Freud's term for the conscienc, the part of the personality tat internalized that society's view f right and wrong.
The mental rehearsals, concrete plans, and changes in beliefs, norms, and values that individuals use to prepare for a significant change in social roles
An internalized general impression of what society as a whole expects.
Scientists who hold that humans have certain genetically evolved behavioral traits which provide a survival advantafe and so have tended to endure
Coolet's term to explan how others influence the way we see ourselves. We gain animage of ourselves by imagining what other people think about out appearance and behavior
looking glass self
People who are emotionally important in one's life.
The behavioral predisposition with which a child is born.
Freud's term for the reservoir of innate biologcal drives, aimed at obtaining physical pleasure.
The internalization of a newand different set of norms and values
According to Mead, conventionalized gestures and words acquired in infancy and early childhood which arouse desired responses in others and make social interaction possible.
the process of alignin the norms, values, and beliefs of a new worker with those of the organization or occupation
Goffman's term for the process of desocialization that occues in total institutions
The notion help by each of s that we possess a unique and distinct identity; that we are set apart from other objects and people.
The process of shedding one's self image and values, usually followed bv resocialization to a different set of values
Freud's term for the rational part of the selg that finds socially acceptable ways of satisfying biological cravings
Organizations deliberately closed off from the outside world where behavior is tightly controlled
The process by which new members of a society are instilled with the fundamental elements of their culture, the means by which we become members of human society