Self presentation theory. chapter 4 practice quiz Flashcards 2019-02-27

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chapter 4 practice quiz Flashcards

self presentation theory

There are plenty of things that can go wrong with our performance which might betray the fact that we are not really the person who our act suggests that we are — we might lose bodily control slouch , or make mistakes with our clothing a scruffy appearance for example. Concerned with your weight, your parents gave you money whenever you went jogging. From this perspective the self is not some unchanging core of your being, but instead it is something you do, that you perform constantly, and there is good reason to think this is the case. Some people are naturally better at self-presentation—they enjoy doing it and are good at it—whereas others find self-presentation less desirable or more difficult. By advancing the interests of the manipulator, often at another's expense, such methods could be considered exploitative, abusive, devious, and deceptive.

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A Summary of Goffman's Presentation of Self

self presentation theory

For example, Americans tend to find tan skin attractive, but in Indonesian culture, pale skin is more desirable. If the important ends of an organization are to be met, it is sometimes necessary to use dirty means. Misrepresentation is an almost necessary part of performances. Individuals engage in complex self negotiations to project a desired impression to others. Illustrate your answer with a range of practical examples.

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Erving Goffman

self presentation theory

For one, we are more likely to self-present in some situations than in others. A Briefly describe the information processing model of consumer decision making. Identity Salience Model: A paradigm for integrating multiple identities in clinical practice. After self-labeling, minority group members evaluated these terms less negatively, reported feeling more powerful, and were also perceived by observers as more powerful. Co-operation may manifest itself as unanimity in demeanor and behavior or in the assumption of differing roles for each individual, determined by the desired intent in performance. Dramatic Realization People have to put their performances into action, which can be tricky. These questions can be answered only by looking at those around us.

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Self Presentation Flashcards

self presentation theory

He uses the example of a medical nurse as opposed to a surgical nurse. In other words, the theory is about how individuals wish to present themselves, but in a way that satisfies their needs and goals. To this point, we have seen, among other things, that human beings have complex and well-developed self-concepts and that they generally attempt to view themselves positively. Some people think involvement is just a mental feeling of people, but other researchers also commended that involvement as a factor provoking consumers in a special environment by recognition or personal interest that people create between content of persuading stimulus and their life to product Ghafelehbashi, Asadollahi and Nikfar, 2011; Wu, 2002. In order to do so, you must register.

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Self

self presentation theory

Adolescence and delinquency: The collective management of reputation. Goffman builds a perspective from metaphor that quells many mysteries of the self and its place in society. Downward social comparison occurs when we attempt to create a positive image of ourselves through favorable comparisons with others who are worse off than we are. As a result, people actively portray impressions that will elicit self-esteem enhancing reactions from others. Protective Practices Tact Regarding Tact Conclusion The Framework The Analytic Context We have Personality-Interaction-Society Comparisons and Study The Role of Expression in Conveying Impressions of the Self Staging and the Self. Handbook of Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology.

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The Social Self: The Role of the Social Situation

self presentation theory

Thus, impression management is also highly dependent on the situation. Inconsistency and contradiction between appearance and manner may occur and will confuse and upset an audience. Shared reality: How social verification makes the subjective objective. Self-Monitoring in Social Interaction: The Centrality of Self-Affect. Those self-images are very closely associated with personal characteristics, memories and experiences which are determinants of the influences of self-reference and involvement on consumer behavior. Psychological Review, 103 1 , 5-33.

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A Summary of Goffman's Presentation of Self

self presentation theory

Although some of this information seems to be sought almost as an end in itself, there are usually quite practical reasons for acquiring it. The objective of the performance is to provide the audience with an impression consistent with the desired goals of the actor. White and Lehman 2005 , for example, found that Asian Canadians made more upward social comparisons than did European Canadians, particularly following failures and when the opportunity to self-improve was made salient. The actor, shaped by the environment and target audience, sees interaction as a performance. Our posture affects our performance.

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Goffman: PSEL

self presentation theory

Self-presentational responses to success in the organization: The costs and benefits of modesty. Where things get really interesting for our present discussion is when those expectations start to become self-fulfilling prophecies, and our self-concept and even our behavior start to align with them. Health, coping and well-being: Perspectives from social comparison theory. Such as unofficial grumbling, guarded disclosure, and double-talk. Yet in the Midwest, being critical of commercial beef production would be a topic wise to avoid. The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life. But what forms do these social influences take? It is through this dramaturgical lens that Goffman establishes what becomes his primary contribution.

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Erving Goffman

self presentation theory

There are also some cultural differences in the extent to which people use self-presentation strategies in social contexts. Which of the strategies outlined in relation to self-evaluation maintenance theory did you engage in to rebuild your self-concept? With awe on one side and shame on the other. Low self-monitors were not sensitive to the status of the other. Heck, even the president has made news. For example, anxiety may be produced when an athlete is in the presence of spectators. The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life. Goffman deals with further concepts such as misrepresentation and mystification inside ordered interactions.

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