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SOC 201 Lecture 1

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SOC 201 Lecture 1 SOC 201

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These notes cover the first lecture on 8/29/16
Social Psychology
Dr. Amanda Garrison
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Maddy Nogar on Wednesday September 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 201 at Central Michigan University taught by Dr. Amanda Garrison in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see Social Psychology in Sociology at Central Michigan University.

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Date Created: 09/07/16
Lecture 1 Notes 8/29/16 Self (ves?)  Who we are depends on interactions (presentation of self)  Society drawn to “individuality” is toxic and problematic o Makes us forget about others   Problematic because we as people owe something to our society o We must exist with each other  RESPONSIBILITY  “without one another we would die”  people inherently want control in interactions with others  affect: inarticulate things, how something makes us feel o makes us learn and grow  “myself” / “I’m afraid to be myself” o expressions vs. impressions  antipathy: against feeling towards something o suppress, forget, ignore  we don’t know who we are until we interact  Performance  Different identities o Ex: drag (illusion of gender)  Advertisements o Perform to an audience to achieve their goal  We check one another in society  We have fear in our expressions to other people   Use deception to convince others that we are who we are trying to make them believe we  are   IDENTITY IS NOT REAL: created by us, partly by society, as a way to control and  have power


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