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Pag-omaw

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An pag-omaw iyo an sarong porma nin sosyal na interaksyon na nagpapahayag nin pagmidbid, pag-asegurar o paghanga. Pigpapahayag an pag-omaw nin berbal siring man sa paagi kan tataramon kan hawak (ekspresyon nin lalawgon asin hiro kan kamot o hawak).

An pag-omaw pigtatao sa gabos na social hierarchy, asin sa laog kan ingroup asin pasiring sa outgroup; saro iyan na importanteng aspekto sa pag-regular kan social hierarchy asin kan pagmantenir kan group cohesion, pig-iimpluwensyahan an potensyal para sa political action asin social upheaval. Kapag itinao kan sarong dominanteng indibidwal pigkukua kaiyan an porma nin pagmidbid asin pag-asegurar; kapag itinao kan sarong submisibo sa sarong dominanteng indibidwal pigkukua kaiyan an porma nin paghanga,[1] o deification. An pag-omaw sa mga dios posibleng magin porma nin relihiyosong ritwal asin kaugalian (hilingon por ehemplo pamibi nin pag-omaw asin pag-omaw asin pagsamba).

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  1. Sweetman, Joseph; Spears, Russell; Livingstone, Andrew G.; Manstead, Antony S.R. (2013). "Admiration regulates social hierarchy: Antecedents, dispositions, and effects on intergroup behavior". Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (Elsevier BV) 49 (3): 534–542. doi:10.1016/j.jesp.2012.10.007. ISSN 0022-1031. "We demonstrate that manipulating the legitimacy of status relations affects admiration for the dominant and that this emotion negatively predicts political action tendencies aimed at social change. In addition, we show that greater warmth and competence lead to greater admiration for an outgroup, which in turn positively predicts deferential behavior and intergroup learning. We also demonstrate that, for those with a disposition to feel admiration, increasing admiration for an outgroup decreases willingness to take political action against that outgroup. Finally, we show that when the object of admiration is a subversive 'martyr,' admiration positively predicts political action tendencies and behavior aimed at challenging the status quo. These findings provide the first evidence for the important role of admiration in regulating social hierarchy.".