Community-Building Forces
For Community Classroom
part 1

Dr. Leon James
Dr. Diane Nahl
(c)1979

APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS (1.3)

PSYCHODYNAMICS (2.3)

COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT (3.3)

LIFESTYLE (4.3)

COMMUNITY AWAKENING (5.3)

THOUGHT AND LANGUAGE (1.3.a)

EVALUATION OR ASSESSMENT (2.3.a)

ANTI-ANONYMITY=OVERCOMING ROUTINE INTIMIDATION (3.3a)

MASS SOCIETY MODERNISM (4.3.a)

PROFESSIONALIZING THE SELF, EDUCATION AND GROWTH

PSYCHOLINGUISTIC APPROACH TO SOCIAL COMPETENCE (1.3b)

SHARED MENTAL WORLD OR IDEOLOGICAL CONTEXT (2.3.b)

DECISION-MAKING AND SPECIALIZATION (3.3.b)

CONSUMERISM (4.3.b)

AWARENESS OF COMMUNITY (5.3.b)

SOCIAL DATA=GENERATIONAL ANNOTATIONS (1.3.c)

STANDARDIZED IMAGININGS, INTERIOR DIALOG AND PERSONALITY (2.3.c)

TRANSACTIONAL ENGINEERING (3.3.c)

GROUPISM AND SEX ROLES

COMMUNITY-BUILDING (5.3.c)

PHASE II GLOSSARY CHART NO. 1.1

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: STUDYING COMMUNITY-BUILDING FORCES

1.0 SOCIAL ORGANIZATION: BONDING FORCES

1.1 SOCIODYNAMICS

Social Behaviorism(1.1.a) Access Rituals(1.1.b) Ingathering Activity(1.1.c)
Adaptation Level, Normalcy Signs and the Daily Round(1.1.a.1) Territoriality, Personal Space and Proxemics(1.1.b.1) Greetings, Smiling, Crowding and Huddling(1.1.c.1)
Situated Behavior=Behavior in Social Settings(1.1.a.2) Photographs, Awards, Momentoes and Registries(1.1.b.2) Field Forces, Cohesiveness and Collective Sensitivity(1.1.c.2)
Natural Generational Speech Communities and the Spontaneity Law of Discourse(1.1.a.3) Relationship Dynamics(1.1.b.3) The Law of Reward through Anticipation(1.1.c.3)
Socialization and Social Learning Theory(1.1.a.4) Ceremonies, Celebrations and Festivities(1.1.b.4) Intentional Communities, Social Utopias and Farm Schools(1.1.c.4)


PHASE II GLOSSARY CHART NO. 1.2

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: STUDYING COMMUNITY-BUILDING FORCES

1.0 SOCIAL ORGANIZATION: BONDING FORCES

1.2 COMMUNITY--CLASSROOM

Intentionality(1.2.a) Student-Run Field Laboratory(1.2.b) Methodological Issues(1.2.c)
Explicit Awareness of Common Goals, Shared Slogans and Collective Ideals(1.2.a.1) Empirical Investigation and the Logic of Discovery(1.2.b.1) Experimentalism, Psychophysics and Psychometrics(1.2.c.1)
Student as Citizen--Scientist: Dual Model of Higher Education(1.2.a.2) The Daily Round Archives(DRA)(1.2.b.2) Natural History Techniques of Sampling Social Data(1.2.c.2)
Self-Determinative Environmental Manipulation(1.2.a.3) Society's Witnesses: Objective and Subjective Reporting(1.2.b.3) Ethics in Research and Professional Affairs(1.2.c.3)
Affirmation, Commitment and Directionality(1.2.a.4) Information Science: Classifying, Indexing and Cataloguing(1.2.b.4) Empirical Taxonomies and Field Theory Graphs(1.2.c.4)


PHASE II GLOSSARY CHART NO. 1.3

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: STUDYING COMMUNITY-BUILDING FORCES

1.0 SOCIAL ORGANIZATION: BONDING FORCES

1.3 APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

Thought and Language(1.3.a) Psycholinguistic Approach to Social Competence(1.3.b) Social Data=Generational Annotations(1.3.c)
Sapir-Whorf, Korzibsky and Vygotsky(1.3.a.1) Daily Round Literacy: Oral and Written(1.3.b.1) Tradition and Culture Evolve Through Generational Annotations(1.3.c.1)
Argumentation Structure in Talk(1.3.a.2) Psycholinguistic Prompting Techniques, Forms and Models (1.3.b.2) Local Identity, Belongingness Depend on Generational Annotations(1.3.c.2)
Role Type in Transcript Analysis(1.3.a.3) Sociolinguistics, Ethnomethodology and Ethogeny(1.3.b.3) Social Presentation of Self and Face Work(1.3.c.3)
Register, Situated Language and Collective Thinking(1.3.a.4) Glossary Charts are Hierarchical Notation Systems (1.3.b.4) Collective Learning Curriculum is Generational(1.3.c.4)


PHASE II GLOSSARY CHART NO. 2.1

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: STUDYING COMMUNITY-BUILDING FORCES

2.0 SOCIAL ATTITUDES AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS: REVITALIZING FORCES

2.1 COGNITIVE PROCESSES

Forming and Managing Impressions (2.1.a) Causal Attributions in Talk(2.1.b) Ethnosemantics(2.1.c)
Appearance and First Impressions (2.1.a.1) Attribution Error(2.1.b.1) Socio-Psycho-Linguistics or Social Cognition (2.1.c.1)
Trait Check Lists and the Cluster Effect (2.1.a.2) Cognitive Dissonance and the Resolution of Incongruity (2.1.b.2) Life Space or Social Psychological Forces (2.1.c.2)
Stereotypes and Habits of Social Perception (2.1.a.3) Perceptual Identification and Categorization (2.1.b.3) Community-Cataloguing Practices(CCP's) (2.1.c.3)
Speculative Reality and the Law of Social Illusion (2.1.a.4) Be My SW or Methods of Overcoming Delusions (2.1.b.4) Reciprocally Ratified Recognitions(RRR's) (2.1.c.4)


PHASE II GLOSSARY CHART NO. 2.2

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: STUDYING COMMUNITY-BUILDING FORCES

2.0 SOCIAL ATTITUDES AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS: REVITALIZING FORCES

2.2 ETHNODYNAMICS

Intimacy and Joint Satisfaction of Cravings (2.2.a) Co-Habitation Dynamics(2.2.b) Communion and Sociality(2.2.c)
Fights, Making Up, and Amae (2.2.a.1) Pets and Roommates: Studying Dyadic Involvements(2.2.b.1) Attraction, Curiosity and Affiliation (2.2.c.1)
Solitary Secrets and Disoccasioned Unmentionables (2.2.a.2) Studying Daily Round Ethics: Nagging, Bugging, Borrowing and Lending (2.2.b.2) Altruism, Friendship, Solitude and Loneliness (2.2.c.2)
Psychologizing and The Junk Food Intimacy Principle (2.2.a.3) Dwelling and Dealing with the Family (2.2.b.3) Legitimizing is Conceding Rather than Winning (2.2.c.3)
Dyadic Topics, Intermittent Conversations and Disoccasioned Mentionables(2.2.a.4) Genealogy, Family Spirits, Ohana and Ho'oponopono (2.2.b.4) Mutality Leads to Self-Objectivity (2.2.c.4)


PHASE II GLOSSARY CHART NO. 2.3

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: STUDYING COMMUNITY-BUILDING FORCES

2.0 SOCIAL ATTITUDES AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS: REVITALIZING FORCES

2.3 PSYCHODYNAMICS

Evaluation and Assessment(2.3.a) Shared Mental World or the Ideological Context (2.3.b) Standardized Imaginings, Interior Dialog and Personality (2.3.c)
The Social Psychology of Education (2.3.a.1) Weltaanschaung and Zeitgeist (2.3.b.1) Cloze Procedure, Situational Predication and Reintegration (2.3.c.1)
Semantic Differential Technique and The Pollyana Hypothesis(2.3.a.2) Attitude Change, Propaganda and the Principle of Incredulity (2.3.b.2) Systematic Desensitization of Anxiety and Phobias (2.3.c.2)
Student Course Evaluations and the CFF (2.3.a.3) Neurosemantics, Semantic Satiation and the Law of Cross-Modality Transfer(2.3.b.3) The Authoritarian Personality and the Forces of Anti-Democracy(2.3.c.3)
Formative and Summative Evaluation Techniques (2.3.a.4) Discourse-Thinking Sentences(2.3.b.4) Bogardus Social Distance Scale and Social Tolerance (2.3.c.4)


PHASE II GLOSSARY CHART NO. 3.1

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: STUDYING COMMUNITY-BUILDING FORCES

3.0 GROUP DYNAMICS: ENHANCING FORCES

3.1 PSYCHOPOLITICS

Social Field Theory(3.1.a) Essentialism of the Individual Principle (3.1.b) Social Groups and Task Groups (3.1.c)
Field Theory of Social Settings and the Management of Dynamic Controls(3.1.a.1) Machiavellianism or the Delusion of Expediency over Inviolability(3.1.b.1) Layering of Interaction Networks through Communication Patterns (3.1.c.1)
Communication Theory: Message, Noise and Feedback(3.1.a.2) Socio-Legal Identity and Jurisprudence (3.1.b.2) Sociograms and Group Personality Types (3.1.c.2)
Mining Available(3.1.a.3) Compassion, Loving Kindness and Objectivity (3.1.b.3) Partnerships, Committees, Clubs and Minutes (3.1.c.3)
Beyond Dignity and Freedom with Social Engineering (3.1.a.4) Blank(3.1.b.4) Lobbying and Democratic Governing (3.1.c.4)


PHASE II GLOSSARY CHART NO. 3.2

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: STUDYING COMMUNITY-BUILDING FORCES

3.0 GROUP DYNAMICS: ENHANCING FORCES

3.2 COLLECTIVE LEARNING

Psycho-Economic Laws of Social Reinforcement (3.2.a) Collective Learning Pedagogy (3.2.b) Organicity and the Principle of Synchrony (3.2.c)
Formation of Organic Social Cells (3.2.a.1) Collective Mastery Criterion (3.2.b.1) Mining Human Potential and the Seven Cardinal Sins (3.2.c.1)
Distributive Justice and the Point System of Economics (3.2.a.2) Principles of Shaping Collective Behavior (3.2.b.2) Self-Determinative Consensus Management (3.2.c.2)
Motivational Dynamics and Money Thoughts (3.2.a.3) When is Cheating Creative Cooperative Behavior? (3.2.b.3) Logging Activities, Cognitive Atlas and Time (3.2.c.3)
Promoting Non-Sero-Zum Systems (3.2.a.4) Synergetics or the Clustering Principle in Work Dynamics (3.2.b.4) The Triadic Unit of Community (3.2.c.4)


PHASE II GLOSSARY CHART NO. 3.3

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: STUDYING COMMUNITY-BUILDING FORCES

3.0 GROUP DYNAMICS: ENHANCING FORCES

3.3 COMMUNITY-MANAGEMENT

Anti-Anonymity=Overcoming Routine Intimidation (3.3.a) Decision-Making and Specialization (3.3.b) Transactional Engineering(TE) (3.3.c)
Objectifying vs. Personalizing Anonymous Role Transactions(3.3.a.1) Appropriate Preparation=Expertise (3.3.b.1) Household Management Techniques (3.3.c.1)
Privacy, Anonymity, Censorship and Victimization (3.3.a.2) Structural vs. Functional Composition of Work Teams (3.3.b.2) Self-Determination of the Individual and the Tribal Self (3.3.c.2)
Secrecy, Forced Disclosure and Individual Rights (3.3.a.3) Information: Its Mining, Processing and Delivery (3.3.b.4) Studying Functional Features of Transactional Exchanges (3.3.c.3)
Obedience to Authority and Critical Judgment (3.3.a.4) Delegating Authority: The Messenger Hexagram (3.3.b.4) Saorogat is an Interpersonal Management Technique (3.3.c.4)

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