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Title: Soc101 - Intro SocPsy - Webinar - Liberal Arts and Humanties

Adam Eve
  • Equally Yoked
  • In the
  • Garden of Eden

- Liberal Arts and Humanities -
The Equally-Yoked Couple
  • An Introduction to the
  • Concepts Definitions - Perspectives

  • This material may be quoted for educational
    projects only i.e., graduate students, clinical
    researchers, and post-doctorate professionals.
  • All quotations here within are actually either
    direct or paraphrased quotes from personal
    interviews, public lectures, formal clinical
    research journals and/or mass media publications.
  • So therefore, the use of any quotations here
    within is granted and understood that it may be
    used for educational purposes in counseling
    practicums, social psychology research,
    supervised clinical psychiatry and psychotherapy.

- Liberal Arts and Humanities -
  • Some Basic Philosophy
  • Definitions Equally yoked, POVs, a few
  • Social Psychology
  • Dyads the Equally-Yoked vs the Unequally-Yoked
  • Religious Doctrine
  • Beliefs Be ye not unequally yoked.
  • Law and Justice
  • A Homeogenous and also an 'Equallyoked' Legal

- Liberal Arts and Humanities -
Sociology 101
  • In Sociology, a dyad is a group of two people,
    the smallest possible social group.1
  • An equally-yoked dyad refers to a male and
    female of identical civil identities.(a)
  • Social psychology studies are dyadic
    relationships between two individuals of equal
    (i.e., or at least very similar) civil
    identities clinically describing such twosomes
    as each, ...the reference couple. (ibid)

- Soc101
A Better Understanding
Spellings definitions
  • Equally-yoked
  • Social Science Clinical Social Psychology
  • Defined A Dyadic (Spouses) with the Same Civil
  • Equally Yoked
  • Religious Holy Bible /Christian /Doctrinal
  • Defined A Couple with the Same Civil Identity
    with a special mutual focus on the same Spirit.
  • Equallyoked
  • Secular Social Ethics /Justice /Social Mores
  • Defined A Homegamous Pair with the Same
    Civil Identity
  • Note Pronounced the same and colloquially used
    interchangeably - practically meaning the same to

(the study of the minds of such a unique couple)
(a special focus is on religion and spirit)
Religious beliefs and the same Spirit
( concerned with civil rights and human rights)
- Social Psychology/Terminology
Equally Yoked
  • Equally meaning, alike, or the same to the
    same degree of.. (i.e., as alike or with the
    same civil identity of a dating/or premarital
  • Yoked meaning ..enjoined together to do
    (relationship) work. more figuratively -
    united together in the work of holy matrimony
    with a mutual civil identity as one (a

- Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
Civil Identity
Civil identity (Social Psychology) - describes
a collective of features about an individuals
present ethnicity, political party membership,
race and color, religious membership, disability/
handicap, age- group/-generation and (proper)
sexual orientation, and marital status. 3
- Social Psychology SocPsy225
..a Mosaic of Features..
Marital Status
Sexual (pleasure Preference) Orientation
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.. dynamic public significance..
A Brief History
  • The phenomena of equallyokedtarianism was
    clearly identified 1st in philosophy and then
    later in social science about the time of the
    emergence of the evolving population control
    (one or two children per couple) movement
  • The actual term equallyoked as a social
    phenomena (i.e., a social mores recognized as two
    civil identities pairing up) showed up in
    1700s, (China) again in 1800s (Sociocultural
    Anthropology in Africa), and in the 1900s
    American Sociology as reference couples for
    indices in the Clinical Social Sciences, i.e.,
    Social Psychology research.1
  • Translation of archaic languages were made in
    vague terms from the philosophiesuntil the
    1960s when it appears in international social
    scientific (social psychology) literature.

-Social Psychology/SocPsy222
Personal Identity
  • Family Identity
  • Family Names (i.e., Meanings)
  • Relationships Roles, Rules, and Duties
  • Social Identity
  • Out in (Secular) Public Community Roles
  • Civil Identity
  • Governmental, Components of
  • A Multicultural Society

- SocPsy200
Stereotyping Studies
Equally Yoked Unequally yoked
1. Discriminated against(a) Discriminated against1
2. Felt prejudice(b) Felt prejudice(2)
3. Bias in some form(c) Bias in some form(IBID)
Study, after study, after study, revealed mixed
findings-some conclusive and some inconclusive
but the consensus is that the equally yoked
couples felt discriminated against to about the
same degree as did unequally yoked couples. Both
equally yoked and unequally yoked reported being
avoided by others. Both reported incidents of
prejudice and bias. To the same extent, both
reported having others be blatantly rude to
them. Equally yoked couples- stereotyping studies
are in need of further study. New
York, NY, 2001
- Social Psychology SocPsy707
Sexual Chemistry
  • Physical Attraction
  • A twosome being physically attracted to each
  • Sexual Attraction
  • Sexual Chemistry there is just something
  • Intimacy
  • Mutual sharing in each others personal feelings
    of a sexual attraction to one another. (4)

- Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
  • A couple who experience their very first sexual
    encounter together, simultaneous climax , and
    their baby is born out of that union are
    Soul-mates1 for life and if,..
  • ..that couple bonds with each other, falls deeply
    in love, and is the happiest they have ever been
    with each other in their lives-are Soul-mates2
    and, if
  • ..that couple who are married and are indeed
    equallyoked then they are truly Soul-mates.,
    i.e., of the same or at least of very similar
    civil-identities. 3

- Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
Male - Female
  • Standards of masculine handsomeness and feminine
    beauty amongst Equallyokedtarian couples varied
    proportionate to closeness - distance.
  • Researchers - found that physical attractiveness
    with in the same civil identity tended to be
    much higher then in couples of other less closer
  • Also, a Survey showed that the uniqueness of
    Equallyokedtarian lifestyles influenced standards
    of attractiveness amongst equallyoked pairs.

- Soc101 Sociocultural Theories
Family Identity
  • Names
  • Family Surname (by tradition)
  • Middle Name (a Safestop)
  • First Name (Social Meaning)
  • Relationships and roles
  • Grand-Parents/Parents Aunts/Uncles
  • Siblings i.e., Brother(s) Sister(s)
  • Cousins
  • Rules and duties
  • Family/Home Rules
  • Household Duties

- SocPsy200
- Liberal Arts and Humanities -
Social Identity
  • Your Social identity is your sense of
    belongingness to a collective of identified
    important groups such as Citizenship a Nation,
    Residence Home, Property Ownership, deeds, and
    co-ownership in Real estate, e.g., vacation
    homes, office buildings, land, and may include
    motor homes, RVs, cars, boats, planes, etc.,
    Profession your trade, vocation, skill, craft
    boards or union, Title in clubs, associations,
    organizations, etc., Education Credentials,
    degrees, diplomas, certifications, documentation
    of schools successfully attended. Socio-economic
    Class Amount of money in bank, in stocks and
    bonds investments, in bank notes and
    certificates. A specific tax bracket.

- SocPsy225
  • Traditional beliefs about the equally yoked
    couple is a doctrinal pillar in the Christian
    church and is symbolic of Gods first love - the
    Equally Yoked couple in Eden.
  • Early American Christian
  • Traditional Colonial Beliefs

- Liberal Arts and Humanities -
Sociocultural Lifestyles
  • Social Ethics
  • Norms Normal Behaviour vs Abnormal Acts/Actions
  • Customs As an Deviant Adaptation to Secular
  • Social Mores
  • Social Behaviors-gt Positive Outcomes for Society
  • Equallyoked Coupling-Up/Dyadic Relationships
  • Law Justice
  • Civil Partnerships
  • Common Law Marriage
  • Marriage and Family Life(a,b)

- SocPsy225
Social Ethics
  • Social Etiquette
  • Common courtesy family and out in public
  • Social Norms
  • Normal Social Behaviours (vs. Abnormal Actions)
  • Social Customs
  • As Adaptations to Stressful Secular Life
  • Social Mores
  • Social Behaviours for the Best Social Outcomes(a)

- Social Psychology SocPsy225
Equally Yoked
True North
moral compass
unequally yoked
nearly equally yoked
close enough
  • Liberal Arts and Humanities, SocPsy220

closely equally yoked
Social Mores
  • A Social Lifestyle living a life that is
    conducive to freedom, personal health and the
    pursuit of happiness
  • Individualistic (is uniquely personal)
  • Interdependent (smallest group is a dyad)
  • Social Behaviors-gt Positive Outcomes for
  • Everyone mutually benefits (full community)
  • All involved plus others have a favorable ending
  • Equallyoked Coupling-Up/Dyadic Relationships
  • - Well functioning/healthful/liberty/longevity

- Social Psychology SocPsy225
As a Social Mores
  • a basic rule within a specific cultural group
  • Obedience to this cultural groups rule results
    in certain social acceptance
  • ..the foundation of all community laws within a
    culture began with a specific social mores..
  • In order for there to be a continuance of culture
    such social mores are formally and casually
  • Social mores are r/t mental and social
  • Socialization, childrearing, marriage, and mate
    selection are founded up good social mores.

A Review Of the Liberal Arts Humanities
Law Justice
  • Common Law Marriage
  • - Cohabitation(a)
  • Civil (hetero) Partnerships
  • - Legal liabilities of Co-ownerships(a,b)
  • Marriage and Family Life
  • - Separation
  • - Annulment
  • - Divorce

- SocPsy225 Social Justice
Biological Psychological Socio-cultural
Genes- Genetics in the Family of Origin Role Modeling- Family Great G-parents, G-parents, Parents, Uncles/ Aunts, Cousins, etc Social Scripting- Friends, Media, Acquaintances, Social Events, Social Functions
An analysis of equally yoked couples formed
demonstrated that within the biopsychosociocultura
l model there is the biological i.e., genes,
the psychological i.e., role modeling and
positive reinforcement, and the socio-cultural
i.e., friends, acquaintances, people in social
events, and social functions that serve that
community. - SocPsy299
Religious Meanings
  1. Equally yoked is a Holy Bible orientated
    vernacular meaning - a couple having a Garden
    of Eden kind of relationship - with high regard
    for working out a gospel plan for the matched
    pairs salvation.1a
  2. meaning a coupleship expressed as a righteous
    witness to Gods miraculous power of matching man
    and woman properly within a broader system of
    Bible truth. ibid
  3. Unequally yoked is a Holy Bible originated
    vernacular that concerns associating/ with
    nonbelievers, i.e., a man and woman one who
    denies counsel in the word of God.
    Nonbelievers-without a pure heart -
    anti-righteous - who are a menace to the truly
    loving equallyoking ministry of the Savior.

- Doctrinal and Morals Studies
.are couples who are equally yoked
  • Pronunciation Eek quel ee yoakd 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 persons 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
Positive Regard
  • Also, unconditional positive regard 
  • Means a complete acceptance, love, favor
    towards of an individual especially those who
    are considered equallyoked, also...
  • parents who devotedly and deliberately
    indoctrinate their children with a clear sense
    of civil identity to prepare them to live in a
    multicultural society as positive regard for
    their child.

- Social Psychology/Definitions
Life Partner
  • A Life Partner refers to a lifetime, romantic
    and very close mate. A couple who are true
    life partners are the equallyoked.(1)
  • It is true that equally-yoked 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

- Introduction to Social Psychology
Be ye not unequally yoked
  • II Corinthians 614

equal to/or about equal to
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- Intro to SocPsy
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