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Social psychology : sociological perspectives

Author: David E Rohall; Melissa A Milkie; Jeffrey W Lucas
Publisher: Boston : Pearson Education, [2014]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David E Rohall; Melissa A Milkie; Jeffrey W Lucas
ISBN: 9780205235001 020523500X
OCLC Number: 830683129
Description: xvi, 379 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Perspectives and Methods --
1. Introduction to Sociological Social Psychology --
Sociology, Psychology, and Social Psychology --
Macrosociology and Microsociology --
Sociological and Psychological Social Psychology --
Historical Context of Sociological Social Psychology --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Perspectives in Sociological Social Psychology --
Symbolic Interactionism --
Social Structure and Personality --
Group Processes --
Three Perspectives in One --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Your Social Psychological Toolkit --
The Sociological Imagination --
Other Tools in Your Kit --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
2. Perspectives in Sociological Social Psychology --
The Symbolic Interactionist Perspective --
Society and Agency --
Basic Principles of Symbolic Interactionism --
Two Schools of Symbolic Interactionism --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
The Social Structure and Personality Perspective --
The Components Principle --
The Proximity Principle --
The Psychology Principle --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
The Group Processes Perspective --
Studying Processes --
Group Structures --
Relationships among Groups --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
3. Studying People --
Basic Concepts and Issues --
Theories and Hypotheses --
Independent and Dependent Variables --
Sampling Issues --
Reliability and Validity --
Ethical Issues in Studying People --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Different Ways to Study People --
Qualitative Methods --
Quantitative Methods --
Mixed-Method Approaches --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Steps in Developing Research Projects --
Step 1 Assess the Theory and Literature --
Step 2 Develop Research Questions or Hypotheses --
Step 3 Choose Research Methods --
Step 4 Conduct Data Analysis --
Step 5 Report Results --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
pt. 2 The Individual in Society --
4. The Social Psychology of Stratification --
Constructing Inequalities --
Basic Stratification Processes --
Othering --
Doing Gender --
Multiple Inequalities: "Doing Difference" and Intersectionality --
Rigging --
and Fixing --
the Game --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Structures of Inequality --
Micro-Foundations of Social Mobility --
Networks and Social Capital --
Social Status and Personality --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Stratification Processes in Groups --
Status and Power in Social Exchange Processes --
Status in Groups --
Power in Networks --
The Differences between Power and Status --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
5. Self and Identity --
The Self as a Process --
The I, the Me, and Self Narratives --
Identity Theory --
Affect Control Theory --
Dramaturgical Sociology --
Situated and Multiple Selves --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
The Self and Social Structure --
Evaluative Dimensions of the Self-Concept --
Race, Class, Gender, and the Self --
Social Statuses and Identities --
Measuring the Self-Concept --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Identity and Group Processes --
Social Identity Theory --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
6. Socialization over the Life Course --
Developing the Self --
Stages of Development --
The Role of the Other --
Learning Race, Class, and Gender --
Adult Socialization --
The Sociology of Childhood --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Structural and Time Dimensions of Socialization --
The Life Course --
Agents of Socialization --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Group Processing and Socialization --
Finding Socialization in Group Processes --
Assessing the Effects of Socialization --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
pt. 3 Areas of Social Life --
7. The Social Psychology of Deviance --
Interactionist Approaches to Deviance --
Ethnomethodology and the Social Construction of Deviance --
Labeling Theory of Deviance --
Delabeling: Leaving the Deviant Identity --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Social Structure and Deviant Behavior --
Anomie and Social Strain --
Social and Self-Control Theories --
Social Disorganization versus Genetics --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Group Relationships and Deviance --
The Principles of Differential Association Theory --
Differential Association, Gender, and the Culture of Honor --
Studying Deviance in a Lab --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
8. Mental Health and Illness --
The Social Construction of Mental Health --
Defining Mental Illness --
Mental Health and Selfhood --
Modified Labeling Theory --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Social Causes of Stress --
Stressors and Outcomes --
Mediating and Moderating Resources --
Social and Economic Characteristics: The Epidemiology of Mental Health --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Mental Health as a Status Characteristic --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
9. Social Attitudes --
The Nature and Construction of Attitudes --
Dimensions of Attitudes --
Linking Attitudes and Behaviors --
Prejudicial Attitudes --
Changing Prejudicial Attitudes --
Prosocial Attitudes and Behaviors --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Social Structure, Attitudes, and Behavior --
Attitudes and Agents of Socialization --
Social Status, Identity, and Attitudes --
Sociological Model of Attitudes and Identity --
Attitudes across the Life Course --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Group Processes and Attitudes --
Status Construction Theory --
Social Identity Theory and Attitudes --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
10. The Sociology of Emotions and Relationships --
Constructing Emotions and Relationships --
Defining Emotions --
Socialization of Emotions --
Identities, Interactions, and Emotions --
From Emotions to Relationships --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Structural Conditions Affecting Emotions and Relationships --
Power, Status, and Emotions --
Feeling Rules and Norms --
Community and Relationships --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Group Processes and Emotions --
Feelings and Social Exchange --
Social Exchange Theory of Intimate Relationships --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions --
11. Collective Behavior --
Constructing Collective Behavior --
Mass Hysteria Theory --
Rational Choice in Collective Behavior: Emergent Norm Theory --
Value-Added Theory --
Perception Control Theory --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Structure of Crowds and Social Movements --
Social Structure and Social Movements --
Behavior during Collective Events --
Collective Memory --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Group Processes and Collective Behavior --
Section Summary --
The Take-Away Message --
Bringing It All Together --
Summary --
Key Terms and Concepts --
Discussion Questions.
Responsibility: David E. Rohall, Western Illinois University, Melissa A. Milkie, University of Maryland, Jeffrey W. Lucas, University of Maryland.

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