor: the way we act/carry ourselves
The Power of First Impressions - Heroic Imagination Project
Deer Crossing
Nick Vujicic
127 Hours Clp
Schindler's List Clip
Asch Experiment
Lunch Counter Prank
Japanese Train Station
Accidental Marriage - Heroic Project
Local Anchor - Accidental Poop
Anchor Man In Country Freak Out
Dude Where's My Car - Pancake Scene
Post Secret Clip
Obedience - Fire In Building Clip
Asch Experiment
Obedience - Fire In Building #2
Inappropriate Laughing
Should You Trust Your First Impression Ted EX
Is Unconventional
May violate cultural norms
tied to culture
not translated easily
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Role
Status
Role
Role
Role
ROLE CONFLICT
Brown / Blue Eye Experiment
You
Role
Status
Role
ROLE STRAIN
Over the 12 critical trials about 75% of participants conformed at least once and 25% of participant never conformed.

In the control group, with no pressure to conform to confederates, less than 1% of participants gave the wrong answer.
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