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EMOTIONAL FEEDBACK AND AMPLIFICATION IN SOCIAL INTERACTION?

TIM HALLETT

EMOTIONAL FEEDBACK AND AMPLIFICATION IN SOCIAL INTERACTION?

by TIM HALLETT

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Published .
Written in English


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SeriesSOCIOLOGICAL QUARTERLY, 2003, V.44, P705-726
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21412529M

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EMOTIONAL FEEDBACK AND AMPLIFICATION IN SOCIAL INTERACTION? by TIM HALLETT Download PDF EPUB FB2

I articulate two modes of emotional feedback and amplification: spontaneous and managed. Spontaneous amplification is a by-product of unplanned but continuous interactions Author: Tim Hallett. I articulate two modes of emotional feedback and amplification: spontaneous and managed.

Spontaneous amplification is a by‐product of unplanned but continuous interactions. In contrast, managed amplification results from purposeful interactions and can be initiated through either surface acting or deep by:   I articulate two modes of emotional feedback and amplification: spontaneous and managed.

Spontaneous amplification is a by-product of unplanned but continuous interactions. In contrast, managed amplification results from purposeful interactions and can be initiated through either surface acting or deep by: EMOTIONAL FEEDBACK AND AMPLIFICATION IN SOCIAL INTERACTION.

EMOTIONAL FEEDBACK AND AMPLIFICATION IN SOCIAL INTERACTION EMOTIONAL FEEDBACK AND AMPLIFICATION IN SOCIAL INTERACTION Hallett, Tim This article develops an interactive, theoretical model of emotional feedback and amplification.

Whereas the sociology of emotions typically examines how affect arises, this article focuses on the aftermath of an evoked emotion as it evolves in ongoing interaction. Request PDF | On Nov 1,Tim Hallett published EMOTIONAL FEEDBACK AND AMPLIFICATION IN SOCIAL INTERACTION | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Tim Hallett.

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Posted   The phenomenon happens, she argues, in three stages: mimicry, feedback, and contagion. Primitive emotional contagion is a basic building block of human interaction.