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by David A. Schroeder

eBook Social Dilemmas: Perspectives on Individuals and Groups epub
  • ISBN: 0275923924
  • Author: David A. Schroeder
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger (January 24, 1995)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1659 kb
  • FB2 size 1343 kb
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Social Dilemmas : Perspectives on Individuals and Groups. by David A. Schroeder. Efficient resource management and provision of public goods represent social dilemmas for those involved. They must choose between a course of action that would be in their personal best interest (. overharvesting fishing banks to take a bigger profit; withholding one's contributions to National Public Radio) and some alternative course that would be more advantageous for the community as a whole (.

Justice within social dilemmas. David A. Schroeder, Julie E. Steel, Andria J. Woodell, Alicia F. Bembenek

Justice within social dilemmas. Bembenek. The defining feature of social dilemma situations is the inherent conflict faced by those involved: should one act in his or her own individual best interest or sacrifice a measure of one's persona. More).

Social Dilemmas: Perspectives on Individuals and Groups.

It reminds us that the interior life of groups has political significance and gives us a conceptual framework for exploring that life. It balances nicely between the pluralists-who tend to interpret interest group behaviour entirely in political terms-and Olson-who has no satisfactory explanation for behaviour that is not attributable to economic self-interest. In the concept of the entrepreneur Moe gives us a useful analytical device which deserves operationalization. Все результаты Поиска книг Google Библиографические данные.

Helping the group or helping yourself? Social motives and group identity in resource dilemmas. In: Schroeder, D. A. (e., Social Dilemmas: Perspectives on Individuals and Groups, Praeger, Westport, CT, pp. 49-68. Mayer, R. Davis, J. and Schoorman, F. D. (1995). Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780275923921 (978-0-275-92392-1) Hardcover, Praeger, 1995.

Social dilemmas have attracted a great deal of interest in the social and behavioral sciences. New York: Basic Books. Schroeder (E., Social dilemmas: Perspectives on individuals and groups (pp. 1-14). Brechner, K. C. (1977). Economists, biologists, psychologists, sociologists, and political scientists alike study behavior in social dilemmas. The most influential theoretical approach is economic game theory (. rational choice theory, expected utility theory). Game theory assumes that individuals are rational actors motivated to maximize their utilities. Batson, D. & Ahmad, N. (2008). Altruism: Myth or Reality?". An experimental analysis of social traps.

David Shaffer is a professor of psychology, chair of the Social Psychology program, and past chair of the Life-Span .

David Shaffer is a professor of psychology, chair of the Social Psychology program, and past chair of the Life-Span Developmental Psychology program at the University of Georgia, where he has taught courses in human development to graduate and undergraduate students for the past 30 years. It's a good book, easy to read, well written and covers all the main theories and concepts of social psychology. 2 people found this helpful.

In Social Dilemmas: Social Psychological Perspectives, ed. In press Kerr, N. Bruun, S. E. 198 1. Ringelmann revisited: Alternative explanations for the social loafing effect. 7:224-31 Kerr, N. 1983. Dispensabil- ity of member effort and group motivation losses: Free-rider effects. 44:78-94 Kerr, N. MacCoun, R. J., Hansen, C. Hymes, J. 1987. Gaining and losing so- cial support: Momentum in decision-making groups.

Efficient resource management and provision of public goods represent social dilemmas for those involved. They must choose between a course of action that would be in their personal best interest (e.g., overharvesting fishing banks to take a bigger profit; withholding one's contributions to National Public Radio) and some alternative course that would be more advantageous for the community as a whole (e.g., limiting one's present catch to ensure future fishing stocks; contributing to NPR, even though contributors and noncontributors alike would be able to enjoy its programming). The decisions made by those facing social dilemmas are affected by many factors, and the contributors to this book have explored the diverse processes that ultimately lead an individual to choose between self-interest and the well-being of the community. By gaining a better appreciation of the variables that affect decisions made by those caught in social dilemmas, more effective ways to encourage greater cooperation and to promote the common good may be found.

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