Unit 1 Key Vocab

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Heirarchial
System of organisation ranked from top to bottom
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Socialisation
Process by which we learn the rules and norms of society through socialising agents
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Socialising Agents
People that teach us the norms of society, such as parents and teachers
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Moral Strain
Experiencing anxiety because you have been asked to do something that goes against your moral judgement
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Social Influence
When a persons behaviour, attitudes and emotions are affected by those of another
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Intergroup Conflict
Conflict between groups
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Intragroup Conflict
Conflict within a group
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Obedience
The act of doing as told and following instructions from a person in a position of authority, a public change that is easy to study
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Conformity
Changing beliefs or opinions to "fit in" with a group, a private and individual change that is difficult to study
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Social Norms
Unspoken rules that people conform to. If they do not conform then there is a negative impact
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Explicit Social Norms
Spoken or written rules for behaviour (school dress codes)
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Implicit Social Norms
Unspoken rules for behaviour (looking forward in a lift)
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Ethnocentrism
Belief that ones ethnic group is superior to another
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conservatism
Belief in tradition and social order with dislike for change
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Anti-democratic
Views that oppose the fair election of government and majority rule
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Stereotype
An overgeneralised belief about someone or something typically based on limited information
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Discrimination
Actively excluding someone or a group from things they are entitled to
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Superordinate Goals
Goals that can only be achieved through cooperation and working together
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