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Click to edit Master subtitle style 12/13/09 Attitudes Products of Socialization
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12/13/09 Definition A learned and socially acquired tendency to evaluate a person, event, or situation in a certain way. Attitudes are products of socialization Attitude are towards people, events, or situations Attitudes vary in directionality (+ or -) and intensity (strong or weak)
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12/13/09 Functions Help organize behavior by providing information about likes and dislikes Decisions to approach or avoid Define the self By letting people know who you are and what you stand for
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12/13/09 Components of Attitude toward Adoption Cognitive beliefs, ideas about adoption Evaluative/Emotional Feelings that are evoked Behavioral approach or avoid?
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12/13/09 Attitude Research Example Attitudes towards adoption By teenagers adopted from China Measures Frequency distributions
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12/13/09 I like knowing other kids who are adopted Agree Strongly 1 21.5 Agree 2 59.1 Disagree 3 16.9 Disagree Strongly4 2.5
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