social approach concepts map

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social approach concepts map
1 obedience

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  • Obeying orders from an authority figure
1.1 Milgram's Agency Theory

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  • Key terms  Agentic State: acting as agent of authority figure, conscience suppressed, possible moral strain, defers responsibility to authority figure. Autonomous state: acting of own free will, as individual, accepting responsibility, active conscience.
  • Apllication to Nazis
1.2 Studies
1.2.1 Milgram

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  • administering increasing powerful shocks. 65% to 450V
1.2.2 Hofling

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  • Hofling's study with nurses and the drug astroten. ordered to give overdose. 95% did.
1.2.3 Meeus and Raaijmakers

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  • psychological violence instead of physical. 15 increasingly distressing remarks. 92% made all 15.
2 Prejudice

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  • prejudice: preconceived opinion based on external factor such as age race religion etc
2.1 Social identity Theory

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  • Tajfel. social categorisation : in-group/out-group. social identification: accepting group norms social comparison: putting out group down to boost in group self esteem.
2.2 Studies
2.2.1 Sherif

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  • boys in a summer camp. ingroup favouritism. friction reduced by superordinate goals.
2.2.2 Jane elliot (optional)

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  • Blue eyes brown eyes. class teacher.
2.3 discrimination

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  • treating someone differently because of prejudice What's the difference? Prejudice = thought Discrimination = action
3 Research methods
3.1 sampling

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  • random: everyone equal chance stratified: classifying the population into groups and then taking samples proportional to the size they are within the target population. opportunity: whoever is around at the time volunteer: as suggests.
3.2 open and closed

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  • open: in depth, increases validity, harder to analyse as produces qualatitative closed: yes/no etc, reduces validity, narrow artificial. produces quantitative.
3.2.1 Qualitative and quantitative

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  • qu\antitative: numbers Qualitative: words

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