9-22 lecture - Lecture 7 Social influences on...

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Lecture 7 Social influences on action - “Internalized” vs “Structural” factors read new york times afghan article Where are social influences located? I. Internalized [“Deep inside”; lasting; hard to change] 1. Lumping together biological cultural psychological arguments influences of action are created early in life, they are deeply embedded 2. Culture 3. Biology 4. Personality 5. Early socialization 1. ex. Gender as internalized socialization 2. Matina Horner, “Fear of Success” (inside women's psyches) 1. Matina Horner – paper and pencil 2. varied whether story was mary and john and whether it was filled with by a girl or boy 3. when both boys and girls wrote about john – wrote him to be successful 1. about mary: wrote her to be unsuccessful 2. maybe a perception in the 1970s? 3. What looked to be a deeply internalized psychological thing is very structural II. Structural [“external circumstances”; temporary; changeable] 1. Opportunities 2. Discrimination 3. Environment 1. ex. gender as structural situation 2. Roseabeth Kanter, Men and Women of the Corporation (in organizational structure) 1. Rosabeth Kanter – men and women in corporations was made to seem very different
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