Citations with the tag: EMOTIONS (Psychology) -- Sociological aspects
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- SOCIAL HISTORY UPDATE: SOCIOLOGY OF EMOTION.
Searns, Peter N. // Journal of Social History; Spring89, Vol. 22 Issue 3
Presents updates researches of the sociology of emotions. Synthesis on the emotional trend through historical framework; Problems of personal authenticity on the job; Recognition of family as an emotional haven.
- "Effects of Specific, Nonconscious Emotion Primes on Behavior".
Zemack-Rugar, Yael; Bettman, James R.; Fitzsimons, Gavan J. // Advances in Consumer Research; 2007, Vol. 34, p583
An abstract of the presentation “Effects of Specific, Nonconscious Emotion Primes on Behavior,” by Yael Zemack-Rugar, James R. Bettman and Gavan J. Fitzsimons is presented.
- Guest Editors' Introduction.
Dobreva-Martinova, Tzvetanka; Strickland, Lloyd // Journal of Russian & East European Psychology; Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p3
Presents an introduction to the September 01, 2004 issue of the periodical "Journal of Russian and East European Psychology."
- The Jamaican body's role in emotional experience and sense perception: Feelings, hearts, minds,...
Sobo, E.J. // Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry; Sep96, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p313
Examines emotion's existence as felt bodily experience in Jamaicans. Exploration of culturally constructed perception; Intersection between emotional and physical health; Distinction between feeling and emotion; Sensation and perception.
Kurtz, Irma // Cosmopolitan; Oct93, Vol. 215 Issue 4, p58
Presents answers to several questions concerning emotional dilemmas. Boyfriend's fantasy of sex with two women; Lover's abandonment of woman and child; Discovery of roommate's homosexuality; More.
- Embracing your inner 'middle path'.
Kimmel, Michael // Gay & Lesbian Times; 6/25/2009, Issue 1122, p39
The article discusses the significance of balance between the id and the superego condition of individuals.
- Are �We� More Punitive than �Me�? Self-Construal Styles, Justice-Related Attitudes, and Punitive Judgments.
Gollwitzer, Mario; B�cklein, Katrin // Social Justice Research; Dec2007, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p457
Cross-cultural as well as procedural justice research suggests that an interdependent self-construal is connected to more justice-related concerns, more moral outrage following observed unethical behavior, and a preference for effective but constructive sanctions. Independent self-construal, on...
- An Authentic Test for Our Children: Ten Common Principles in a Time of Grief.
Silva, Peggy // Phi Delta Kappan; May2004, Vol. 85 Issue 9, p707
Presents advice on helping students face emotional difficulties such as the death of a classmate. Importance of using the mind during a memorial ceremony; Assessment of students on their performance of real tasks; Views on the capabilities of students.
- The experiences of ataques de nervios: Towards an anthropology of emotions in Puerto Rico.
Guarnaccia, Peter J.; Rivera, Melissa // Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry; Sep96, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p343
Studies the cultural influences behind `ataque de nervios,' an idiom of distress used by Puerto Ricans and other Latinos to express dislocations in the social world of the family. Insights from Puerto Rican culture and mental health practice; Loss of control in emotional expressions, bodily...
- the subtest HEAD SHOT.
Salzer, Beeb // TD&T: Theatre Design & Technology; Winter2008, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p9
The article discusses how jealousy is triggered in the human brain. He notes that men and women have different inciting factors by explaining that men get jealous from lack of physical connection while women do from lack of emotional contact. The author claims that having emotions such as...
- Sociological Ambivalence: The Case of East European Peasant-Immigrant Workers in America, 1880s-1930s.
Morawska, Ewa // Qualitative Sociology; Fall87, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p225
The paper develops an understanding of the tensions experienced by East European immigrants by drawing on the concept of "sociological ambivalence": being pulled in cognitively and emotionally opposed directions generated by the social situations in which the actors are located. Using a variety...
- How I Became a Clinical Sociologist.
Johnson, Beverley Cuthbertson // Handbook of Clinical Sociology; 2001, p419
Presents a narrative of how the author became a clinical sociologist. Information on how the wisdom of clinical sociology developed within the author; Commitment of the author in the sociology of emotions; Ways clinical sociologists facilitate individuals and the community.
- Chapter 2: The Grief Process.
Johnson, Beverley Cuthbertson // Living Through Loss; 2006, p37
Chapter 2 of the book "Living Through Loss: Interventions Across the Life Span" is presented. It explores the five stages of dying like shock and denial, anger, resentment and guilt, bargaining, depression and adjustment or acceptance. It highlights the phases of grief model, such as avoidance,...
- A feel-good lift for less.
Attenberg, Jami // Self; Sep2004, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p158
Provides approaches on how to seek emotional counseling experts. Reference to an area university for senior students who are studying counseling; Applicability of Local Support link in seeking inexpensive alternatives; Assistance from employers regarding confidential counseling program.
- Measuring general dispositions to feeling empathy and distress.
Oceia, Luis; L�pez-P�rez, Bel�n; Ambrona, Tamara; Fern�ndez, Irene // Psicothema; May2009, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p171
The Vicarious Experience Scale (VES) is a new measure aimed at measuring the disposition to feeling empathy and personal distress. In Study I, participants completed the VES along with the classic measure of Interpersonal Reactivity Index (IRI). In Studies 2 and 3, participants observed the case...
- Help! My Co-worker Is Psycho.
Oceia, Luis; L�pez-P�rez, Bel�n; Ambrona, Tamara; Fern�ndez, Irene // Black Enterprise; Aug2012, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p36
The article focuses on the tendency of co-workers to be almost a psychopath by being manipulative according to James Silver and Ronald Schouten, authors of "Almost A Psychopath: Do I (or Does Someone I Know) Have a Problem With Manipulation and Lack of Empathy?" Silver defines psychopath as one...
- BUDDY UP FOR A LAUGH.
Oceia, Luis; L�pez-P�rez, Bel�n; Ambrona, Tamara; Fern�ndez, Irene // Shape; May2009, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p35
The article discusses the results of a study, published in the journal "Science," which indicated that happiness is communicable. Seeing a cheerful neighbor regularly was found to improve one's chances of happiness by some 25%. James Fowler, one of the study's co-authors, is quoted discussing...
- At this stage in life, to start or not, to start a business.
Karlen, Andrew N. // Westchester County Business Journal; 6/25/2007, Vol. 46 Issue 26, p27
The article provides business perspective on deciding whether launching one's business is right for them in New York. It asserted that business will be an expression of their own values, and passion must merge with practicality. It stated that it is essential to have a clear vision of who their...
- THE UNSOUND AND THE FURY.
Smith, H. Allen // Saturday Evening Post; 3/9/1963, Vol. 236 Issue 9, p62
Relates peculiar incidents that could enrage individuals. Story of a lady named Rachel Peden who gets the shudders from the sound of someone trying to eat an apple quietly; Reports on fight manager Deacon Jack Hurley's response to a man smoking a pipe; Provocation of cold fury by pigeons.
- Life's curve balls require good coping skills.
MacDougall, Jonna Kane // Indiana Lawyer; 4/14/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p8
The author offers tips on how to cope with the misfortunes of life which include to enable oneself in expressing those emotions and seek help from others.
- The Emotional Dimensions of a Teacher's Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Influences on Content, Curriculum, and Pedagogy.
McCaughtry, Nate // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education; Jan2004, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p30
Although teachers' knowledge of student emotion is not typically integrated into studies of teachers' pedagogical content knowledge, this study uses the philosophy of emotion, recent teacher knowledge research, and a case study of one middle-school physical education teacher to illustrate the...
- Efficacy, Emotions and the Habit of Participation.
Valentino, Nicholas; Gregorowicz, Krysha; Groenendyk, Eric // Political Behavior; Sep2009, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p307
Political behavior is triggered by the presence of a variety of material and cognitive resources, including political efficacy. The dominant view conceptualizes efficacy as capital, used to overcome obstacles to participation. Our theory suggests that unlike other resources, efficacy aids in the...
- Taking Threat Seriously: Prejudice, Principle, and Attitudes Toward Racial Policies.
Suthammanont, Christina; Peterson, David; Owens, Chris; Leighley, Jan // Political Behavior; Jun2010, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p231
Drawing from group theories of race-related attitudes and electoral politics, we develop and test how anxiety influences the relative weight of prejudice as a determinant of individuals� support for racial policies. We hypothesize that prejudice will more strongly influence the racial policy...
- Catching Happiness.
Suthammanont, Christina; Peterson, David; Owens, Chris; Leighley, Jan // Massage & Bodywork; Spring/Summer2009 Body Sense, p4
The article emphasizes the positive impact of happy people on the people around them. Results of a research conducted by the scientists at Harvard University of California in San Diego, California show that people can catch and pass happiness from friends and family. People who are exposed to...
- Psyche and Life.
Bekhterev, V. M. // Journal of Russian & East European Psychology; Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p7
The article presents information on an analysis of the data offered by modern science to answer questions about the relationship between an organism's psychic and material processes and between its psychic processes and vital manifestations. The internal world of man--referred to as the soul or...
- PERCEIVING EMOTION IN THE BUYER--SELLER INTERCHANGE: THE MODERATED IMPACT ON PERFORMANCE.
Kidwell, Blair; McFarland, Richard G.; Avila, Ramon A. // Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management; Spring2007, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p119
This research focuses on the salesperson's ability to perceive emotions in the buyer--seller interaction. Drawing on the emotional ability literature, the authors develop hypotheses within a conceptual framework of salespeople's ability to perceive the emotions of customers, and examine how this...
- ALTERING the future.
Rappleyea, Damon L.; Munk, Adam C. // Reclaiming Children & Youth; Spring2008, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p37
A key developmental task of adolescence is to learn to manage emotions in socially appropriate ways. Some traumatized youth have great difficulty responding to complex, confusing emotions and get bogged down in self-defeating cycles. This article describes an approach grounded in narrative...
- Qualitative study of an intervention for depression among patients with diabetes: how can we optimize patient�professional interaction?
Gask, Linda; Ludman, Evette; Schaefer, Judith // Chronic Illness; Sep2006, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p231
Objectives: To describe the communication between the depression care specialist (DCS) nurses and patients with both depression and diabetes in an intervention study. Our aims were to inform both the quantitative findings of the present trial and the design of future primary care intervention...
- THE SOCIALIZATION OF EMOTIONS.
Saari, Carolyn // Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal; Fall86, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p194
The article reviews the book "THE SOCIALIZATION of EMOTIONS," edited by Michael Lewis and Carolyn Saarni.
- Gay and No Place to Go: Assessing the Needs of Gay and Lesbian Adolescents in Out-of-Home Care Settings.
Mallon, Gary // Child Welfare; Nov/Dec92, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p547
The article presents the author's views on various factors that can aid making placement a good experience for the gay youth. In the author's opinion, the gay and lesbian adolescents are and have been in out-of-home care settings, whether they are self-declared or in the throes of sexual...
- An Alternative to Bureaucratic Impersonality and Emotional Labor: Bounded Emotionality at The Body Shop.
Martin, Joanne; Knopoff, Kathleen; Beckman, Christine // Administrative Science Quarterly; Jun98, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p429
Using qualitative data from a large, successful private sector corporation (The Body Shop International), which was managed and staffed by an unusually high proportion of women, this paper questions whether norms of impersonality need be a defining characteristic of large organizations. We also...
- The Approach and Avoidance Function of Guilt and Shame Emotions: Comparing Reactions to Self-Caused and Other-Caused Wrongdoing.
Schmader, Toni; Lickel, Brian // Motivation & Emotion; Mar2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p42
Although theory suggests that guilt motivates approach tendencies and shame motivates avoidance tendencies, research has not always supported these relationships. The present study examined the degree to which shame and guilt are uniquely predictive of avoidance and approach motives,...
- Emotion and Environment: Visitors' Extraordinary Experiences along the Dalton Highway in Alaska.
Farber, Mary E.; Hall, Troy E. // Journal of Leisure Research; 2007 2nd Quarter, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p248
To assess how the natural environment and social interaction foster emotional outcomes, this study surveyed recreational visitors to the Dalton Highway in northern Alaska (258 guided visitors, 187 independent travelers) about a special experience they had, the factors that influenced it, and the...
- EFFECTS OF INCONGRUENCE BETWEEN THE PERCEIVED SELF AND THE IDEAL SELF ON EMOTIONAL STABILITY OF STRIPTEASERS.
Farber, Mary E.; Hall, Troy E. // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal; 1989, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p81
Self evaluations are made with reference to the perceived self and the ideal self. In the present research, an attempt was made to determine the extent to which low or high self discrepancy between the perceived self and ideal self of stripteasers affected their emotional stability. It examined...
- Passion is Required for a Winning Culture.
Jamail, Nathan // American Salesman; Dec2011, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p3
The article offers helpful tips for leaders and individuals to make passion an important part of their culture. These include doing something one loves so that passion can create value for customers and gain revenue for the organization and making passion a job requirement by finding a role for...
- TOUCH: It's Not Just in Your Hands.
Bruder, Leslie // Massage Magazine; Dec2006, Issue 127, p46
In this article, the author urges masseurs not only to be dexterous with their hands but also to be emphatic and compassionate listeners to their clients. The author suggests that masseurs should try to hear the other person's thoughts or emotions, which includes understanding nonverbal...
- Don't Worry, Be Angry: UC Berkeley Marketing Study Shows Angry Negotiators Walk out With a Better Deal.
Bruder, Leslie // Ascribe Newswire: Medicine; 12/7/2009, p1
The article cites a study conducted by researcher Teck-Hua Ho and his wife Eduardo Andrade Ho, which found that people strategically game emotions to achieve the desired outcome of a negotiation. In the study, which was published in the December 2009 issue of "The Journal of Consumer Research,"...
- News na�vet�: Will we sort the faux from the facts?
Hetrick, Bruce // Indianapolis Business Journal; 8/24/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 25, p34A
In this article the author discusses the various definitions of naivety based on several circumstances that he has witnessed. He mentions about a friend in his school days who is too gullible and trusting that even the most absurd stories she would believe to be true and the comment made by...
- Sentido y pr�ctica de la intimidad masculina. Una mirada desde los hombres.
Sierra, Salvador Cruz // Sociol�gica; may-ago2011, Vol. 26 Issue 73, p183
This article presents a reflection about the conceptualization of intimacy and the meaning men develop about it. The author observes how this feeling is instrumentalized and handled in interpersonal relationships. This makes it possible to consider experiences of male intimacy as products and...
- CHAPTER VI: WHAT HE THOUGHT OF THINGS.
Riddle, A. G. // Bart Ridgeley: A Story of Northern Ohio; 3/1/2006, p21
Chapter 6 of the book "Bart Ridgeley: A Story of Northern Ohio," by A.G. Riddle is presented. It describes the young man's love for a young woman who has different social status from him. It also highlights how a young man is longing for the love and sympathy of a woman but he cannot express...
- State space grids: Analyzing dynamics across development.
Hollenstein, Tom // International Journal of Behavioral Development; Jul2007, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p384
Developmentalists are generally interested in systems perspectives and this is reflected in the theoretical models of the past decade. However, the methodological tools to test these models are either nonexistent or difficult for many researchers to use. This article reviews the state space grid...
- Distinct Emotions, Distinct Domains: Anger, Anxiety and Perceptions of Intentionality.
Petersen, Michael Bang // Journal of Politics; Apr2010, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p357
Drawing on recent work in evolutionary psychology, anxiety and anger are argued to be distinct emotions operating in the domains of hazards and morality, respectively. Based on this distinction, it is predicted and demonstrated that the effect of anger on criminal justice opinions (and another...
- Reflections on Puella.
Applewhite, James // Southern Review; Winter1985, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p214
The article presents information on the book "Puella." Though "Puella" in its diversity (including, along with poems of nature identification, others dealing with piano playing, dancing, and the art of tapestry) resists simplification into a single developmental sequence, there is, for me at...
- Historians Take Note: Motivation = Emotion.
MacMullen, Ramsay // Diogenes; 2004, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p19
The article discusses differences between thought and action, and motivation and emotions. According to the author there is a way in which our mind thinks and we don't see our feelings in ordinary terms. Opposing forces or alternatives are always there. Economic history talks about the model of...
- 4 Yummy Ways to Be Naughty.
Gerstung, Rebecca Sample // Cosmopolitan; Jun2004, Vol. 236 Issue 6, p181
The article discusses ways to relaxation. You stagger through the door after work, your feet aching and your mind buzzing. Instead of tackling the mail or the dirty dishes in the sink, peel off your clothes and slip into something soft and so lightweight it feels like air, such as a camisole and...
- No slapping, we're British.
Gerstung, Rebecca Sample // New Statesman; 7/12/2004, Vol. 133 Issue 4696, p7
Mentions British angst about slapping their children. Reference to an amendment to the Children Bill; European countries that ban spanking; Suggestion that Latin American culture is more comfortable with physical expression than British and northern European cultures.
- Character Education: BETTER STUDENTS BETTER PEOPLE.
Gerstung, Rebecca Sample // Education Digest; Mar2010, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p47
A reprint of the article "Character Education: BETTER STUDENTS BETTER PEOPLE," edited by Maurice Elias, which appeared in the "NJEA Review" journal, is presented. The article discusses how social-emotional and character development (SECD) is a combination of both social and emotional learning...
- Positioning Hate.
Blee, Kathleen // Journal of Hate Studies; 2003/2004, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p95
Focuses on the sociology of emotions and sociological studies of racial hatred and ethnoviolence. Role of Role of hate in practices of intergroup conflict and tension; Organization of social movements to oppose social advancement of women and other racial minorities; Effect of applying hatred on...
- COGNITIVE AND SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES ON SURPRISE.
Adhami, Mundher // Mathematics Teaching; Jan2007, Issue 200, p34
The author reflects on the role of surprise in mathematics classrooms. The cognitive and social aspects of surprise was observed by the author in the IMP06. According to the author, surprise is a cognitive psychological state that can also be engineered when the subject belonged to a group of...
- The emotive causes of recurrent international conflicts.
Long, William J.; Brecke, Peter // Politics & the Life Sciences; Mar2003, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p24
Many international conflicts are recurrent, and many of these are characterized by periods of violence, including wars, that are hard to describe as planned products of rational decision-making. Analysis of these conflicts according to rational-choice international-relations theory or...