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" if men define situations as real they are real in their consequences... "
Children and Families in the Social Environment - ˹ 39
James Garbarino - 2017
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Black Racial Attitudes: Trends and Complexities

Howard Schuman, Professor of Sociology and Research Scientist Emeritus Howard Schuman, Shirley Hatchett, University of Michigan. Survey Research Center - 1974 - 157 ˹
...Parentheses are used in printing questions to indicate this variability. increased separation, for "if men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences" (Thomas and Thomas, 1928). This not blindly to assume that the change in black perceptions is an unhealthy...

The Ecology of Human Development: Experiments by Nature and Design

Urie Bronfenbrenner - 1979 - 330 ˹
...And, once such processes are operative, the outcomes for people are determined by Thomas's principle: "If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences" (Thomas and Thomas, 1928, p. 572). The scientific moral is clear. If results are to be validly interpreted,...
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Principles of Scientific Sociology

Walter L. Wallace - 545 ˹
...their lips he imagined that they were calling him vile names, and he behaved as if this were true. If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences" (Thomas and Thomas, 1928:572). are compelled to resort to what Chapter 14 will call "measurement by effect"...
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The Global Crisis: Sociological Analyses and Responses

Edward A. Tiryakian - 1984 - 135 ˹
...contrived objectively not existing. The latter case is covered by the famous "Thomas Theorem": "If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences" (Thomas, 1928: 586). Applied to our problem it would read: "If people mistakenly believe in the crisis which...
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Moral Development and the Social Environment: Studies in the Philosophy and ...

Georg Lind, Hans Albert Hartmann, Roland Wakenhut - 1985 - 327 ˹
...behavioristic and experimentally oriented psychology on the other. Thomas's well-known theorem runs as follows: "If men define situations as real, they are real in...their consequences" (Thomas & Thomas, 1928, p. 572). Thomas has thus postulated the significance of the situation for the real actions of men. A classic...
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Optimal Experience: Psychological Studies of Flow in Consciousness

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Isabella Selega Csikszentmihalyi - 1992 - 416 ˹
...Schacht 1970, pp. 154-9). Perceptions are realities for purposes of understanding social relationships. "If men define situations as real, they are real in...their consequences" (Thomas & Thomas 1928, p. 572). Reality does not precede its defining. Anomie Anomie is experienced when uncertainty about behavioral...
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Behavior Settings: A Revision and Extension of Roger G. Barker's Ecological ...

Phil Schoggen - 1989 - 419 ˹
...sociology, this conception of the environment was articulated by WI Thomas in the wellknown phrase, "If men define situations as real, they are real in...their consequences" (Thomas & Thomas, 1928, p. 572). In current literature, this approach to the environment is seen, for example, in studies of environmental...
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Meanings of Life

Roy F. Baumeister - 1991 - 426 ˹
...dispute that meaning is real. Meanings clearly have effects on physical matter. As WI Thomas wrote, "If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences" (Thomas, 1928, p. 572; this line has been attributed to a variety of other thinkers as well, such as CS Peirce.)....
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Social Judgment and Intergroup Relations: Essays in Honor of Muzafer Sherif

Donald Granberg, Gian Sarup - 1992 - 280 ˹
...Cooley's subjectivism. The second continuity relates to WI Thomas's most frequently quoted remark: "If men define situations as real, they are real in...consequences" (Thomas & Thomas, 1928, p. 572). The sociologist Robert Park (Park & Burgess, 1921) perhaps had made the most inspired use of this idea...
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Feminist Media Studies

Liesbet van Zoonen - 1994 - 208 ˹
...practices. In these social interactions people produce, reproduce and adjust definitions of reality: 'If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences' (Thomas, 1928: 584). Reality is not merely something that exists 'out there', but it is also (re)constructed...
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