FMST 238 Lecture Notes - Pressure Cooking, Correlation Does Not Imply Causation

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Temporal orientation- thinking of the past, present, and future, Social orientation- whether you"re doing it alone, or with friends. Planning orientation- deciding what you want with a period of time. Five metaphors of time (time style) time is a . Social orientation- lots of social activities to do; places to be. Analytic planning- will have all the devices to help the with their planning; very detailed: ex. Monochromic time use stuff their day with social activities; pressure builds up as these activities compete for their discretionary time, and soon they don"t have enoug. Analytic planning- which courses to take, how to get into a certain time slot. Future temporal orientation- working towards a future goal. Polychronic activities: a map is a plan that provides direction; must look at map to see if moving toward destination and not veering off in to the wrong direction. Past temporal orientation- likes to do things just as they were done in the past.

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