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Social Acceptance

Cahya Sabilla Virgananda (K2219018)

Video Title: Social Acceptance is Important | Alexander de Silva | TEDxYouth@BIS

Date: 17 November 2021

  1. What is being discussed in the video? Explain your answer.
    Social acceptance is necessary for us to grow emotionally become a friend partner. It also prevents us from isolation our levels of acceptance. For example, lives in school, we also need an acceptance, maybe in intellect, physical, personality, or ability. United nations researchers have dug deeper into the roots of rejection and have found surprising evidence, the pain of being excluded is not so different from physical injury. It can also have serious implications for an individual’s psychological state and for society in general people can turn to violence and become aggressive. It is based on the speaker’s experience. When he was in forth grade, he and his friend called Darren, were not really accepted. It is because they are not really good in sports. But there is a different rejection that they got from their friend, one of them got a passive rejection, and the other got purposely rejection. Passive rejection is when people reject you without even release that they are reject yourself. And the purposely rejection is when people are really meant to reject you. In some cases, it can also change to became a bullying.
  2. What is the speaker’s main purpose? Explain your answer.
    The main purpose of the speaker is: 1. He want to everyone know about the important of social acceptance 2. He share his experience about the social rejection that he ever experienced in fourth grade
  3. How trustworthy is this video? Who is the speaker? What is the source? Do you think the source and the speaker are trustworthy?
    In that video the speaker is Alexander De Silva, was born to Sri Lankan parents in Boston Massachusetts, and he lived there until moving to Germany at 11 years old. He was 13 years old at the time when the video was published. I think we can approved the video cause the speaker was give his experience about the social acceptance and social rejection. In this point he want that we are concern in the case that social acceptance and social rejection are happened around us
  4. What the speaker’s attitude or tone towards the subject? Does he/she seem to agree or disagree with it? Explain your answer.
    The attitude and tone that the speaker used in the video is good for me. He was really agree about the important of social acceptance cause for him, social rejection is having a bad sides.
  5. Does the speaker put forward valid or strong arguments? How does he/she support the key points? Explain your answer.
    The speaker isn’t using the argument from the researchers or scientists. It may make his argument not really strong or valid even he use his experienced in telling the key point.
  6. Explain how this article will help contribute to your larger group project.
    DOI: 10.1177/0963721411417545 This article is telling about the definition of social acceptance and social rejection. It also mention about the reason why we can said that being accepted is sweet and being rejected is bitter.

Video Title: What Is Social Acceptance, and Is It ‘Worth It?’

Date: 18 November 2021

  1. What is being discussed in the video? Explain your answer.
    The video was a discussion about the definition of social acceptance in daily life and how it works in our daily life. Some point, social acceptance are needed is some condition. And it’s normal if a people got an acceptance or a rejection from the society.
  2. What is the speaker’s main purpose? Explain your answer.
    The man purpose that the speakers want to get is about the definition of social acceptance from the some sides. After that all of the definition was combined and became one of definition that can relate from the sides.
  3. How trustworthy is this video? Who is the speaker? What is the source? Do you think the source and the speaker are trustworthy?
    The speaker of the videos is Gary McGilly. He is a high school practice leader for franklin covey education. The source that the speaker got for the video is from a discussion with Mary, Catherine and Devine. And I think the sources can be trustworthy cause all of person may have their own perspective about that.
  4. What the speaker’s attitude or tone towards the subject? Does he/she seem to agree or disagree with it? Explain your answer.
    The attitude and tone that the speakers used in the video are good for me. They was really agree about the important of social acceptance cause for them, all people need to have or feel about the social acceptance.
  5. Does the speaker put forward valid or strong arguments? How does he/she support the key points? Explain your answer.
    The speakers aren’t using the argument from the researchers or scientists. It may make his argument not really strong or valid even they use their own experienced in telling the key point. Because people can relate with the other experience of people.
  6. Explain how this article will help contribute to your larger group project.
    DOI: 10.1177/0963721411417545 This article is telling about the definition of social acceptance and social rejection. It also mention about the reason why we can said that being accepted is sweet and being rejected is bitter.

Video Title: The Psychological Effects of Feeling Excluded

Date: 24 November 2021

  1. What is being discussed in the video? Explain your answer.
    To study rejection inside an fMRI scanner, the researchers used a technique called Cyberball, which Williams designed following his own experience of being suddenly excluded by two Frisbee players at the park. In Cyberball, the subject plays an online game of catch with two other players. Eventually the two other players begin throwing the ball only to each other, excluding the subject. Compared with volunteers who continue to be included, those who are rejected show increased activity in the dorsal anterior cingulate and the anterior insula — two of the regions that show increased activity in response to physical pain. A bunch of studies have shown that when you put people into a situation in which they feel excluded afterward they show a lot more interest in making friends and restoring social bonds. These studies show all sorts of things like people who have been excluded go on to be more in conformity with a group that cooperate with a group. They actually take on the actions and mannerisms of other people all of which are an attempt to restore a sense of belonging to be a part of a social group.
  2. What is the speaker’s main purpose? Explain your answer.
    He talks about the psychological effect of the social rejection or we can said it with ostracism. There are two main point here. How does the feel when you had rejected How you react when you had rejected
  3. How trustworthy is this video? Who is the speaker? What is the source? Do you think the source and the speaker are trustworthy?
    n that video the speaker is the social psychologist, called Andrew Luttrell. He is also an assistant professor of psychological science in Ball State University. I think the speaker is quite trustworthy cause e is an assistant professor, he get the data from some articles that done the research about the ostracism.
  4. What the speaker’s attitude or tone towards the subject? Does he/she seem to agree or disagree with it? Explain your answer.
    The attitude and tone that the speaker used in the video is good for me. He’s agree that we should concern about ostracism is important for all of the sides.
  5. Does the speaker put forward valid or strong arguments? How does he/she support the key points? Explain your answer.
    Yes, he does. I also put some valid and strong argument from articles that relate with the research.
  6. Explain how this article will help contribute to your larger group project.
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/unified-theory-happiness/201612/5-ways-cope-ostracism There are 5 suggestion that you can do when you had ostracized, the first one is take it seriously, take it humorously, take the other perspective, stand up, and connect to yourself.

Video Title: What Do You Do When You Feel Left Out From Your Circle Of Friends

Date: 26 November 2021

  1. What is being discussed in the video? Explain your answer.
    The video talk about the experience of some people who ever feel left out from their circle of friends.
  2. What is the speaker’s main purpose? Explain your answer.
    The speaker want to giving the support for person who share the experienced about his feeling that ever feel left out from the circle of friends.
  3. How trustworthy is this video? Who is the speaker? What is the source? Do you think the source and the speaker are trustworthy?
    The speaker of the video is Alicia Herzl who have the heart enthusiast that help people if they ever feel left out.
  4. What the speaker’s attitude or tone towards the subject? Does he/she seem to agree or disagree with it? Explain your answer.
    The attitude and tone that the speaker used in the video is good for me. She’s have a good tone that make the audience feel comfort to heard her voice. She can clearly tell the problem and the answer so the audience can learn from her explanation.
  5. Does the speaker put forward valid or strong arguments? How does he/she support the key points? Explain your answer.
    She give the own idea to face the problem, such as • You can’t change people no matter how much you think about it or wish it to be. • Your heart’s work is to return to your essential truth. • It is in the ownership of your truth that you find your personal power and ability to rise.
  6. Explain how this article will help contribute to your larger group project.
    https://www.apa.org/monitor/2012/04/rejection The website tell that rejection feels lousy. Few psychologists tuned into the importance of rejection. “It’s like the whole field missed this centrally important part of human life,” says Mark Leary, PhD, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Duke University.

Video Title: the NEED for Acceptance Will Make You INVISIBLE – Jim Carrey

Date: 2 December 2021

  1. What is being discussed in the video? Explain your answer.
    The video was talk about the relation of accepting someone in one of society that can also make them being invisible in that time.
  2. What is the speaker’s main purpose? Explain your answer.
    The speaker would like to telling about acceptance that not really importance. Especially if the acceptance is come from the other people that having a privilege in their life.
  3. How trustworthy is this video? Who is the speaker? What is the source? Do you think the source and the speaker are trustworthy?
    The speaker of the video is Jim Carrey. But I can found the profile. So I think this video is not really trustworthy cause the speaker is not really credible for the information.
  4. What the speaker’s attitude or tone towards the subject? Does he/she seem to agree or disagree with it? Explain your answer.
    The attitude and tone that the speaker used in the video is good for me. But some point he would give an pressure for his tone to make the point is clear for his point.
  5. Does the speaker put forward valid or strong arguments? How does he/she support the key points? Explain your answer.
    I think he has a disagree point in social acceptance. From his said, not all of the social acceptance would get an good side especially for someone who recently has a privilege that need an acceptance not because they’re credible to get an acceptance but cause they want the acceptance.
  6. Explain how this article will help contribute to your larger group project.

Video Title: 12 Approval Seeking Behaviors You Need To Stop

Date: 3 December 2021

  1. What is being discussed in the video? Explain your answer.
    The video was talk about 12 approval seeking behavior that need to stop if you want to be approval by the people or get the social acceptance.
  2. What is the speaker’s main purpose? Explain your answer.
    The purpose of the video is the speaker want that people can reduce the behavior so they can be accepting in a society easily.
  3. How trustworthy is this video? Who is the speaker? What is the source? Do you think the source and the speaker are trustworthy?
    The speaker in the video was not telling from the first cause the source of the video is from a youtube channel called “Brainy Dose” so there is no description about the narators. The sources that used if I look at the information is may came from the survey that they done for getting the much information about an behavior that can be accepting in a society.
  4. What the speaker’s attitude or tone towards the subject? Does he/she seem to agree or disagree with it? Explain your answer.
    The tone is not really good, cause the narrators just want to give the information.
  5. Does the speaker put forward valid or strong arguments? How does he/she support the key points? Explain your answer.
    I think no, because the sources that used if I look at the information is may came from the survey that they done for getting the much information about an behavior that can be accepting in a society.
  6. Explain how this article will help contribute to your larger group project.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acceptance The website was tell about the information that related about the acceptance that can relate with the video.

Video Title: Self Incarceration: Intersections of Identity and Social Acceptance | Jack Brown | TEDxPaceAcademy

Date: 5 December 2021

  1. What is being discussed in the video? Explain your answer.
    In that video, the speaker talk about the relation between the identity of each person with social acceptance that may he got from the society.
  2. What is the speaker’s main purpose? Explain your answer.
    The speaker wants to tell the relation of identity and social acceptance so that people can aware about this main point, cause some point, people just focused to be accepted by the society without realize their identity as well.
  3. How trustworthy is this video? Who is the speaker? What is the source? Do you think the source and the speaker are trustworthy?
    The speaker of the video is Jack Brown who have an experienced to became a gay man. He shared his experience to give an understanding to the other to make the audience more aware about the identity of every people.
  4. What the speaker’s attitude or tone towards the subject? Does he/she seem to agree or disagree with it? Explain your answer.
    The tone is good, cause he tell the experience with the calm tone, so there is no people that feel intimidated with his experience and make for some audience may understand his position at that time.
  5. Does the speaker put forward valid or strong arguments? How does he/she support the key points? Explain your answer.
    I think he did have the support in his key point. He just talking about the experience that from his sides and not all of audience can relate or knowing his position.
  6. Explain how this article will help contribute to your larger group project.
    https://doi.org/10.1080/21565503.2019.1674674 This articles talk about LGBT in social acceptance view so this make sense with the topic that talk about the gay man experienced.

Video Title: Does social acceptance enhance our mental wellbeing, and vice-versa?

Date: 9 December 2021

  1. What is being discussed in the video? Explain your answer.
    In the video the speaker talk about the society that reject him cause he is a transman. In that time he was feel like he got his first anxiety at that time cause of that problem.
  2. What is the speaker’s main purpose? Explain your answer.
    The speaker want to looking for people who would like to support him. He also want to be accepted by the society cause he feel that the problem is not came from his sides, but it cause the society doesn’t accept him.
  3. How trustworthy is this video? Who is the speaker? What is the source? Do you think the source and the speaker are trustworthy?
    The speaker is Aryan, who shares his struggle as a transman, to find social acceptance — the internal discord created by social constructs of gender and sexuality, and how power imbalances result in enhanced anxiety and anger for those on society’s margins.
  4. What the speaker’s attitude or tone towards the subject? Does he/she seem to agree or disagree with it? Explain your answer.
    The tone that used in the video is quite high, cause basically the speaker was disagree with his condition that people not accept him in the society. It came from his experience
  5. Does the speaker put forward valid or strong arguments? How does he/she support the key points? Explain your answer.
    The speaker used the research shows that marginalised communities are more susceptible to mental health stressors. Structural inequalities across caste, class, ability, gender and sexuality — impact mental health. #BridgeTheCareGap campaign aims to bridge-the-gap in mental health and ensure that mental health care services are available, accessible, of good quality and given without discrimination.
  6. Explain how this article will help contribute to your larger group project.
    https://doi.org/10.1080/21565503.2019.1674674 This articles talk about LGBT in social acceptance view so this make sense with the topic that talk about the gay man experienced.