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SSP1: Introduction to Sociology Ziad Munson Spring 2007 munson@lehigh.edu
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If {image} , then {image} How much has being a part of the Lehigh community changed who you are. 1 2 3 4 0% 0% 0% 0% a. None at all b. I’m a little different c. I’m a lot different d. I’ve been transformed
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Review The power of groups Different kinds of groups: dyads, triads, primary vs. secondary Impact of groups on personality and behavior
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Types of Groups Dyad Triad Primary group Secondary group Reference group In-group Out-group
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Attribution Errors 1. When onlookers observe improper behavior by an outgroup member, onlookers are likely to attribute the deviance to the disposition of the wrongdoer. 2. When the same behavior is exhibited by an in- group member, the perception is that the act is due to the situation of the wrongdoer, not to the ingroup member’s inherent disposition.
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Attribution Errors 1. If an out-group member is seen to perform in some laudable way, the behavior is often
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