5 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Assessing behavior in terms of the norms and values of the broad society and responding to abstract principles and symbols.
- Refers to the interactions between genders that tends to strengthen and perpetuate gender boundaries
. Contest between sexes, boys chasing girls, "cooties."
- The first stage of a child's social development, where behavior is largely imitation of others with little use of symbols and limiting role-taking.
- The final stage in which an individual is capable of taking the role of the generalized other.
- Socialization in which peers or more experienced members train newcomers as they carry out their roles.
4 True/False Questions
Rights of passage → Ceremonies marking important transitions in life, such as the passage of being single to being married.
Formal Socialization → Is socialization occurring in settings specifically designed for socialization
Social channeling → Is a process of unlearning old norms, roles, values and learning new ones required by the new social environment.
Resocialization → Is socialization occurring in settings specifically designed for socialization