de Ștefan Vlăduțescu
By installing of axes standard, defining axes, it is avoiding what Andrew Abbott named „the chaos of disciplines”, that is disorder in „disciplinary system” (Abbott A., 2001,. p. 122). Defining axes of communication space, introducing the standard of axes communication, convey to constitute of a multi-space of communication and give coherence and cohesion to global field of communication. Besides of an implicite unification communication thinking on 15 axes will avoid the risk of disorganizing fragmentation through ordering fragmentation.
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188.8.131.52 Social Psychologie, from cognition to cogitation
a) The study is registered on ontological axis of social psychology. In a constructive approach, the research is looking for an unitary explanation for 8 of great social psychology theories: social identity theory, social exchange theory, cognitive dissonance, social comparison theory, attribution theory, self-perception theory, and drive theory.
b) The work assumption is at base of installing mechanisms of behaviours of which patterns make visible that 8 theories is a complex element of psycho-social knowledge. Primary supposition of assumption are: a) the natural human alive generates irrepressible an conscious deep alive ; b) natural cognitively (partial conscious) id developed in a superior predominant conscious cognition named cogitation; c) cogitation or “deep thinking” explains epistemic mechanisms that are at base of social psychology theories; Descartes said «cogito, ergo sum».
c) Talking about a theoretical investigation, and not experimental , it is used comparative methods, psychological and logics. Human alive is cognitive. Human conscious «cogitate»,, that is human realize cogitations. Beyond of natural-sensorial cognitively, as a developing and as an extension of this, it is situated cogitation. The cognition route appears as , as natural sensorial thinking, as bottom-up thinking. The cogitation route is formed as deep conceptual thinking, as top-down thinking. The natural concepts used by social persons in psycho-social process of thinking of that 8 major social psychological theories are cogitations. These cogitations are thoughts about thinking of a behaviour. Cogitations are non-natural, non-sensorial situational judgement. They consist of psychological informational conscious proceeds and profoundly in report with basic cognitions: argument, analysis, explanation, understanding, categorization, conscious motivation.
d) It results with exemplification that if d1) in case of social identity theory, according to Henri Tajfel, we have the mode in which people “categorize“ people into outgroups or ingroups and how categorizing influence perceptions, attitudes, and beliefs; here the cogitation nuclear process is categorizing, conscious thinking in categories; d2) social exchange theory at base it has the idea that decisions in case human relationship are fundamented on cost-benefits analysis and extended rational choice ; structural cogitation is an “analysis“; d3) the cognitive dissonances reveals that an epistemic disagreement induces changes of attitude, opinion, or behaviour; cogitation that makes cognitive dissonance it is a comparison etc. Inductive conclusion is that psycho-social process are based on cogitations: on base of any behaviours is an idea. Social Psychology proves to be a cogitation psychology.
e) Remain to research on the future cogitation mechanisms of others social psychology theories, like elaboration like hood model, observational learning, schemata theory, self-verification theory, system justification theory etc.