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Understanding events : affect and the construction of social action / David R. Heise.


Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1979.
ISBN 0521295440, 0521225396

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Subjects Afecto (Psicología)
Affect (Psychologie)
Affect (Psychology)
Affekt.
Emoties.
Interaction sociale -- Modèles mathématiques.
Interaktion.
Roles (Sociología)
Rôle social.
Social interaction -- Mathematical models.
Social role.
Sociale interactie.
Series Arnold and Caroline Rose monograph series in sociology.
Description x, 197 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-191) and index.
Contents 1. Affect control and situated action -- Definition of the situation -- Event recognition -- Affective response -- Fundamentals and transients -- Affective dynamics -- Construction of expectations -- Behavioral implementations -- Control mechanisms -- Interpersonal expansions -- Relations to other theories -- 2. Affective reactions -- Evaluation dynamics -- Potency and activity dynamics -- Current formulas -- The complexity of affective reaction -- Fundamentals -- 3. Event construction and retroduction -- Deflection -- Optimal acts -- Reidentification -- Mathematics in affect-control theory -- 4. Analyzing social processes -- Simulating memory -- Illustrative analyses -- Status of the predictions -- 5. Social roles -- Role analyses -- Relations to other role research -- 6. Current status of affect-control theory -- Appendix: Catalogs of social identities and interpersonal acts.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4503987
(OCoLC)ocm04503987
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WorldCat Identities Heise, David R.
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