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Social Emotion By: Bartholomew Booth
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Definition Social - referring to something relating to society; relating to rank or status in society. Emotion - a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one’s circumstances, mood, or relationships with others.
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“Social Emotion” The term “Social Emotion” suggest that emotions are derived from events that influence society and can be identified from various perspectives in society.
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Identified Levels of Society
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Unformatted text preview: Individual Perspective Regional Perspective National Perspective Individual Perspective Social Networks Twitter Facebook MySpace Regional Perspective Los Angeles Watts Riots of 1965 Causes ○ Racial Tension ○ Housing Discrimination ○ High Unemployment ○ Poor Education National Perspective 9/11 Hurricane Katrina BP Oil Spill 2008 Presidential Elections Thank You...
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