Types of norms which type is this ex mass psychogenic

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Types of Norms – which type is this ex: Mass Psychogenic Illness (conformity?) Milgram Study (p 241) allies test question - they saw the overall pattern – descriptive study - 80% went to the maximum - 1% in a class would do that - conformity – we consistently obey to conformity
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Chapter 9 Social norms vs. social roles - Norms – informal rules society has for everyone o Injunctive0 suppose to do o Descrivtice 0 what they actually do - Roles – specific rules and roles that society has for everyone: women work at home? Endorsing Social Roles Status and Assertiveness Data Social Facilitation and Social Loafing Arousal Deindividuation Transactive Memory Process Loss Group Think Communication Problems Factors to Increase or Decrease Groupthink Group Polarization Social Dilemmas Prisoner’s Dilemma – either of them can rat out the other person and get 0 years and not tell at all they go to 20 years, if they both rat on each other they get 10 years Commons Dilemma- tragedy to the commons- shared resource and they take more of their fair share ex: what they did in the library by putting a limit on the number of pages Unique Information Study (bad communication) Chapter 10 4 Causes of Attraction Propinquity (mere exposure) Similarity Reciprocal Liking Physical Attractiveness (universals, evolutionary reasons) Types of Love and when they occur Evolution and Mate Selectivity Social Exchange Theory and Equity Theory
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