Theoretical Thinking/ Generalizations about the world.
2. Relate to empirical data
Science different from everyday thinking.
Standards of Rigor
1. Logical Rigor
2. Conceptual Rigors
3. Empirical Rigor
4. Relate new observation t
Jones Kyleigh Jones Eng3220 Lake November 16, 2012 Reflection Essay #3 For this section of reading we started with Fantomina which is about a lady who pretends to be a prostitute and ends up sleeping with Beauplasir. She becomes so obsessed with him that
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Behavior: Driving Fast or Speeding on the Highway
Conflict Theory: The person speeding has a lot to gain by arriving early or on time, and a
lot to lose by arriving late. By speeding, the driver gambles with their safety and also
Socialization: a process of learning rules of social group of society
define ourselves and others within that setting
Symbolic Interactionist: Individual position
The self emerges as it is reflected in other people.
Self needs inte
Face like character
Change with different audiences, or plays.
Unexpected events sometimes force improvisation, with intent to return to script.
Method acting involves the self
Some people are bad actors that other
Definitions: Deviance behavior that does NOT conform to norms or values of society.
Norms rules of behavior that specify what is appropriate, or expected. Tell us what to
do and what to not do.
Sanctions punishment for deviance for NOT fo
Hume and Smith (excerpts): in The Man of Feeling, p. 141-156 Pope, Essay on Man (excerpt) A1406-A1414 Johnson, Dictionary (excerpt) A1495-A1498; Pope, An Essay on Criticism (excerpt) Swift, Gulliver's Travels (excerpt from Book III): online John Wilmot, "