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SOC 1 SIXTH - Looking Glass Self idea look to other for...

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Looking Glass Self idea- look to other for judgment---> attach emotions to those judgments -positive/negative----> emotional response to that judgment ---> presentation of self how we present ourselves to the world how we want others to see us - positive interaction--> from others simple idea-- center of presentation of self positive from interactions-> avoid the negative positive---> positive emotional returns--> interaction simple basis of chapter 6---> presentation of self positive feelings vs negative feelings acceptance, belonging Supporting Identity: The Presentation of Self Impression Management- major idea - people form impressions of others and manage impressions of themselves at the same time - multitasking- impressions Judgment---> environment---> taking in, thinking about it = assessing it--> positive or negative, not value driven at all some judgment---> how we fit in---> other people as well management----> at the same time- managing our own identities e.g. walking around campus, coming back from cafeteria ---> judgment about scenario---> making sure “not falling down” - runs around in subconscious - - management/ judgment part--- constantly throughout the day stereotypes - social group membership - gender, age, social class, occupation, race, and ethnicity - - suggests culturally defined expectations of behaviors and values “ al it means, we have own social groups, all of us”--> comes with social expectations - EXPECTATIONS IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES - values should express group membership--- expectations---> behaviors culturally defined expectations---> external circumstances
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=== hypothesis gender---> identify- social expectations e.g. male and female relationships- come from social world “that is what we are talking about” - bound to understand- social setting- know what you are doing - - not unfamiliar with defined behavior patterns fall back on tradition? e.g. nudging a bill towards woman in meal- harsh???
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