experiments that violate the established social order to assess how people construct social reality
A method of studying society through observation of people's day to day interactions
a perspective within sociological psych that examines how basic social processes operate in group contexts
Patterns of interactions in which behavior within a large group is guided by a common set of norms and roles
the process by which individuals transform the meaning of a situation using basic cognitive structures provided by society
element of the social structure and personality perspective referring to how peopleare affected by social structure through their immediate social environments
the appropriate thoughts, feelingsm and behaviors that should be diplayed in a particular social frame
element of the social structure and personality perspective referring to how individuals internalize proximal experiences
Theorem stating that when people define situations as real, the consequences of those situations become real.
A feeling that minority members of a group have because they are different from the majority members
An aspect of the life-course sociology referring to our relationships with other people
theory of group position
theory that prejudicial attitudes reflect a group's postition in society
the study of emotion that assumes that social conditions shape our emotions; and in turn, our emotions act to maintain social structures
the process of hyperrationality of the service workforce, or applying assembly-line techniques to interpersonal work
the study of emomtions based on the idea that human emotions result from real, anticipated, imagined, or recollected outcomes of social relations
physiologically grounded emotions that we inherit through evolutionary processes, including fear, anger, or sadness
in exchange theory, it is the beliefs about the fairness of tge methods used to make distributions
emotions that derive from primary emotions when we attach varying meanings to primary emotions
theory of interaction ritual chains
theory that emphasizes the role of emotions in maintaining macrosociological institutions
scottish philosophers and american pragmaticism
The development of symbolic interactionism stems from which philosophical tradition or traditions?
Emile Durkheim; Karl Marx
Structural functionalism is associated with ________ while the conflict perspective is
associated with ________.
the availibility heuristic
When my judgement of whether someone is aggressive is determined by how many relevant instances of aggressive behavior I can recall, I am using _____ to make my judgment.
According to Affect Control Theory, temporary meanings in a situation that result from a specific behavioral event are called
A specific cognitive structure that contains and organizes information about a particular person, group, event, or object is called a
La Pieres study
study that showed most people do not act on their prejudices and most people have some prejudices
After Donna cheated on her most recent exam, she starts to feel a sense of guilt, making her
reconsider whether she wants to do it again. Donna's feelings of guilt can be considered a
_________ according to the social structure and personality perspective, leading her to rethink
her future behaviors.
social structure and personality
Which sociological social psychology perspective is likely to emphasize the importance of roles and
statuses in the study of social psychology?
in-group bias tendencies
Willer's research showing presidential approval ratings increasing after the 9/11 terrorist
attacks in the U.S. clearly showed