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SOCIOL 41 Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Arthur Schuster, Austin Motor Company, Ford Focus

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SOCIOL 41 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Arthur Schuster, Nonverbal Communication, Newsprint

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SOCIOL 41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 47: Arthur Schuster, Georg Simmel, Collective Identity

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Women are more visually attentive and better judges of non-verbal cues. Women"s style may reflect their greater concern with intimacy and connection. M
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SOCIOL 41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 46: Arthur Schuster, Public Space, Paralanguage

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Language performance must be appropriate to the social and cultural context. Speakers are expected to use language that is: Appropriate to the status o
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SOCIOL 41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Arthur Schuster, Interpersonal Attraction

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SOCIOL 41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Arthur Schuster, Identity Component, Henri Tajfel

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SOCIOL 41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Arthur Schuster, Georg Simmel, Collective Identity

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Nouns/verbs, spatial dimensions, tenses/time dimensions, family structure (sex,generation), reference to self/others, basic body parts, colors, actions
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SOCIOL 41 Lecture 4: Sociology 41 Lecture 4

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Spoken language is a socially acquired system of sound patterns with meanings agreed on by the members of a group. Words are the symbols around which l
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SOCIOL 41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Peer Pressure, Arthur Schuster, Unearth

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SOCIOL 41 Lecture 3: Sociology 41 Lecture 3

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SOCIOL 41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Arthur Schuster, Symbolic Interactionism

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The process by which people act toward or respond to one another, mutual influence. The object or actions that by convention or consensus stand for som
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SOCIOL 41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Arthur Schuster, Public Space, Intersubjectivity

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According to speech act theory, utterances both state something and do something. All eight of the utterances (lemonade example) perform an action, eac
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SOCIOL 41 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Interpersonal Attraction, Error Detection And Correction, Nonconformist

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Result of the efficient and effective accomplishment of a group task. Relationship that form between members in the group, and their impact on the grou
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SOCIOL 41 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Servant Leadership, Arthur Schuster, Transactional Leadership

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An influence process between leaders and followers, directed toward change that reflects mutual purposes of group members. Leadership and followership
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SOCIOL 41 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Arthur Schuster, Role Reversal, Role Conflict

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The pattern of expected behavior (thoughts, feelings) associated with parts that we play in groups. The systematic interrelation of all parts to the wh
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SOCIOL 41 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Arthur Schuster

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SOCIOL 41 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Assertiveness, Active Listening, Arthur Schuster

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SOCIOL 41 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Arthur Schuster, Role Reversal, Role Conflict

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