Lecture 14 & 15 - Active Listening & Social Support

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Unformatted text preview: t o s t c p r o a r p e r u d p n s U p u s D l a n o s r e p r e t n i f o s e p y t y r a m i r p e e r h t s s u c s • • • i 17 Social Support: Theory & Practice 10/9/2012 10/9/2012 What is Social Support? A multi-faceted concept that includes the ways in which individual well-being and coping with stressors are enhanced by involvement in social networks, the perceived availability of help and acceptance by others, and/or the exchange of tangible and symbolic support in interactions between people. 19 Stressors • Stress/stressor: • Three major forms: – Life events – Chronic strains – Daily hassles • Stressors motivate attempts to cope with behavioral demands and emotional responses. • When stressors accumulate, ability to cope may be exceeded, leading to disease, distress. 20 10 11 22 • Four major traditions in social support research – Sociological Tradition – Cognitive Tradition – Interpersonal Process Tradition – The Intervention Tradition Theoretical Traditions 21 . t r o p p u s f o s r e i v o r p y r a m i r p d e h t e m o c e b _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , o o h t l u a d . t r o p p u s f e l d o s r e i v i d o r p m y B • d y r a m i r p d e h t e m o c e _ b _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , 6 ) 1 e g a ( e a r h g t 0 1 y B • d . h c u m s a t s j u y l e _ r e _ l _ p _ o _ e _ _ p _ g _ n _ u _ o _ y , _ _ ) _ _ 1 3 _ e _ g a _ _ ( _ _ e a _ r _ _ _ h g t n o 7 y • B d . o t k o t o r o l p n e p u r s l i f h o c e t c s r u o o m , s e 0 ) l o 1 s e r g i a e h ( t s e a d _ a r _ h g _ t _ 4 _ h _ g _ u _ o r r h i e t h t • U p d 10/9/2012 10/9/2012 Sociological Tradition • Relationship between social ties and psychological well-being. • Work in this tradition linked social network/relations to outcomes such as suicide, social disorganization, mental health, and behavioral problems. • Social Integration: • Social network participation as measured by diversity of relationships one participated in. • Involvement in a range of social activities or social relationships appears more important to health outcomes than does number of people in one’s network....
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