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Readings in Social Psychology | 1st Edition

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PUBLISHER: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
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Product Description: I. Introducing Social Psychology The Faces of Social Psychology: 1. Arthur G. Neal, ``Social Psychological Inquiry''; 2. Elliot Aronson, ``What is Social Psychology?'' The Influence of Structure on the Individual: 3. Philip G. Zimbardo, ``Pathology of Imprisonment''; 4. D. L. Rosenhan, ``On Being Sane in Insane Places'' Social Psychological Theory: 5. Herbert Blumer, ``Society As Symbolic Interaction'' Methods in Social Psychology: 6. Martin T. Orne, ``On the Social Psychology of the Psychological Experiment: With Particular Reference to Demand Characteristics and Their Implications'' Psychosocial Applications in Research: 7. Bryan Byers, Richard A. Zeller, and Peggy Y. Byers, ``Birthdate and Mortality: An Evaluation of the Death-Dip/Death-Rise Phenomenon'' Deviance and Social Control: 8. Gresham M. Sykes and David Matza, ``Techniques of Neutralization: A Theory of Delinquency'' II. The Self, Society, and the Social Patterns of Human Experience The Self: 9. Charles Horton Cooley, ``The Social Self'' Attitudes: 10. Gordon W. Allport, ``Attitudes'' Mind, Self, and Society: 11. Bernard N. Meltzer, ``The Social Psychology of George Herbert Mead'' Perceiving Others: 12. William W. Wilmot, ``Attribution of Causality and Responsibility''; 13. D. Sadow, ``Irrational Attributions of Responsibility: Who, What, When, and Why'' Perceiving the Self: 14. Russell H. Fazio, Mark P. Zanna, and Joel Cooper, ``Dissonance and Self-Perception: An Integrative View of Each Theory's Proper Domain of Application'' The Needs of Selves Within Individualistic Societies: 15. Charles Derber, ``Monopolizing The Conversation: On Being Civilly Egocentric'' Social Construction of Feeling States: 16. Arlie Russell Hochschild, ``Managing Feeling'' Perception and Judgment: 17. Tamotsu Shibutani, ``Reference Groups as Perspectives'' Emotional States, Accounts, and Behavior: 18. Jennifer Hunt, ``Police Accounts of Normal Force'' Labeling Theory: 19. Howard S. Becker, ``Deviant Careers'' Connections Between Biography and History: 20. C. Wright Mills, ``The Promise'' III. Reality Negotiation with Others Defining the Situation: 21. William Isaac Thomas, ``The Definition of the Situation''; 22. Bryan Byers, ``Uses of Clinical Sociology in Crisis Intervention Practice'' Negotiating Reality and Power: 23. Thomas Scheff, ``Negotiating Reality: Notes on Power in the Assessment of Responsibility'' Social Identity and Subordination: 24. Leonard I. Stein, ``The Doctor-Nurse Game'' Self Presentation: 25. Erving Goffman, ``Presenting the Self to Others'' Flawed Selves: 26. Erving Goffman, ``Stigma'' Creating, Maintaining, and Ending Interpersonal Bonds: 27. Peter L. Berger and Hansfield Kellner, ``Marriage and the Construction of Reality''; 28. Diane Vaughan, ``Uncoupling: The Social Construction of Divorce'' Prosocial Behavior: 29. Bibb Latane and John Darley, ``Social Determinants of Bystander Intervention in Emergencies'' Vocabulary of Motive: 30. C. Wright Mills, ``Situated Actions and Vocabularies of Motive'' IV. Institutional Social Psychology Crowd Psychology: 31. Gustave LeBon, ``The Crowd'' Collective Behavior: 32. Norris R. Johnson, ``Panic and the Breakdown of Social Order: Popular Myth, Social Theory, and Empirical Evidence'' Community: 33. Jan Fritz, ``Communities: Making Them Work'' Institutional Psychology: 34. Sanford M. Dornbusch, ``The Military Academy as an Assimilating Institution `` Social Psychology of Work: 35. William E. Thompson, ``Hanging Tongues: A Sociological Encounter with the Assembly Line'' Subservience To Institutional Experts: 36. Donileen R. Loseke and Spencer E. Cahill, ``The Social Construction of Deviance: Experts on Battered Women'' Social Psychology of a Helping Profession: 37. Peter L. Berger, ``Toward a Sociological Underst

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