Week 3;Check Point;Social Construction of Reality

Week 3;Check Point;Social Construction of Reality - My...

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My social status at home is different than my social status at school is because when I am at home with my family or my close friends I know that I can tell them anything or joke around with them and they will not take it the wrong way. When I am having discussions with the class I also feel comfortable but I have to be more careful with what I am saying because not only do my classmates not know me as well as my family and friends at home do but I am always a little worried that something may be taken the wrong way and I may offend someone without knowing it. When I did work my social status was different at work because it was a more professional environment. However, I feel like whether I am at work, school, or at home I am a very honest person and when I have something to say I will think about the way that I can say it without offending someone. I may tell someone in class the same thing that I will tell someone at home but just explain it in a different way. One thing that I do know is very different for me when
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course PSY 220 taught by Professor Lind during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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