5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Looking Glass Self
- Dark Shadow
- Avoidant Attachment
- Dismissing Parent
- Social Roles
- a The things we are ashamed of because society has deemed them wrong.
- b The child does not expect other people to be there for him or her because the parent is consistently not there for them.
- c Cooley's theory that we see ourselves based on how other people see us
- d Wants the child's negative emotions to go away. They treat the child as unimportant.
- e They are generalized guidelines for how we should act as a certain person. We learn proper behaviors from our culture and our parents.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A model that helps us decide which roles are most salient.
- Organizations who want loyal members ask them to invest a lot, like the military.
- The verbal and nonverbal behaviors we use during a performance
- Cues that tell us what sort of message a content message is.
- Both partners work together to construct roles that are mutually satisfactory.
5 True/False Questions
Disapproving Parent → The mean parent who punishes and humiliates the child for having negative emotions.
Acquiescent responses → Parent briefly acknowledges the child and changes the subject.
Role Distance → When two or more roles are incompatible. Basically, two competing roles.
Relational Definitions → When two people develop common orientations and behaviors they guide members' perceptions of the world.
Punctuation → Child starts to become more conscious of making the role authentic.