Chapter 4 Values of Interpretation for Management
Chapter 4 Values of Interpretation for Management REC 465
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Interpretive Skills Children- are a good audience, open to new experiences o Drawbacks Have a lot of energy Issues with parent participation Can reign in energy Teenagers- need an intellectual challenge so they are willing to listen and need to be included socially Adults- 3 factors- time, physical energy, and emotional energy o Time they come will determine energy level o Who they come with o Try to keep it challenging o Respect time and energy constraints o Don’t need constant direction, but gentle guiding is okay Older adults- slow movement, hearing and vision loss o Be careful when addressing hearing and vision loss o They have more time and emotional energy o Expect contradictions - don’t take offense BE ABLE TO IMPROVISE! Gender Differences o Be sure to look at both points of view historically Civil War- Confederate and Union Women WW1 vs WW2- war vs. home life Disabilities o Inclusion- find ways for people with disabilities to participate Skaters, Strollers, Studiers! Skaters- speed through exhibits- moving fast Strollers- focus more on one thing Studiers- take time, read everything, learn everything *allow them to choose their participation and provide various options for various interests* Change of Behaviors The goal is to change their beliefs which will change their behaviors Need to know how theories work -Elaboration Likelihood Model o Central route- deliver the interpretive message, let the participants evaluate your message and make a decision and then change their behaviors o Peripheral route Children- have a celebrity or mascot deliver the message, the participants will be brought to belief system through the mascot or celebrity Adults- present an authority figure delivering the message *convince enough of the group to change, and everyone will change their beliefs* -Self Perception Theory o Realization that the reason for change was due to the mascot or authority figure -Theory of Reasoned Action Personal beliefs Personal attitude Importance when Intentio Behavio identifying action n r Personal self awareness Subjective About what other groups think norm