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““Social Mores”Social Mores”
“Social Mores” as
social conventions—
--for social life.
Friday, April 7th
2000
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““Social Mores”Social Mores”
A Multifaceted Meaning - Social Mores:
• Good mental health values expressed openly…
• Mani...
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Multifaceted “Social Mores”Multifaceted “Social Mores”
• Good mental health values expressed …
– In city, county, and st...
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ManifestationManifestation of “Social Mores”of “Social Mores”
• Manifestation of intrinsic positive moral codes…
– e.g.,...
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PositivePositive “Social Mores”“Social Mores”
• Extrinsically positive social customs and
norms:
– e.g., in ‘Town Hall’ ...
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A LifestyleA Lifestyle of “Social Mores”of “Social Mores”
• Living a life and lifestyle of Social Mores:
– General healt...
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“Social Mores” : Examples
Some Examples of ‘Social Mores’---
• Social etiquette (U.S.A.)
– Starting a group meal at a ta...
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“Social Mores”
“Social Mores” as
social conventions-
--for social life.
Friday, April 7th
2000
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Social Mores - Sociology 101

Social Mores as Social Conventions for Social Life - KEY WORDS: Unequally yoked, equally yoked, introduction to social-psychology, civil identity, violation of social mores, deviancy, deviancies, social mores, equallyoked, equallyokedtarian, equallyokedtariaism, dyadic psychology, sociology 101, marriage, family, and child psychology, sociocultural anthropology, human ecology.

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Social Mores - Sociology 101

  1. 1. 1 ““Social Mores”Social Mores” “Social Mores” as social conventions— --for social life. Friday, April 7th 2000
  2. 2. 2 ““Social Mores”Social Mores” A Multifaceted Meaning - Social Mores: • Good mental health values expressed openly… • Manifestation of intrinsic positive moral codes… – e.g., positive existential/spiritual ideologies, • Extrinsically positive social customs and norms: – Proper social conduct and manners, – Polite meaningful social ettiquette, and… – Positive social standards of behaviours • Acceptable health habits that comprise a ‘healthy lifestyle’ and are binding for optimal wellness and longevity yet differ according to individual group. - The New Millennium Social Psychology
  3. 3. 3 Multifaceted “Social Mores”Multifaceted “Social Mores” • Good mental health values expressed … – In city, county, and state governments meetings, the people who ‘are present’ are expected to/and free to ‘express’ their own personal views about psychological wellness or wellbeing in connection with an issue up for vote. – The governmental officials are indeed obligated to document their precise ‘position’ on the matters in terms of psychological health and wellbeing and the issue which ‘the people’ are giving their opinions about. - The New Millennium Social Psychology
  4. 4. 4 ManifestationManifestation of “Social Mores”of “Social Mores” • Manifestation of intrinsic positive moral codes… – e.g., positive existential/spiritual ideologies, – Whether its an open city, county, or state governmental meeting; it is mandatory for elected leaders, representatives of office, and attended ‘residents’ to express all facets of the issue up for vote - including ‘intrinsic positive moral codes.’ • Social mores includes the manifestation of intrinsically positive moral codes or spiritual ideologies as a duty to the community. This includes ‘charities, clubs, organizations, public meetings -‘the people’, and ‘it’s governmental leaders’ too - in the media. - The New Millennium Social Psychology
  5. 5. 5 PositivePositive “Social Mores”“Social Mores” • Extrinsically positive social customs and norms: – e.g., in ‘Town Hall’ Meetings- the standard of social mores in the community is: • Proper social conduct and manners, • Polite meaningful social etiquette, and… • Positive social standards of behaviors • Social mores includes the exercise of extrinsically positive social customs and norms whatever the community. - The New Millennium Social Psychology
  6. 6. 6 A LifestyleA Lifestyle of “Social Mores”of “Social Mores” • Living a life and lifestyle of Social Mores: – General health values that are expressed in healthy living In a community. – Specific health habits in a family or neighbourhood that comprise a ‘healthy lifestyle.’ – Acceptable wellness norms that Healthy lifestyle and longevity. • A ‘social mores’ is a binding promise for optimal wellness and longevity yet differ according to an individual family within a variety of groups. - The New Millennium Social Psychology
  7. 7. 7 “Social Mores” : Examples Some Examples of ‘Social Mores’--- • Social etiquette (U.S.A.) – Starting a group meal at a table only after the ‘host & hostess’ are seated/sitting and moderate the meal… – Sharing a prayer related to the food, group, and… – Express a sense of positive affect/ providing positive atmosphere about the reason for the social gathering. • Social decorum – Wearing the hair combed while at the table, – Wearing shirt (and shoes) before sitting down to eat, – Wearing a smile right to the end of the ‘family meal’. - Introduction to Social Psychology
  8. 8. 8 “Social Mores” “Social Mores” as social conventions- --for social life. Friday, April 7th 2000 Introduction to SociologyIntroduction to Sociology PsychologyPsychology Home work Is Due!Home work Is Due!

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