Social Psychology: A Sociological Perspective
This book features sociology's contribution to social psychology, and involves the inclusion of symbolic interactionism—the most important sociological theory in the field. Each chapter is written to illustrate how other people influence our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Specific chapter topics include Socialization, The Self, Person Perception, Attitudes and Attitude Change, Interpersonal Relationships, Altruism and Moral Development, Aggression, Prejudice, Groups and Organizations, and Collective Behavior and Social Movements. For a comprehensive understanding of how other people influence our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Specifications of Social Psychology: A Sociological Perspective
|Author||Christine M. Von Der Haar|
|Number Of Pages||512|
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