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February 28, 2017

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  1. Basic Relationships Name is witheld by Request Soc.Psy.222 September 11th,

    2001 Social Psychology 222 Definitions Concepts Perspectives Q/A - Homework
  2. “Equallyoked” • The term 'Equallyoked' (also, equally yoked) … an

    adverb: • “Equally” - means “alike” 1, in a “balanced” manner, “the same” or to “the same” degree of, etc an adjective: • “Yoked” - means (Latin; jungere ‘to join‘) 2, something fastened around the neck to join together, burdened with. in history: • Evolved from synonyms, with meanings, such as: Equitably, Fairly, Justly3 • Sentence: “They were an ‘equally yoked’ couple from families of just ordinary means.” - Word Meanings - Etymology (also, ‘equally yoked’)
  3. “Equallyoked” • The term 'Equallyoked' (also, equally yoked) probable came

    about from the Bible – wherein Jews marrying Jews, Muslims marrying Muslims, Christians marrying Christians, etc, etc, etc.1 • It is a phenomena that exists in all multicultural societies-peoples of the same de facto ‘Civil identity' marrying one another for reasons of self-esteem, religious beliefs, and preserving the integrity of their family identity-for abiding in social mores (contributing to) community health.2 - Word Origins/Philosophy (also, ‘equally yoked’) - Sociology 101
  4. “Civil Identity” • Ethnicity: Scandinavian-American • Political Party: Libertarian •

    Race: Anglo Color: Light complexion • Religion: Fundamental Christian • Disability: None Known • Gender: Male Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual • Marital Status: Single/1st Marriage Annulled Couples who share: the same (or very similar) ‘civil identities’, beliefs, bonding, marriage - living in a multicultural society are considered to be ‘equallyoked’.1 - Introduction to Social Psychology An Example:
  5. “Endogamy”  Endogamy means, “In-marriage” – and is when an

    individual according to his/or her own social customs1…(Comment: this may be more like community health-as a social mores or an actual religious ‘law’)….  ….marries another individual within his or her own cultural2 “Social group”*.  *Note; a “Social group” may be a village, a tribe, a sect or cult, a geographic region, or a de facto ‘Civil identity’, etc. - Sociocultural Anthropology
  6. “Positive Regard” • Also, “unconditional positive regard” • Means: …a

    complete acceptance, love, favor towards of an individual – especially those who are ‘equallyoked’, also... • …parents who devotedly and deliberately indoctrinate their children with a ‘clear’ sense of ‘civil identity’ in a multicultural society with respect for the child’s future have a ‘positive regard’ for their child. - Word Meanings / Psychology
  7. Sharing of… • Vision & Mission in life.1 • Activities

    of Daily Living & Routine.2 • Reflection of meaning of life & Devotion to duty.3 • God, Religious Beliefs & Spiritual Values.4 • Family life & Friendships.5 • Good Health & Preferred Enjoyments.6 - Biblical, Moral, and Doctrinal Studies
  8. “Soul-mates”  A couple who experience their very first sexual

    encounter together and their baby is born out of that union are “Soul-mates”1 and,..  ..a couple who bond with each other, falls deeply in love and is the happiest they have ever been in their entire lives-with each other are “Soul-mates”2 and,…  ..a couple who are ‘married’ and truly “equallyoked” i.e., of the ‘same’ or ‘very similar’ “civil-identities.” 3 are “Soul-mates.” - Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
  9. “Equallyoked” • Equallyoked, (is pronounced, Eek quel ee yoak‘d) and

    is when a couple-who believe in, bonds with, and marries one other purposefully of the same (or nearly the same) ‘Civil identity’* thus are multi- cultural society, ‘equallyoked’1. • * ‘Civil identity’ is a Social Psychology term - describing a collective of features concerning an individual’s present ethnicity, political party membership, race and color, religious membership, disability/handicap, age group/ generation, sexual orientation and marital status.2 - Introduction to Social Psychology - Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology Also, ‘equally yoked’
  10. “Life Partner” • A “Life Partner” refers to a lifetime,

    romantic and very close “mate”. A couple who are true ‘life partners’ are ‘equallyoked’.1 • It is true that ‘life partners’ usually develop strong platonic relationships as a mutual serious long term goal together.2 • ‘Life partners’ may base their relationship on moral/or immoral grounds whether married/ monogamously or can be individuals such as divorcees/celibate.3 - Introduction to Social Psychology
  11. ..a Social Phenomena • A couple (usually a heterosexual dyadic)

    who are of very similar or the same ‘Civil identity’ 1 • Any couples who are bonded together and who are of the ‘same’ or ‘very similar’ Civil identities…2 • A marital couple who marries-with their backgrounds related to their ‘Civil identities.’ 3 - Sociology 101:Social Phenomenology - Introduction to Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
  12. Multi-cultural Statistics  Caucasians (European) - Marrying amongst those who

    were from their own tribes, social culture, and nation.1  Negrozoids (Africa) - Marrying amongst the same people in their own areas.2  South Americans (Indians) - Intermarrying within their own peoples.3  Oriental (Asians) - Couples’ mates were often chosen by their own parents from own family lineage.4 - Sociology 101
  13. Dyadic: Social Psychology  Equallyokedtarians are of interest to social

    psychologists because they represent dyadic groups of the same ‘Civil identity.’1  Couples who primarily choose to bond and marry together ‘because’ they are the ‘same’ or ‘very similar’ Civil identities, among other reasons, may contribute to marital longevity-staying together for a lifetime as * evidenced.2  The measured ‘self esteem’ of individuals of a marital couple who marry with backgrounds related to their own ‘Civil identities’ are worthy of marital satisfaction studies as well.3 - Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
  14. “Boundaries” • I will not wait for anyone.1 • I

    will halt unequal relationships.2 • I will not idealize others.3 • I will conduct my life by inspired truth.4 • I will assert against any disrespect.5 • I will abide in social ethics and laws. 6 - Biblical, Moral, and Doctrinal Studies Alpha & Omega
  15. Social Perspectives “Equallyokedtarians” are those people-who are ‘equallyoked’ yet having

    varying points of views* about marriage:1 * Liberals: a couple marrying one another while sharing in vague beliefs, i.e., explained as the same ‘spirit’ or attitude about some issue. * Moderates: marrying one another r/t ‘very similar’ civil identities-close enough for them. * Conservatives: marriage between two people who share the same or fairly ‘equal’ ‘Civil identities’. 2 - Introduction to Social Psychology - Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
  16. “Coupling up”…. • Nonequallyoked • Couples who do recognize equallyokedtarianism

    as a social mores and yet for their own ulterior motives still choose to violate social mores as an rash option.1 • Unequallyoked • Couples who are naïve, thus inadvertently demonstrate opposition to equallyokedtarianism-as a social mores.2 • Anti-equallyoked • Couples who are a bit mentally/emotionally disturbed and are deliberately active against proper socialization, contrary to equallyokedtarianism and social mores,3 - Introduction to Social Psychology …in a ‘hook up’ culture
  17. “Love” is a…  ..a conscious, meaningful, and focused attention

    towards a ‘special’ mate1 and,  ..a person toward whom love is shared; a dearly beloved; an ‘equallyoked help meet’, a ‘heterosexual’ love mate2 and,  ..a ‘feeling’ of warm personal attachment or deep affection for, as for a sweetheart, or as for a spouse.3 - Word Meanings / Philosophy
  18. Why “Equallyoked”? • Motives - a couple who are ‘equallyoked’

    may do so for a variety of reasons-some of which include: • Beliefs about life, self-image, truth and God, death, etc. • Bonding for long term love, romance, and sex. • Marriage, family/children, and financial goals.1 • Self esteem – individuals with a clear sense of self-marrying someone of a ‘like’ civil identity.2 • Family identity – to maintain the integrity and the longevity of the extended family identity.3 • Social mores – a preserved cultural standard in a multicultural society for the sake of community health.4 - Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
  19.  Pronunciation: “Eek quel ee yoak‘d tar ee ins” 1.

     Definition: - are any individuals who by choice, i.e., purposefully choose to bond with and marry another of the same (or very nearly the same) ‘Civil identity’*, within any culture are called, ‘Equallyokedtarians’ - couples ‘equallyoked’.2  *Recall: a ‘Civil identity’ - describes a collective of features about a person’s present: ethnicity, political party membership, race and color, religious membership, disability/ handicap, age group/ generation, proper sexual orientation, and marital status.3 - Introduction to Social Psychology ….are couples who are ‘equally yoked’ “Equallyokedtarians”
  20. “Social Mores” The term ‘Social Mores‘* refers to….  “Social”

    meaning - to associate in a social way, i.e., “folkways”, socializing, socialization 1,  “Mores” - concerns that of moral codes, mental health values, standards, spiritual ideologies 2.  *Also, customs, proper conduct/etiquette, health behaviours/norms, healthy lifestyle. 3  Use in a Sentence: “Their family abided in good social mores that reflected their sense of integrity.” 4 - Word Meanings / Etymology adjective plural noun
  21. ..a Public Health Issue  As a Public Health Issue,

    Equallyokedtarianism as a social mores – is a phenomena observed amongst the most conservative segments of a multi-cultural society.1  Marriage Family and Child Psychology addresses the Self-esteem of the individuals who are (or aren’t) equallyoked as an important issue in mental health/ emotional health/ and naturally, self-preservation, as well as of the integrity of their family identity.2  As a Civil Rights issue, justice of the peaces-as civil servants who perform marriage ceremonies attaching a signature may be held responsible as attesting to the competence (or incompetence) of the individuals present while performing marriages considering community (psychosocial) health matters.3 - Introduction to Public Health
  22. “Social Forces”  Equallyokedtarians are the most targeted social groups

    for destruction by world tyrannical powers there is in global multi-culturalism.1  Degradation of people’s ‘self esteem’ comes from the of demise of family and destruction of individual “Civil identity” by the powers2 that be in order to attain and maintain governmental rule.  The empowered liberal: media, public education, and multicultural secularism perpetuates community ‘amalgamation’ for the sake of ‘cultural confusion’ - and in such, thereby ruining the individual identities of a country’s peoples.3 - Concepts in Social Psychology
  23. …an “Art and Science”  Couples-who are bonded together and

    who are “equallyoked help meets”- amongst a class are worthy of study-not unlike those who aren’t.1  …the study of theoretical equallyokedtarianism as an ‘social science’, as an ‘art’, and as a inquiry into biologic “genetic wholesomeness.” 2  A marital couple who becomes engaged-with intension of preserving the integrity of their family identity related to their backgrounds and related to their ‘civil identities.3 -The Humanities & Biopsychosociocultural Sciences
  24. College Studies Some Suggested* Schools: Sociology Oakwood University, Grinnell College,

    Occidental College, Shaw University, Gallaudet University, Central State University, Social Psychology Kentucky State University, Livingstone College, Claremont McKenna College, Reed College, Swarthmore College, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, Civil Rights or Public Health East Texas Baptist University, Presbyterian College, Franklin College, Sewanee-University of the South, Inter American University of Puerto Rico- Barranquit, Benedict College, Marriage Family and Child Psychology Hampshire College, Pomona College, Hiram College, Oregon Health & Science University, Wilmington College, Saint Augustine’s University, *Advanced Studies: Equallyoketarianism1 Ask about*…
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    Professor of the Humanities Email: professorofthehumanities@gmail.com Thank You Basic Relationships