(Essay) Applying Social Psychology to Personal Group Experiences This requires y


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(Essay) Applying Social Psychology to Personal Group Experiences
This requires you to draw on your own, or someone else’s, experiences of group membership, and then to apply social psychological principles from Chapter 11 to analyze and explain those experiences. You may use your own experiences, or you may interview a friend or family member, and base your essay on their reports.
All of us have been group members at one time or another. These may vary in their level of organization, requirements, rules, and so on. Our roles and places within those groups change from group to group and over time. Your task is to describe your or someone else’s (not both) experiences as a group member.
What defined the group? Describe its key components. Explain the costs and benefits of group membership. Describe how being part of the group affected your behaviour.
How was conflict within the group resolved (or not!)?
How did group members work to make the group cooperative (or not!)?
Were there any rules in the group that were more or less successful for the group as a whole?
Essentially, you will analyze your raw data (your own or someone’s group experiences) using the material in Chapter 11 as your theoretical framework.
Your essay should be written from the view of a social psychologist—do not rely on simple descriptions of group behaviour. Instead, we want to see your critical analysis.
This must be in APA7 Essay formating and if sources are used they must only be from the course textbooks. No external sources are allowed, no sources are required.
COURSE TEXTBOOK:
Branscombe, N. R., & Baron, R. A. (2017). Social psychology, Revel combo access card. (14th ed.). New York: Pearson. ISBN 9780134625386
Aronson, J., & Aronson, E. (Eds.). (2020). Readings about the social animal. (12th ed.). New York, NY: Worth Publishers. ISBN 13: 978-1-4641-7872-6

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