SS Paper 6 - Megan Kellen SOC 351 Social Psychology Summary/Synthesis Paper#6 November 7th 2007 Title Social relationships depend on the foundation

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Megan Kellen SOC 351 – Social Psychology Summary/Synthesis Paper #6 – November 7 th , 2007 Title Social relationships depend on the foundation of social interaction because without recurrent interaction, relationships fade. Our understanding and definitions of relationship status affect how we interact with everyone every day. Part six of Spencer E. Cahill’s textbook contains four readings on social interaction and relationships. The first reading is by Amy Best, Parents, Kids, and Cars , followed by A Personal Story of Doing Family by Nancy Naples, then Caring For and About the Mentally Ill by David Karp and concluding with The Social Contexts of Illness by Arthur Frank. In her article, Amy Best analyzes the relationships between parents, children, and car privileges. Children will plead for the keys and for money to purchase their own car. Parents, in response, agree to a certain point so that they themselves will not have to drive their children around. With this freedom also comes the opportunity to manipulate their children by restricting
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course SOC 351 taught by Professor Hunter during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota State University, Mankato.

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SS Paper 6 - Megan Kellen SOC 351 Social Psychology Summary/Synthesis Paper#6 November 7th 2007 Title Social relationships depend on the foundation

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