Society and personality; an interactionist approach to social psychology.


Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1961.

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Subjects Gesellschaft.
Individu et société.
Interacción social.
Interaction sociale.
Personnalité.
Persönlichkeit.
Pshychologie sociale.
Psicologia Social.
Psychologie sociale.
Social interaction.
Social psychology.
Sociale psychologie.
Symbolisch interactionisme.
Description 630 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date 1961.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction -- 1. The Systematic Study of Human Behavior -- Scientific Knowledge and Common Sense -- The Development of Social Psychology -- The Social Matrix of Human Behavior -- Part One: Social Control -- 2. The Structure of Organized Groups -- The Group as a Functional Unit -- The Problem of Social Control -- Social Role as a Functional Unit -- Sanctions and Legitimate Authority -- 3. Self-Conscious Participation in Groups -- The Act as a Functional Unit -- Blockage and Secondary Adjustments -- Frustration and Compensatory Reactions -- Self-Control and Concerted Action -- 4. The Cultural Matrix of Role-Playing -- Meaning as a Functional Unit -- The Social Validation of Meanings -- The Symbolic Organization of Experience -- Differential Association and Pluralism -- 5. Communication and Social Control -- Consensus as Mutual Role-Taking -- The Conventional Aspect of Communication -- The Personal Aspect of Communication -- Society as a Communicative Process -- Part Two: Motivation -- 6. Consciousness and Voluntary Conduct -- The Problem of Motivation -- Consciousness as Inner Communication -- Self-Control as a Serial Process -- Impairment and Cultivation of Control -- Impairment and Cultivation of Control -- 7. The Structure of Personal Identity -- Personal Identity and Social Status -- The Organic Basis of Self-Conceptions -- Self-Conceptions as Personifications -- The Social Matrix of Identification -- 8. Social Status in Reference Groups -- Reference Groups as Perspectives -- Consistency in Voluntary Conduct -- The Preservation of Social Status -- The Internalization of Social Control -- 9. Personal Autonomy and Social Control -- The Person as a Functional Unit -- Patterns of Unconscious Behavior -- The Personal Equation in Groups -- Personality Differences in Autonomy -- Part Three: Interpersonal Relations -- 10. Sentiments and Interpersonal Roles -- the Problem of Interpersonal Relations -- Sentiments as Behavioral Systems -- The Structure of Typical Sentiments -- Personality Differences in Sentiments -- 11. Conventional Norms and Sentiments -- Sentimental Considerations in Conduct -- Variations in Social Distance -- The Social Control of Sentiments -- Human Nature and Cultural Differences -- 12. Personal Status in Primary Groups -- Constellations of Primary Relations -- The Culture of Primary Groups -- The Preservation of Personal Status -- Informal Sanctions in Primary Groups -- 13. Self-Esteem and Social Control -- The Preservation of Self-Esteem -- The Struggle for Recognition and Power -- Disorders Involving Personal Identity -- Human Society as a Moral Order -- Part Four: Socialization -- 14. The Social Matrix of Personal Growth -- The Problem of Socialization -- The Formation of Conventional Meanings -- Induction into Symbolic Environments -- The Formation of Defensive Fixations -- 15. The Development of Self-Control -- The Dialectic of Personal Growth -- Adjustments to Significant Others -- Participation in Concerted Action -- Transformations of Personal Identity -- 16. The Development of Personal Idiom -- Culture and Personality Development -- Individual Differences in Temperament -- The Development of Sentiments -- Significant Others and Personality -- 17. Social Change and Personal Growth -- Social Change and Deviant Behavior -- Marginal Status and Inner Conflicts -- Personal Loyalty and Group Solidarity -- Consensus and interpersonal Relations -- Conclusion -- 18. Social Psychology and Social Control -- Some Characteristics of Mass Societies -- Social Control of Intellectual Activity -- Knowledge and Social Engineering.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)255130
(OCoLC)ocm00255130
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WorldCat Identities Shibutani, Tamotsu, 1920-
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