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exam2 socquestions - Chapter 6 Beauty standards Beauty is...

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Chapter 6 Beauty standards Beauty is ___________i.e men vs women, race, economics Impression management/dramaturgy ______________________: act of presenting a favorable public image of oneself so that others will form positive judgments • ____________________ differs from role to role • _____________________ of _______ (who I am), the _________ (what is going on) and my _____________________are connected • When people believe they are failing to give off correct impressions, they attempt to correct the bad impression Some elements of performance • ___________: area of social interaction where people perform and work to maintain appropriate impressions (p. 189) • ___________ area of social interaction away from the view of an audience, where people can rehearse and rehash their behavior (p. 189) • _________________ set of individuals who cooperate in staging a performance that leads an audience to form an impression of one or all team members _______________________may result in spoiled individual identities, spoiled situations, and ruined team identities h When people believe they are failing to give off the desired impression, they ttempt to repair the bad impression h _________________action taken to restore an identity that has been damaged • _________statement designed to explain unanticipated, embarrassing, or unacceptable behavior after the behavior has occurred • ____________assertion designed to forestall any complaints or negative reactions to a behavior or statement that is about to occur h Aligning actions assert the relationship between our ____________________and _______________ h ______________________actions taken to help another person restore or maintain a desired identity, e.g., civil inattention, tact, accepting apology — ________________________ gently persuading someone who has lost face to accept a less desirable but still reasonable alternative identity Luckenbill’s study of homicide Step 1- ___________________ • Insult to offender, family or friends (41%) • Refusal to comply with request (34%) • Non-verbal or physical gesture (25%) Step 2-_________________________________________________________ • Audience or victim may be questioned about meaning (60%) • Offender may determine meaning from “rehearsals” (40%) Step 3-_________________________________________________________
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• Offender kills victim (14%) • Offender issues challenge to victim (86%) Step 4 ________________________________________________________ • Victim doesn’t comply with challenge (41%) • Physical attack (30%) • Counterchallenge (29%) • Audience often helps define situation as battle
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