LEC3_10_interaction

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SOC101Y SOC101Y Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Professor Robert Brym Professor Robert Brym Lecture #3 Lecture #3 Social Interaction Social Interaction 29 Sep 10 29 Sep 10
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status  is a  recognized position in  a social interaction.
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How We Get Emotional external stimulus physiological response and initial emotion cultural  script modified emotional response For example, Your pulse rate You have learned that Still fearful, a grizzly bear increases etc.; lying still and playing you act according attacks. you experience dead increases the to the cultural fear. chance the grizzly bear script, which  will lose interest in you. gives you hope.
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Emotion management   involves people obeying  “feeling rules” and responding  appropriately to the situations  in which they find themselves.  Emotion labour  is emotion  management that one does as  part of one’s job and for which  one is paid.
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The  crude death rate  is  the annual  number of deaths per  1,000 people  in a population. rate  is the frequency  with which an event  occurs in a given time  span per population unit.
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Calculating a Rate N=4,782 M=12 N=613 M=3
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