Joel Boykin

City: Warrensburg, Missouri
University: University of Missouri-Columbia

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Social Information Processing Theory: Chapter 11

CMC Computer-mediated communication; text-based messages, which filter out most nonverbal cues Social presence theory Suggests that CMC deprives users of the sense that another actual person is involved in the interaction; says communication in CMC becomes more impersonal, individualistic, and task-oriented Media richness theory classifies each communication medium according to the complexity of the messages […]

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SOCI Module CH 3/4

Which of the following concepts refers to a socially constructed category of people who share biologically transmitted traits that a society defines as important? a. ethnicity b. nationality c. race d. subculture race Scientists devised racial categories (including Caucasian, Negroid, and Mongoloid) at what point in history? a. about 1800 in the early era of […]

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Personality test 2

hereditarian position I have no patience with the hypothesis that babies are born pretty much alike, and that the sole agencies in creating differences between boy and boy, and man and man, are steady application and moral effort. It is in the most unqualified manner that I object to pretensions of natural equality. The experience […]

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Chapter 1 Health Test 🍎

The number of years that a person can expect to live is called _____ c. life expectancy Describe ways to recognize good physical, mental , physical, emotional health, and social health Mentally Alert List two behaviors that could move you toward wellness on the health continuum. Exercise & a healthy diet How could having to […]

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Culture and Communication

Relationship between culture and communication (3 approaches) -social scientific -interpretive -critical Social Scientific View (overview) -influenced by psychology and sociology -\”programming of the mind\” (Hofstede) -culture influences communication -cultural competence is more than just ‘doing what Romans do’ -(history, religion, geography) leads to (attitudes and values) leads to (behavior) Values Underlying Behavior (first type) -individualistic […]

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ch3

which one of the following best describes the purpose of multicultural education it provides equal education opportunities to all students Each of the following is a major component or element of culture except skin color which one of the following provides the best description of curriculum-based measurement testing the uses actual instructional material tolerance is […]

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APUSH CHAPTER 4 QUIZ

New England’s Freehold Society -1630 Puritans fled England to create yeoman society(=land owning families) -Small elite and nobles owned 75% land -Tenants(renters) property-less farmed -1750, increase in migration threatened freehold ideal. Farm Families: Women in Household economy -Women were subordinate to men/husbands -Women were helpmates of husbands -Women were in charge of domestic activities at […]

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Chapter 5 Socio Environmental Theories

Socio Environmental Theories address external factors and their interactions: people + environment-> HB->Health Outcome What are the 4 socioenvironmental theories Social Cognitive Theory, Social Network Theory, and Diffusion of Innovations, Social Marketing Social Cognitive Theory An interpersonal level theory , developed by Albert Bandura, the dynamic interaction btw people (personal factors), their behavior, and their […]

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Social Psychology – Ch. 9 Interpersonal Attraction

Interpersonal attraction The degree to which we like other individuals Levinger – five possible relationship stages 1. initial attraction 2. building a relationship 3. continuation 4. deterioration 5. ending Propinquity effect The more we see and interact with people, the more likely they are to become our friends Zajonc’s theory of repeated exposure – what […]

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Social Media Marketing Exam 2

Activity stream Activity streams are the news feeds or \”wall\” (as it’s known in Facebook) social networks use to establish an ongoing point of connection between network nodes. Alternate reality game (ARG) An ARG is a cross-media genre of interactive fiction using multiple delivery and communications media, including television, radio, newspapers, Internet, email, SMS, telephone, […]

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Ch.14 – Personality

Introduction to Personality and Psychodynamic Theories 14-1 What historically significant and current theories inform our understanding of personality? Personality is an individual’s characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting. Psychodynamic theories view personality from the perspective that behavior is a dynamic interaction between the conscious and unconscious mind. – These theories trace their origin to […]

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lauer__ch 08__race, ethnic groups, and racism

When one makes people of other races feel excluded and unimportant it is called ________. marginalization In 2009, how many Americans identified themselves as multiracial? 5.3 million While the United is considered a melting pot by some, others like to use the term _______. salad bowl Imposing a poll tax on black voters is an […]

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Chapter 18: The Victorians Make the Modern

Which figure was a major proponent of commercial domesticity in the nineteenth century? P.T. Barnum How did the large department stores of the nineteenth century attract middle-class women patrons? They offered tearooms and attentive services. How did working-class women gain access to the fine department stores in the United States in the nineteenth century? Working-class […]

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Chapter 17.1 History

Progressivism (began in the 1890s) movement in response to the social problems the arose form industrialization, urbanization, and immigration. The movement believed that new ideas and honest, efficient government could bring social justice. Still affects society today What types of people were in the Progressive Movement? All types. Everything from dissatisfied industrial workers to wealthy […]

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Sociology Semester Test Notes

Social Stratification Division of society into categories, ranks, or classes Social Inequality The inequal sharing of scarce resources and social rewards. Types of Stratification Systems Open: Movement between status Closed: movement within a status Caste: scarce resources and social rewards are distributed on the basis of ascribed statuses Endogamy: marriage within ones own social category […]

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BUE_Chap5

a The form of business that limits the liability of individuals for the risks involved in business activities is known as _____. a. corporation b. partnership c. joint proprietorship d. sole proprietorship d Legislators created a form of business called corporations because they thought that businesses could be more efficient in raising the capital necessary […]

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Marriage and Family Module 11

c 1. Between __________ percent of first marriages are likely to end in divorce. a. 5 to 10 b. 20 to 25 c. 40 to 50 d. 75 to 85 a 2. The crude divorce rate is a. the number of divorces per 1,000 population. b. the number of divorces per 1,000 married women over […]

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COM 251Quest Two

What is the link for SPT? Why is this link a problem? The link for this theory is cause & effect, and this is a problem because self-disclosure doesn’t always lead to closeness. According to Social Exchange Theory, what are the four states of relationships indicating whether people will stay or leave? The four states […]

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Social Work Final (Ch. 8, Ch. 10-14, Ch. 16)

Moving away from institutional care to community-based care for the mentally ill and developmentally disabled is commonly referred to as Deinstitutionalization Which type of prevention program works with adult children of alcoholics to prevent them from becoming an alcoholic? Secondary Which group in the U.S. has the highest suicide rate? Males over the age of […]

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Gergen’s "Social Saturation"

How is the self a product of our social circumstances? -He is a social constructionism -The self is a social construction, its something we develop through our experiences -The self has changed with technology G.H. Mead -The self is something that you do, a social process, you’re not born with it -3 aspects of the […]

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Chapters 5, 6, and 7 social

social interaction the ways in which people respond to one another, whether face-to-face or over the telephone or on the computer social structure 5 elements: statuses, social roles, groups, social networks, and social institutions. these 5 elements make up the social structure ascribed status assigned to a person by society without regard for the person’s […]

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Chapter 8: Social Media and Information Systems

Q1: What is a social media information system(SMIS) ? … Q2: How do SMIS advance organizational strategy? … Q3: How do SMIS increase social capital? … Q4: What roles do SMIS play in the hyper-social organization? … Q5: How do some companies earn revenue from social media? … Q6: How can companies manage the risk […]

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