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TED Talk

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Sammie Marema

on 19 January 2015

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Transcript of TED Talk

How We View It
When Did It Start?
When Do
They Form?

What's a Clique?
Our Morals:
Our Lifestyle:
How we see what other people do as moral or immoral actions
What type of topics do we gossip about?
Through the prism of our own minds
Egypt, Ancient Indian Cultures, Europe and so many more all over the world have examples of gossip.
Scrolls, tablets, and carvings tell stories of times long ago. Stories are Gossip. Some fictional, some true.
We use these "gossip" stories to learn about their culture and their past lives.
Instinct to Connect:
Finding your identity
& seek approval
TED Talk
By: Sammie Marema
Shows How We View
"When we hear something we think we can connect with, or someone else could, we share our new found information. We tell it how we see it, so it "goes through the prism of our own minds"
We connect with other people by sharing gossip.
We find and connect with our following or our cliques.
"A small group of people with shared interests or other features in common,
who spend time together and do not readily allow others to join them."
Each clique creates a social status and establishes some control over other groups.
Studies show that kids start rejecting and accepting people by kindergarten. By the ages of 8-10, distinct cliques are formed.
Our Connections
They demonstrate how people separate
based on their views of themselves
Do we actually belong as a: jock
prep, nerd, geek, burnout, goth,
freak, drama queen, ect? Why
do we label ourselves?
Makes us feel better about
our flaws seeing that others
have them, too. Maybe even
worse than our own. We
find compatibility.
It's Not Always A Negative
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