2 edition of **Expectation States Theory** found in the catalog.

Expectation States Theory

Berger Joseph

- 234 Want to read
- 38 Currently reading

Published
**October 12, 1981** by University Press of America .

Written in English

- Sociology - General,
- Non-Classifiable,
- Sociology,
- Expectation (Psychology),
- Research

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Paperback |

Number of Pages | 256 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL8084682M |

ISBN 10 | 0819119997 |

ISBN 10 | 9780819119995 |

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Based on social psychological experiments, Berger and his colleagues first published a paper on the topic in in the American Sociological Review, titled " Status Characteristics and Social Author: Ashley Crossman. Psychology Definition of EXPECTATION-STATES THEORY: An explanation for status differentiation in groups that proposes members allocate status to those who are capable but also to those who are mistakenly giv.

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Meeker. Abstract. Theories of Status Characteristics and Expectation States use those concepts to understand the development and maintenance of power and prestige inequality structures in task groups. Expectations, roughly equivalent to ideas of task ability, emerge through interaction or from inferences based on status; once they exist they determine all features of inequality by: 2.

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Group members use stereotypes about competence to attempt to determine who will be comparatively more skilled in any given task, indicating to whom the group should listen and accord status.

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