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• Prior Assignment (Priority) – the order in which the roles have accumulated in the role-set. • Consistency – the degree to which the roles require divergent activities. • Differential Involvement (Role Distance) – the degree to which the role occupant is invested in and/or identified with the role.
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Aggregative: • Size – the number of statuses held by an individual. • Variability – the degree to which they are different from each other. • Empirical Duration (newness, recentcy) – sequence in which acquired. • Expected Duration – how long the status will last. • Rank Consistency (congruency) – degree to which the statuses are of similar social rank. STATUS-SET CHARACTERISTICS
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Emergent: • Social or Structural Differentiation – the degree to which statuses vary from one another. • Integration (substantive consistency, modal frequency) – the degree to which the required status activities do not conflict with one another. • Visibility (identifiability) – the degree to which they can be seen by other status occupants. • Hierarchical Sequence – rank order within the status-set itself. • Dominance (primacy) – which status takes priority over others. • Centrality/Controlling (access) – degree to which a status controls access to other statuses. • Salient (activated) – a particular status precipitated due to interaction in a specific context. STATUS-SET CHARACTERISTICS
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Person-Set: The number of persons with whom interaction occurs in a specific status. ● Cross-cutting Statuses: Statuses which are identical with other persons’ status sets. ● Cue-emitting: Self-presentations which provide role and/or status information to others. ● Cue-searching: Gathering role and/or status information from the self-presentation of others ● Status Judges: Status positions whose occupants determine entry or exit to specific statuses STATUS-SET CHARACTERISTICS
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