Social psychology (The individual (The Human Being Has Body and Soul (The…
The Human Being Has Body and Soul
The constitution of man is divided into two:
a soul, the principle of movement of every living being, what is different from that of other living beings since it is endowed with intelligence.
in a physical body subject to the biological laws of all living beings
The Human Being is Individual
It is different from all other members of the human species
The Search for Good. The happiness
Being rational has an inclination towards spiritual good that also seeks its perfection with the search for its personal and integral development in order to reach its yearning here on earth: happiness
The Human Being is Social
He needs the help and care of other beings of his kind
science of conflict between the individual and society
Predecessors of the discipline
Predecessors from the sociological perspective in Europe
Among the predecessors: Comte, Marx, Simons
19th century sociological ancestors in Europe
Three nineteenth-century European sociologists appear as keys: Gabriel Tarde, Gustavo Le Bon and Emilio Durkeim.
Predecessors of the psychological perspective in Europe
Ancestors: Ehrenfels, Wertheimer, Koffka, Kruger, Kohler.
The links that mediate the influence of the social structure on the interaction
The social structure in which the interaction takes place.
The psychological processes by means of which, the social determinants influence the individual persons, which in short are the ones that make the interaction possible
It is a large number of human beings who work together to meet their social needs and share a common culture
Provides systematic and adequate means of communication
Provide a status system and classes
Saves time and energy of individuals
It brings people together in time and space making mutual human relationships possible.
Personal Social Value
Status that is obtained in society or in secondary groups, in which the so-called social stratification is clearly verified
Personal social evaluation, given by the primary groups
The common good
it includes the sum or the sociological integration of whatever there is of activity, material prosperity and wealth of the spirit, wisdom, moral rectitude, justice, friendship, happiness, virtue and heroism in individual lives
Attitudes and Attitudinal Change
cognitive component which is the way in which an object, event or situation is perceived
The affective component of an attitude consists of feelings or emotions
The behavioral component is the tendency or willingness to act in a certain way with reference to an object, event or situation
The Social Adaptation
they must be interpreted in the medium in which the subject is related, in addition to how are the relationships established with that medium