Introduction Attribution Theory has played a big part in social-psychological research. Unfortunately, the term attribution is confusing. According to one meaning, forming an attribution is making a dispositional/ personality inference from behavior; according to another meaning, forming an attribution is giving an explanation. The focus of this paper is on the comparison of Kelley’s covariation theory and Jones and Davis correspondent inference theory. Approaching from a perspective almost the same as that of Jones and Davis.
The industrial revolution was an awesome period in history. The entire world was beginning to realize the potential for resources and manufacturing and Britain was in the lead. This revolution truly changed the world, modified society, and uplifted democratic governments across the world. Great Britain and the rest of the world were never truly the same after the greatest revolution in history since the agricultural one, hundreds of thousands of years ago. Revolution is a rapid push for change within government, culture, and society.
Thus by comparing ourselves to other we re-evaluate our own identity and ultimately achieve affirmation. It is important however to realise that social comparison can then take place in either upward or downward comparison. (). Social media is in essence driven by social comparison. Balick claims that this is the nature of the social network, as in many ways it “aids and “abets a superficial way of judging both others and the self.”” (Balick).
Machines came into existence to simplify the art. In the immediate years, before the war the modern designers had started to increase and just after the war, societies industrialized. Between the wars there was a period of a comfortable modern life filled with new technologies, new experiments and new possibilities. The war bought dynamic changes into people’s lives and thoughts. With the growth of modern design and its acceptance in the society new schools were brought up to teach the technology and industrial materials.
LITERATURE In this chapter, a socio-psychological perspective of the concept of community is introduced. Community is discussed and defined, as it relates to the process of integration, using various social science literature and case studies. The focus is on the most influential and community-centred studies of sociologist Graham Day (2006) and social psychologists David McMillan and David Chavis (1986). In their investigations, they identify the components involved in creating a strong sense of community. Also, the context of introversion will be explored because personality plays a role in people’s feelings of connectedness with others.
Today, a lot of people need the information from the internet because it is the easiest and fastest way to find information. Another benefits of the internet is making profit online. People take advantage of the internet as their source of income. And the most commonly used benefits of the internet is socializing. The internet helps us make a lot of things easier.
Nowadays the change is due to the progress of science and technology, the popularization and intelligence of electronic products, making people communicate with each other more smoothly and quickly. The application and popularization of computer network is to shrink the whole world into a small display screen. The world is at your fingertips, and the content it spreads is varied and instant, and China 's real-time profile is very
Also, introduction of this new technology has not only enhanced Mass Communication but also challenges the traditional concept of Mass Communication where according to the old definition, the source of Mass Communication message was defined as a large organization whose message is sent to a large heterogeneous scattered audience. A case in point is electronic commerce on the internet which helps advertising agencies to advertise the products and services of their clients on the website which can easily be accessed by customers. Consumers are also able to shop on line at the comfort of their homes and offices which makes shopping easy. Secondly, information technology has impacted positively on Advertising Agencies to increase productivity since they could easily access information on the customers of their clients through research on the internet, develop their advertisement and print hard copies
The advantages are that we can communicate and connect with our family and our circle of friends easier than before. The disadvantages are that hackers can hack our personal information online and use it for their own benefit. Our private lives are now easier to exploit now because of the advances in communication
The world has experienced an era of rapid progress and developments over the last century. There have been numerous breakthroughs and discoveries in sectors like technology, medicine and agriculture. These factors have enabled higher standards of living for people and hence caused life expectancy to increase significantly over the years1. Not only that, infant mortality has also increased due to better medical care and birthing technologies. Combining increased life expectancy and low infant mortality, the human population has increased from 2 billion people at the beginning of the 1900s, to over 6 billion people today and this number is projected to reach 10 billion by the end of 20602.