Social relationship in middle and late adolescence

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10 Jul 2017

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Social relationship in middle and late adolescence

  1. Social Relationship • is a broad definition of how we interact and behave with other people, and how they interact and behave with us.
  2. Social Relationship • What differentiates personal relationship with social relationship is the degree of intimacy and vulnerability we offer to other people.
  3. Social Relationship • In social relationships, we learn to cooperate with others in achieving a common objective.
  4. Social Relationship • The more intimate and vulnerable we are with another, the more personal our relationship is with this person.
  5. • Social influences are things that change people’s behavior, belief and attitude as a result of an action of another person or group. There are several varieties of social influence:
  6. Compliance • is when a person seems to agree and follows what is requested or required of him or her to do or believe in, but does not necessarily have to really believe or agree to it.
  7. Identification • is when a person is influenced by someone he or she likes or looks up to, like a movie star, a social celebrity or a superhero.
  8. Internalization • is when a person is able to own a certain belief or act, and is willing to make it known publicly and privately.
  9. Conformity • is a type of social influence that involves a change in behavior, belief or thinking to be like others to obtain their friendship and acceptance.
  10. Conversion • occurs when an individual whole heartedly changes his or her original thinking and beliefs, actions, and attitudes to align with and accept those of the other members of a group.
  11. Minority • happens when a bigger number of people are influenced by a much smaller number of people to accept the minority’s way of looking at and doing things.
  12. Reactance • is a reverse reaction to some social influence that is being imposed by a person or a group on another to accept a certain belief, behavior or attitude.
  13. Obedience • is a another form of social influence that involves someone in a position or authority.
  14. Persuasion • is used by one person or group to influence others to change their beliefs, actions, or attitudes by appealing to reason or emotion.