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Sociology Test 3
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the process of becoming and developing in your culture and your lifestyle
type of socialization that is the first influences of your life
-family influences the most
-you are treated as if you are unique
-authoritarian as if you are unique
type of socialization that influences outside of our family that happen in childhood, adolescence, and adulthood (peers, school, media)
-transition from idealism to realism
is influential to us more in adolescence
1. provide arenas of independence
2. provide us with relationships based on equality
3. provide us with relationships that make us feel important
4. they are agencies for the transmission of informal knowledge
teaches rules, elementary through college levels, ranking systems, don't fail, cohesiveness, career incentive, graduation, competition
influences by it whether you are part of it or not
type of socialization that is the process of gaining adult statuses
a network of roles, norms, statuses, groups through which people relate to each other
a collection of people who interact on the basis of shared expectations
Frank Giddings is related with....
"Consciousness of Kind"
long lasting group, small, influential (Family, close friends)
temporary group, formed for practical reasons
in and out, we define it by our language (verbal and nonverbal)
a number of people clustered together in one place
a number of people who share a particular chracteristic
your position in your group
status that is determined by birth or tradition
statuses we like because we feel like we have control over them
dominates all of your other statuses
behavior forced by status
when a person must violate one role, to perform well in another (multiple jobs)
the demands and pressures of one existing role
a system that establishes how group members agree to accomplish universal issues
theory that is centered around "I need you, you need me"; we need each other; interconnected
List 5 tasks that must be met and accomplished in the functionalist theory:
1. You must replace personnel.
2. You must teach the new recruits.
3. You must produce and distribute goods.
4. You must preserve order.
5. You must provide and maintain a sense of purpose.
theory that states we are set up to compete against each other
theory that believes in symbolism, interpretation, and labeling
theory of socialization that is all about imagination
-has 3 phases:
1. We managing how we appear to others
2. We imagine how others judge our appearances
3. We experience feelings based on the belief of others judgements
"Looking Glass Self" by C.H. Cooley
theory of socialization that has two parts of self
I: the spontaneous, creative, unique part
Me: the obedient conformist part
"Development of Self-Conduct" by G.H. Mead
one imitates those in your immediate environment
one takes on roles of parents and significant others (I)
one internalizes the values of society/ "game of life" ( Me)
theory of socialization in which we act upon our moral convictions
"Moral Development" by L. Kohlberg
What are the two types of self?
I and Me
What are the 3 stages in developing self?
What are the 3 stages of moral development?
1. pre conventional
3. post conventional
morality if based on fear of punishment or seeking of rewards
morality is based on an understanding of right and wrong as social rules/ laws
morality is based on a sense of relativity and rationality
what you are born with/ DNA/ chromosome
Name the two people who are attributed to theories of deprived Socialization.
1. Harry Harlow
2. Rene Spitz
-man who researched Rhesus monkeys
-mechanical momma monkey that rocks and feeds
-babies drawn to momma monkey that rocks
-when they grew up and became moms, they did not know what to do
-man who researched German orphanages
-1/3 died and 1/3 had some type of physical/mental disability
-physical needs meet but no emotional needs meet
Name two men who are attributed to theories of resocialization.
1. Kingsley Davis
2. Muzafer Sherif
-man who worked with Anna and Isabelle
-raised in difficult horrible environments
-retaught how to do basic and difficult things
-can be retaught
-man who did research with children at a camp
-taught to fight and argue
-how quickly taught to function and work together
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