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CALC Calculate the moment of inertia of a uniform solid

University Physics | 13th Edition | ISBN: 9780321675460 | Authors: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman ISBN: 9780321675460 31

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University Physics | 13th Edition | ISBN: 9780321675460 | Authors: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman

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Problem 100CP

CALC? Calculate the moment of inertia of a uniform solid cone about an axis through its center (?Fig. P9.90?). The cone has mass ?M? and altitude ?h?. The radius of its circular base is R.

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Explaining Behavior • Behavior is patterned and ordered • Shaped by rules and meanings • Internalized in us as emotions and feelings • Collectively enforced • To become a socially constructed reality that “makes sense” to us Meanings  People respond and make judgments based on not on the act, but on the meanings they attribute to the act  We react to the meanings we attach to behaviors Rules  A set of rules organizes social behavior and those rules are what make behaviors patterned and ordered  Most rules are informal and we are not usually aware the rule exists until we violate them Feelings and Emotions  The rules and meanings that organize behavior become internalized in us as feelings and emotions  Social world becomes a “reality” b/c we experience it as reality through feelings and emotions Rules and meanings collective learned in interactions with others  Socialization World becomes a socially constructed reality  Social world, our reality, makes sense to us b/c we accept its rules and meanings and know it to be real through our feelings and emotions  We come to see our “world” as right and moral and other “worlds” as strange and wrong The Beating of Rodney King  Police as power hungry o Police on a power trip, feel superior o Power corrupts, abuse of power, feel above the law, no fear of being punished, so they can do whatever they want  Effects of being in a group o Crowd phenomenon, people lose sense of responsibility and guilt in a crowd o Police became a mob, lost their individual identity  Social and personal attitudes or characteristics of police o Beating an irrational behavior, police acting out of frustrations o Racist, prejudicial attitudes towards black o Racial stereotypes o Show bias police have towards lower class people  Job of being a police officer o Reaction to the stress of being a police officer, take out anger o Angered at the lack of respect society gives police o Frustrations at failings of criminal justice system, criminal doesn’t serve time o Reflects fear that criminals are better armed than police  Reactions to being disobeyed o Running creates frustration o Reaction to being disobeyed, takes out anger o Teaching him a lesson Police Accounts of Normal Force: Jennifer Hunt  Police behavior patterned and order o Distinction between illegal and legal force o One officer says always beat suspect after a chase  Meanings and Rules o Beating someone normal and legitimate and not excessive o Normal force, not brutal o The degree to which you beat them is in relation to the meaning of the behavior  Collectively enforced learned through socialization o Police was supposed to use force and other police made fun of her and told her she should’ve o When she went out and did beat, they congratulated her  Feelings internalized o Beginning police feel guilt, over time feelings change When two social realities collide o We apply our set of rules and meanings, but they have their own Norms, Statuses & Roles  Norm- any standard or rule that tells people how they should act in a particular situation  Status- a social position with defined rights and duties  Roles- expectations for behavior in a position  Roles exist independently of individuals; explains patterned action; multiple roles  Roles are often conferred upon us; we don’t choose many of our roles  Roles are learned through the process of socialization  Behavior is interpreted in terms of the roles that people occupy; the meaning we attach to people’s behavior is a function of the roles they occupy  Roles create personal organization; prevent personal disorganization or anomie  Roles do not just regulate behavior but create an identity o We become the role we play o Role conflict  Explains how the same person can seem to be so different in different situations  How we become the role that we play o Through having alternatives blocked o Through behaving in the role o Through the reaction of others Violation of Norms • The violation of norms evokes reactions from others that o Attempt to bring you, the offending party, back into behaving within the norm o And at the same time reaffirming the norm itself o And others attempt to do this in a way that tries to prevent embarrassment and “save your face”  The violation of norms evokes reactions from the violator so that o You feel awkward, embarrassed, rude and self-conscious even though you know it’s an experiment o You feel the need to explain to others to “save your face” and give your behavior proper meaning Socialization  The skills and abilities to enter a situation, occupy a role, and pick-up the cues of how to behave and feel  The process that gives us the skills and abilities to occupy and become our roles  To know how to behave and feel in a role requires that we become aware of our own mind and the minds of others  Social interaction  Old people interact with less people, so no filter, lose sense of what other people think  Interaction is a double, reciprocal relationship o Making a judgment of what’s on the other persons mind  We become aware of what is on our mind and the minds of others by having others tell us what is on our own mind o Mother makes judgments of what’s on child’s mind, mother feeds child, child stops crying, child learns what’s on its mind from mothers reaction. Develop sense of self, interaction  The Discovery of the Self o The self is that set of skills and abilities that allows us to relate to our own mind and the minds of others o Interaction is a relationship between “selves” o Aware of things in you environment when it makes a disruption/ difference in your life  The stages of the development of the self o Preparatory stage: young child alert to what others are doing o Play stage: taking the role of the other  Play with people in their lives. Play mommy and baby. “It’s time to go to bed” b/c constantly hears mommy says that. Baby says no. Finally understands what its like to be mommy and what’s on her mind o Game stage: taking the role of the generalized other  Kids so intrigued by rules rather than playing the same. Unless everyone plays by the rules there is no game  Flexibility & change  Significant others o People who have people over you, what they say makes a difference  Self-esteem o How you value yourself o Comes from how others value us, significant others o Self-fulfilling prophecy  People value you highly, you feel good, you dress well, self-esteem increases, feel confident  Recidivism o Prison- punish people instead of rehabilitate o Try to get a job, but denied o Self-fulfilling prophecy- people treat them like criminal so they end up back in jail o 70% back in 3 years

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Textbook: University Physics
Edition: 13
Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
ISBN: 9780321675460

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