5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- Is a process of unlearning old norms, roles, values and learning new ones required by the new social environment.
- Socialization in which peers or more experienced members train newcomers as they carry out their roles.
- Assessing behavior in terms of the norms and values of the broad society and responding to abstract principles and symbols.
- Is a process of socialization in which children of the rich are prepared for and directed to positions of privilege in society while children of the poor are prepared for and directed into low prestige positions
- Refers to the interactions between genders that tends to strengthen and perpetuate gender boundaries
. Contest between sexes, boys chasing girls, "cooties."
4 True/False questions
Adult stage → The final stage in which an individual is capable of taking the role of the generalized other.
Formal Socialization → Socialization in which peers or more experienced members train newcomers as they carry out their roles.
Degradation ceremony → is a ritual in which someone experiences negative, often extremely embarrassing events in the presence of others.
Preparatory stage → Here individuals learn to evaluate themselves and other socia objects from the point of view of a particular significant other