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Psych Week 3 Notes

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Psych Week 3 Notes 1000

SC_Kara Beemer
General Psychology
Dennis Miller

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Date Created: 09/16/15
Rural Sociology Week 3 Symbolic Interaction Society viewed as ongoing interaction using symbols 0 Micro in focus 0 Shared meanings arise from interaction amp interpretation 0 Everyday encounters 0 Self awareness amp re exivity o Critique ignores the in uence of structure o If looking at families look at how family members interact with each other not at other in uences in their life EX religion 0 Symbol a thing that stands for another thing Language system of sounds and gures that we attach to a meaning 0 quotDogquot means Lassie Marley etc 0 Three main premises Herbert Blumer 1 Meanings that people create amp how they act towards them 2 Interactions with other people 3 Meanings modi ed through interpretations as people deal with what they encounter How are people constructing social reality Max Weber Verstehen German for understanding 0 To understand society you must understand motivation o Subjective motivation Weber s Social Actions 1 TraditionDriven done because of how it s been done before 2 Affectionate result of emotional response 3 Valuerational guided by codes of conductrules careful and thought out 4 Instrumentalrational result oriented action means to end don t care how get to the end point Social Construction 0 How we create meanings through social interactions with others 0 Language amp symbols are fundamentally human 0 What does something actually mean 0 How does that meaning change 0 Attaching meaning 1 Categorize things divide into parts 2 Name categories attach symbol 3 Characterizing what are those parts like 0 Categories of Social Construction 0 ANIMALS food pets pests transport endangered Rural Sociology Week 3 o RACES white black 0 GENDER man woman trans etc 0 OTHER colors religion deviance time ruralurban


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