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Social Interaction

  1. 1. Social Interaction From the book: Psychology by Henry Gleitman Part three, chapter 12
  2. 2. Introduction - Who’s talking? • Matthijs Roumen, 21, from The Netherlands • Student Communication & Multimedia Design • Erasmus student at Anadolu University from sept. 07 untill feb. 08.
  3. 3. Social Interaction - different kind of interactions • One-on-one interaction • Many-on-one interaction • One-on-many interaction • Many-on-many interaction
  4. 4. Social Interaction - different kind of interactions • One-on-one interaction (normal conversation) • Many-on-one interaction (influence from many-on-one) • One-on-many interaction (leadership) • Many-on-many interaction (demonstration)
  5. 5. Social Interaction - different kind of interactions • One-on-one interaction
  6. 6. Social Interaction - one-on-one interaction • The way people deal with others is social exchange. • It’s about giving and taking. • Also called the reciprocity principle. • A favor for a favor, a gift for a gift, a smile for a smile.
  7. 7. Social Interaction - reciprocity & persuasion • The feeling to repay. • Manipulated to say yes (Hare Krishna Society example).
  8. 8. Social Interaction - reciprocal-consession effect • Second offer is smaller then first offer. • Example: request unpaid volunteer for 2 years. • Example: request to accompany boys or girls from juvenile detention center to a 2 hour zoo trip, once. • 50% agreed with second offer after first. 17% agreed with second offer without offer 1. • Door-in-the-face technique.
  9. 9. Social Interaction - The bystander effect • Large group, less action. • Individuals act faster. • but why?!
  10. 10. Social Interaction - The bystander effect • Ambiguity: People don’t know exactly what’s going on. • Pluralistic ignorance: See that others don’t act. Thinking everything is ok. • Leads to a diffusion of responsibility. • Example: Kitty Genovese tragedy, 1964, New York.
  11. 11. Social Interaction - The bystander effect
  12. 12. Questions? • Slides on http://turkije.mroumen.com and http://log.mroumen.com

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