PART IV: SOCIAL CONTEXT .


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2. Prologue TO SOCIAL CONTEXT Examples of setting Macro-and smaller scale connection Dynamics in the middle of connection and different units What is
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PART IV: SOCIAL CONTEXT

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INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL CONTEXT Examples of setting Macro-and small scale setting Dynamics amongst setting and different units What is \'condition\'? Cases of large scale setting Three sorts of smaller scale setting

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PERSONALITY UNITS AND COURSE STRUCTURE Stable Variable Inner, private, subjective 2. Insight & Self e.g. self-idea, convictions, objectives Major scholars: Rogers, Mischel 1. Inspiration e.g. thought processes, guards, psychic structure Major scholars: Freud, McClelland Outer, open, target 3. Qualities & Temperament e.g. extraversion Major scholars: Jung, Eysenck, Gray 4. Social Context e.g., culture, ethnicity, control, sex Major scholars: Mischel, Triandis

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Virginia Woolf on how she was impacted by her mom: Until I was in the forties . . . The nearness of my mom fixated me. I could hear her voice, see her, envision what she would do or say as I went in regards to my day\'s doings. She was one of the imperceptible habitations who after all have so vital an impact in each life. . . . Consider what monstrous powers society conveys to endless supply of us, how that society changes from decade to decade; and furthermore from class to class; well, in the event that we can\'t break down these undetectable habitations, we know next to no of [any individual about whom we write].

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Other cases of social setting:

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Two Types of Contexts Microcontexts: Immediate elements of the current circumstance; over a wide span of time learning and fortification history. (E.g. reactions and propensities) Little Albert and Bobo doll tests. Macrocontexts: Large-scale, complex, and persevering examples of situations. (E.g. sexual orientation, social class, religion, race, procedures of social identity and impact) Internment of Japanese Americans amid WWII and sex

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MICRO-CONTEXT MACRO-CONTEXT (e.g., sex, SES, control, race, culture) MICRO-CONTEXT quick components of the earth (e.g., physical and subjective elements of circumstance, passionate states, bunch weight, and so forth.)

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Environment Shapes Personality, Personality Shapes Environment Person Self & Cognition Motives Environment Traits Author: O. Schultheiss

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Physical: Climate, geographic locale, nourishment supply, and so forth. Small scale & Macro Social: Family, companions, accomplice, instructors, and so forth. Smaller scale Culture: TV, books, music, magazines, dialect, and so forth. Large scale History: Wars, financial changes, innovations, and so on. Full scale What Exactly is "The Environment"? Condition Author: O. Schultheiss

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Internment of Japanese Americans: Loss of pride, belonging, part of "outcast", "adversary" Some results: Lowered self-regard, feeling of disgrace; restraint, foreswearing (Effects on intentions, characteristics obscure) Next era: Disidentification with American culture, expanded power inspiration Illustrations of the Macrocontext: 1. Internment of Japanese Americans Social setting: War against Japan, bigotry & preference Author: O. Schultheiss

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Internment of Jews in inhumane imprisonments: Loss of pride, belonging; unavoidable demise Some outcomes: Helplessness, injury, sadness, blame (survivors blame), additionally reactance Next era: Increased requirement for power, improved feeling of Jewish character Illustrations of the Macro setting: 2. Offspring of Holocaust Survivors Social setting: hostile to Semitism, Hitler Author: O. Schultheiss

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Classical/Pavlovian molding: Little Albert Transference Instrumental/Operant molding: Reward & discipline Observational learning: "Bobo doll" concentrate Violent wrongdoing increment in 60s The Microcontext: Some Examples of Immediate, Direct Influences Microcontext Author: O. Schultheiss

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Forms of Operant Conditioning: Positive Reinforcement : give a reward to proceed coveted conduct Negative Reinforcement : take away a disagreeable jolt to empower a wanted conduct. Note: Both positive and negative support reinforce conduct. c. Discipline (Time-Out & Extinction): giving an obnoxious results to diminish an undesired conduct.

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Microcontext Personality How Macrocontexts and Microcontexts Interlock: Macrocontext

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