Angebote zu "Consider" (5 Treffer)

Kategorien

Shops

Stereotype Thread (eBook, PDF)
7,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2010 im Fachbereich Psychologie - Sozialpsychologie, Note: 1,0, Technische Universität Dresden (Psychologie), Veranstaltung: Sozialpsychologie I, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: „It is this: the existence of such a stereotype means that anything one does or any of one's features that conform to it make the stereotype more plausible as a self-characterization in the eyes of others, and perhaps even in one's own eyes. We call this predicament stereotype threat and argue that it is experienced, essentially, as a self-evaluative threat. In form, it is a predicament that can beset the members of any group about whom negative stereotypes exist. Consider the stereotypes elicited by the terms yuppie. feminist. liberal. or White male.” (Steele & Aronson, 1995, S.797) So beschrieb Claude Mason Steele (1995), dass die Existenz von Stereotypen, die sich auf das was eine Person leistet oder einige Eigenschaften dieser Person auswirken. So wird der auf eine Person oder Personengruppe zugeschriebene Stereotyp nahezu plausibler, als die Selbstcharakterisierung der Person in anderen Augen. Das kann unter Umständen so weit führen, dass der Stereotyp sogar in den Augen der Person selbst plausibler ist. Dies nannte er „stereotype threat“, also Stereotypbedrohung, die im Wesentlichen als SelbstauswertungsDrohung („self-evaluative threat“) erfahren wird und so Mitglieder ganzer Personengruppen bedrängen kann. Dazu zählte er Beispiele wie Juppies, Feministen, Liberale oder Weißer Mann auf, die in jedem eine Vorstellung und zugehörige Eigenschaften hervorrufen. Diese Hausarbeit versucht die klassische als auch aktuelle Forschung zum Thema stereotype threat mit seinen Mechanismen, Ursachen, Konsequenzen, langfristigen Folgen und Möglichkeiten zur Intervention zu präsentieren. Dabei wird auf die notwendigen theoretischen Grundlagen sozialer Kognition eingegangen um zu verdeutlichen wie jeder Mensch sich selbst und andere in der sozialen Umwelt wahrnimmt um ein besseres Verständnis des sozialen Denkens hervorzurufen. Es soll deutlich werden, dass oft schnelle, soziale und automatisch gefällte Urteile und Prozesse wie die Aktivierung von Stereotypen und die Kategorisierung auf den Menschen wirken und welchen Mehraufwand, Kontrolle und Überlegung es erfordert Stereotypen zu unterdrücken und individuelle Eindrücke zu realisieren. (Jonas & Stroebe, 2007,S. 112-117) Um uns in unserer sozialen Umwelt, der Komplexität des sozialen Lebens besser Zurecht zu finden, passiert es, dass relativ einfach und unflexibel Eigenschaften von Personen und Personengruppen zusammengestellt werden, die dann immer auf diese Personen und Personengruppe Anwendung findet.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 06.06.2020
Zum Angebot
Stereotype Thread (eBook, PDF)
7,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2010 im Fachbereich Psychologie - Sozialpsychologie, Note: 1,0, Technische Universität Dresden (Psychologie), Veranstaltung: Sozialpsychologie I, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: „It is this: the existence of such a stereotype means that anything one does or any of one's features that conform to it make the stereotype more plausible as a self-characterization in the eyes of others, and perhaps even in one's own eyes. We call this predicament stereotype threat and argue that it is experienced, essentially, as a self-evaluative threat. In form, it is a predicament that can beset the members of any group about whom negative stereotypes exist. Consider the stereotypes elicited by the terms yuppie. feminist. liberal. or White male.” (Steele & Aronson, 1995, S.797) So beschrieb Claude Mason Steele (1995), dass die Existenz von Stereotypen, die sich auf das was eine Person leistet oder einige Eigenschaften dieser Person auswirken. So wird der auf eine Person oder Personengruppe zugeschriebene Stereotyp nahezu plausibler, als die Selbstcharakterisierung der Person in anderen Augen. Das kann unter Umständen so weit führen, dass der Stereotyp sogar in den Augen der Person selbst plausibler ist. Dies nannte er „stereotype threat“, also Stereotypbedrohung, die im Wesentlichen als SelbstauswertungsDrohung („self-evaluative threat“) erfahren wird und so Mitglieder ganzer Personengruppen bedrängen kann. Dazu zählte er Beispiele wie Juppies, Feministen, Liberale oder Weißer Mann auf, die in jedem eine Vorstellung und zugehörige Eigenschaften hervorrufen. Diese Hausarbeit versucht die klassische als auch aktuelle Forschung zum Thema stereotype threat mit seinen Mechanismen, Ursachen, Konsequenzen, langfristigen Folgen und Möglichkeiten zur Intervention zu präsentieren. Dabei wird auf die notwendigen theoretischen Grundlagen sozialer Kognition eingegangen um zu verdeutlichen wie jeder Mensch sich selbst und andere in der sozialen Umwelt wahrnimmt um ein besseres Verständnis des sozialen Denkens hervorzurufen. Es soll deutlich werden, dass oft schnelle, soziale und automatisch gefällte Urteile und Prozesse wie die Aktivierung von Stereotypen und die Kategorisierung auf den Menschen wirken und welchen Mehraufwand, Kontrolle und Überlegung es erfordert Stereotypen zu unterdrücken und individuelle Eindrücke zu realisieren. (Jonas & Stroebe, 2007,S. 112-117) Um uns in unserer sozialen Umwelt, der Komplexität des sozialen Lebens besser Zurecht zu finden, passiert es, dass relativ einfach und unflexibel Eigenschaften von Personen und Personengruppen zusammengestellt werden, die dann immer auf diese Personen und Personengruppe Anwendung findet.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 06.06.2020
Zum Angebot
100 Pioneers in Efficient Resource Management
146,00 CHF *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

The book presents about 100 current examples of how energy and materials can be saved in manufacturing companies. They serve to show which measures can be used in modern companies to exploit the potential for resource efficiency. The book is aimed at practitioners in companies and consulting firms, but is also suitable for the university sector as a practical introduction to the topic of resource efficiency. The materials used account for almost 43 percent of the costs of an average industrial company in Germany. Personnel costs, on the other hand, are only 22 percent, while energy costs are as low as 2 percent. If a company wants to save costs, above all it must consider the use of materials and produce in a resource-efficient manner. This simultaneously relieves the environment and reduces dependence on scarce raw materials. The implementation of resource efficiency is not easy. There are indeed numerous starting points in production, often in process innovations or in product development. However, only a few companies publish their measures and savings potentials. In practice, this means that there are often no learning examples in practice, but some of them are explicitly listed in this work. As you can see, resource efficiency in production and products can also be seen as a success factor for many companies. In the project 100 Pioneers in Efficient Resource Management, committed companies from Baden-Wuerttemberg are showing their solutions. The project was carried out by a competent team from the Pforzheim University and the State Agency for Environmental Technology. Leading trade associations in Baden-Württemberg have supported it.   'With the examples presented on the topic of resource efficiency at company level, you are taking up a central topic of the future which, in view of the current challenges of climate and environmental protection, will require all of us to make even greater efforts in the future than before.” Dr. Heinrich Bottermann, former Secretary General of the Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt, since 30 June 2017 State Secretary at the Ministry of the Environment, Agriculture, Nature and Consumer Protection of North Rhine-Westphalia 'The practical examples presented illustrate the measures that companies can take to operate more efficiently in terms of energy and materials. I am confident that many small and medium-sized enterprises will benefit significantly from this report and thus make an important contribution to sustainable development'. Prof. Dr. Maximilian Gege, Chairman of the Federal German Working Group for Environmentally Conscious Management (B.A.U.M.) 'Practically all industries are represented, even including a goat cheese dairy. But also the big ones in the country are not missing. I was very pleased that the business associations and politicians supported the project. I can only warmly congratulate those involved.' Prof. Dr. Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker, Co-President of the Club of Rome, former Co-Chairman of the International Resource Panel

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 06.06.2020
Zum Angebot
100 Pioneers in Efficient Resource Management
154,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

The book presents about 100 current examples of how energy and materials can be saved in manufacturing companies. They serve to show which measures can be used in modern companies to exploit the potential for resource efficiency. The book is aimed at practitioners in companies and consulting firms, but is also suitable for the university sector as a practical introduction to the topic of resource efficiency. The materials used account for almost 43 percent of the costs of an average industrial company in Germany. Personnel costs, on the other hand, are only 22 percent, while energy costs are as low as 2 percent. If a company wants to save costs, above all it must consider the use of materials and produce in a resource-efficient manner. This simultaneously relieves the environment and reduces dependence on scarce raw materials. The implementation of resource efficiency is not easy. There are indeed numerous starting points in production, often in process innovations or in product development. However, only a few companies publish their measures and savings potentials. In practice, this means that there are often no learning examples in practice, but some of them are explicitly listed in this work. As you can see, resource efficiency in production and products can also be seen as a success factor for many companies. In the project 100 Pioneers in Efficient Resource Management, committed companies from Baden-Wuerttemberg are showing their solutions. The project was carried out by a competent team from the Pforzheim University and the State Agency for Environmental Technology. Leading trade associations in Baden-Württemberg have supported it.   'With the examples presented on the topic of resource efficiency at company level, you are taking up a central topic of the future which, in view of the current challenges of climate and environmental protection, will require all of us to make even greater efforts in the future than before.” Dr. Heinrich Bottermann, former Secretary General of the Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt, since 30 June 2017 State Secretary at the Ministry of the Environment, Agriculture, Nature and Consumer Protection of North Rhine-Westphalia 'The practical examples presented illustrate the measures that companies can take to operate more efficiently in terms of energy and materials. I am confident that many small and medium-sized enterprises will benefit significantly from this report and thus make an important contribution to sustainable development'. Prof. Dr. Maximilian Gege, Chairman of the Federal German Working Group for Environmentally Conscious Management (B.A.U.M.) 'Practically all industries are represented, even including a goat cheese dairy. But also the big ones in the country are not missing. I was very pleased that the business associations and politicians supported the project. I can only warmly congratulate those involved.' Prof. Dr. Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker, Co-President of the Club of Rome, former Co-Chairman of the International Resource Panel

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
Zum Angebot