Culture in Mind: Toward a Sociology of Culture and Cognition

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Index

a
Abortion, 138 - 139 , 190 - 197
Accidental
contingency of the, 50
Action
domains, 279
effects of, 64
orientations to, 276 - 277
situated, 29 , 42
theory of, 28
Agnew, Vice President Spiro, 158
Air traffic control, 31 , 34 - 35 , 41 - 45
and common sense, 41 - 44 , 48
and decision making, 45
microactivity in, 47 - 48
Akiyama, Hiroko, 210 , 224
Alford, R.R., 29 , 46 , 49 , 51 - 52 , 78
Alger, Horatio, 125 , 131
Allen, A., 278
Altheide, David, 7 , 119 , 173 , 175 - 178 , 180
American(s)
attitudes and behaviors of, 137 - 147 , 163 - 164
conceptions of national history, 210 - 212 , 214 , 219 - 224
and cultural narrative, 188 - 189
ethos, 210 - 211 , 219
media, 187 - 188 , 197
and policy discourse, 189
and sense or responsibility, 217 - 218
American Indians, 214
Amnesia, 17
Andersen, Hans Christian, 24
Anderson, Benedict, 227
Analogical theorizing, 29 - 30
Ansorge, R., 93
Arber, Werner, 156
Arnold, Benedict, 228 , 231
Aronson, E., 11
Assumptions
taken-for-granted, 44 - 51
Attention, 15 - 19 , 26
and neuron activity, 16
patterns, 16
social organization of, 22
social rules of focusing, 24
sociocultural aspects of, 2
sociocultural norms of, 18
sociocultural theory of, 17
as stage of thought, 3
Attention deficit disorder, 17

b
Baars, Bernard J., 11
Bain, J. S., 107
Baranek, P. M, 173 , 176 , 180
Bartlett, Sir Frederick, 117 , 203 - 204
Baumgartner, Peter, 11
Beale, Lewis, 194
Becker, H., 228
Behavior
automatic, 64
and consistency, 278
deliberate, 64
habitual, 64
Behaviorism, 129
Beisel, Nicola, 128 - 129
Belgin, J., 93
Beliefs
cultural influences on, 249
Bellah, Robert, 118 , 125 - 127 , 130 , 132 , 218
Bellow, Saul, 149

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