Thursday, February 28, 2019

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Anonymous said...

This way builds up the concept of your behavior each of us, in the same way does the social scientist, by exploring some problem. He builds the concept of the alleged behavior he is interested in the social set of people or trying to replicate the concept on the basis of facts, certain behavior. Knowing the concept, we can predict with great probability, how to lead this social totality and each of its representative. Conversely, knowing how to lead this set, you can define and the concept of its behavior. The concept is theoretical understanding, the justification of human behavior or any social group. Exploring acts of behavior can be identified and the concept that led to them.
However, the definition of one through the other is quite difficult. Psychologists here have advanced a little further. If the person likes to walk alone, and even in rainy weather, it means with high probability that he is a vicious person or is prone to introspection. Sociologists also record dependence. So, if a person quits, then he is dissatisfied with something. But it is clear that a large variety of forms and types of individual acts of behavior, establish a strict conceptual dependence is simply impossible. Therefore, sociologists proceed from the most typical facts, typical for relatively large social groups.
Identifying matching our concept of a particular action requires great experience, knowledge of the most General laws. For example, very difficult to establish what is behind such an act as buying a car, what a concept leads to the desire to buy a car. We called a series of motifs that define a specific act of buying the car, i.e., one needs a car to earn money, to another, to travel to the country, the third - order roll friends, etc. In the principle of private concepts can be quite a lot. But without fail each of them and all together they are caused by some common concept, which is the main reason for this behavior.