Lecture 2 Notes
Lecture 2 Notes SOC 201
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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 3 views. For similar materials see Social Psychology in Sociology at Central Michigan University.
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Date Created: 09/07/16
Lecture 2 9/7/16 Discussion on the Introduction chapter of “Presentation of Self In Everyday Life” Pretenders o Expressions how do we show our knowing? o SI (Symbolic Interactionists) Closeness and responses or interactions o The way we interact is contextual o People around you determine you (your confidence, emotions, etc.) Do this by what they see and tell you We have marks to our interactions and our body language “social presence”: o impressions: what is interpreted o expressions: what is given off o Persona/ personality Being and identity (root of being) o We have selfish interactions to control situations Manipulation of social interactions o Necessary in order to have interactions with a person o “that’s not what I meant…” usually in response to a remark, stated as a recovery o We have more control over our words than our expressions o Money is a corrupter of our interactions o Impressions are part of predictability First impressions are just observations Most of the time these are wrong Tone of voice and facial expressions affect impressions Short speaking vs. passionate tones o Cannot be shown in text unless specifically written in o If you do not know someone, they may not understand your verbal cues Ex: tones of voice, sarcasm
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