Socialization
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Socialization

Course Number: ACCO 102, Spring 2012

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Socialization How society effects human development, nature v. nurture, are we prisoners of socialization What is Human Nature? Socialization is the process by which people learn the characteristics of their group- knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and actions appropriate for them Nature and nurture effect human development Societal interaction is a key to human development- shown in studies of feral and...

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society Socialization How effects human development, nature v. nurture, are we prisoners of socialization What is Human Nature? Socialization is the process by which people learn the characteristics of their group- knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and actions appropriate for them Nature and nurture effect human development Societal interaction is a key to human development- shown in studies of feral and isolated children Language, social contact and interaction allow humans develop in emotionally healthy human beings. This is known as the social environment (entire human environment including direct contact with others) Language is not natural it is learned The family is the primary agent of socialization Theories of Human Development Humans develop reasoning skills, personality, emotions, morals and a sense of self through social observation, contact and interaction. Major theories- Cooleys looking glass self, Mead and role taking, Piaget and stages of development, Kohlbergs stages of development, and Carol Gilligan stages of development. Looking Glass Self and Role Taking Looking Glass Self (1902) Each to a looking glass reflects the other that doth pass. Charles Cooley- coined the term. It is the process by which a persons sense of self develops from interactions with others. 1-Imagine how we appear to those around us 2-Intrperet others reactions 3- develop self- concept The self is never a finished product, it is always a process Mead and Role Taking (1934) In order to take the role of the other the person needs to put themselves in the other persons shoes Not born with this ability- during childhood this is developed through play Children first learn to take on the role of the significant other eventually take the role of the generalized other Three Stages of Role Taking Three and Undermimic gestures and words of others Three to Six- Take role of others, firefighter, superhero Games- play organized games that require them to take multiple roles I and Me and the Mind as a Product of Society Self is divided into two parts-I and the Me I is the self as subject, creative, active part of self Me is the self as an object Mead drew the conclusion that not only the self but the human mind is a social product We think using symbols. Symbols come from societies, like language. If society did not provide symbols we could not think The mind is a product of society Piaget and the Development of Reasoning (1954) Piaget concluded that children go through four stages as they develop the ability to reason 1. Sensormotor stage 2. Preoperational stage 3. Concrete operational stage 4. Formal operational stage Piaget and the Development of Reason Sensormotor Stage understanding limited to direct contact. Cant recognize cause and effectbirth to age two Preoperational Stage do not understand common concepts like size and speed, do not understand numbers. Cant take the role of the other Two to age seven Piaget and the Development of Reason Concrete operational stage Reasoning ability remains concrete Children can understand causation Take the role of others and participate in games Need concrete examples to talk about concepts Ages seven to twelve Piaget and the Development of Reason Formal Operational Stage Children capable of abstract thinking Can talk about concepts based on general principles Children know right from wrong without needing concrete examples After age twelve Lawrence Kohlberg described development of moral reasoning (what we consider right and wrong) As we develop we pass through levels of moral thinking Global Aspects of the Self and Reasoning Cooley, Mead, Kohlberg and Piagets ideas are universal Children enter stages at different times Piagets main idea demonstrates that a basic structure underlies the development of reasoning, children all over the world begin with the concrete and move to the abstract Some people get stuck in stage four of Kohlbergs scale. Studies show that college nurtures stage five and people without this experience have less ability for abstract thought. Social experience and culture can modify these stages. Freud and the Development of Personality o o o Along with development of the mind is the development of the personality Sigmund Freud, Austrian psychologist theory of the three elements of personality The id The ego The superego Freud and the Development of Personality Id- all people are born with it. The inborn drive that leads us to seek self gratification. Ego- the id is blocked by the needs of others. To adapt to these needs the ego develops. It is the balancing force between the id and societies needs to suppress it. Superego- the culture within us. The norms and values we have internalized from our social groups. The moral component of our personality. Freud does not take into account the fact that social class and roles in groups underlie our behavior Socialization and Emotions Emotions essential to what we become. depend on socialization Six universal emotions- anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness and surprise expressed differently in different cultures byproduct of culture, class and relationship Childhood socialization centers on learning the norms of emotion, how to express our emotions in a variety of settings The Self and Emotions as Social Control Socialization is needed to turn us into conforming members of society What factors influence how we act? Our social mirror the result of being socialized into a self and emotions- sets up effective controls to our behavior Socialization and Gender pp.75-78 Society uses gender socialization that set different expectations for males and females By adulthood most of us act, think and feel according to cultural guidelines, what is appropriate about our sex Parents are the first significant others that teach us about our roles Gender and the Family Studies show that boys are subconsciously rewarded for being active and independent and girls are rewarded for being passive and dependent Boys and girls have different toys, play differently, boys get dirty, girls are more compliant Socialization lies at the heart of male-female differences Gender Messages from Peers and Mass Media Sorting process begins with family and continues with peer groups, individuals of roughly the same age linked by common interest Television, movies and video games reinforce societies expectations of our behavior Television and movies can reinforce stereotypes or display stereotype breaking characters Are video games changing or reinforcing stereotypes? Read Mass Media in Social Life, page 79, and answer the questions. Gender serves as the primary basis for social inequalityprivileges and obligations given to one group and not another- makes gender images important to understand Agents of Socialization pp.78-85 Groups that influence our orientation toward lifeour self concept, emotions, attitudes and behaviorare called agents of socialization. Major Agents of Socialization The Family The Neighborhood Religion Day Care School and Peer Groups Sports and Competitive Success The Workplace The Family Study of how working class families and middle class families raise their children. Job type is a defining characteristic of child rearing style. The Neighborhood Parents try to move to better neighborhoods Children from low income neighborhoods are more likely to get into trouble, get pregnant, drop out of school and have a disadvantaged life. More affluent neighborhoods people watch out for each other more because the population is more stable. This keeps children out of trouble and safe Religion Religion influences values 40% of Americans regularly Even attend church people who do not go to church regularly religion provides a framework for morality Teaches ideas about dress, speech, manners that are appropriate for formal occasions Latent and Manifest Functions Latent functions- unintended consequences of peoples actions Manifest functions- intended beneficial consequences of peoples actions Day Care A study that followed children from age infancy to kindergarten reported that children that spent more time in day care than with their mothers were more uncooperative and unaffectionate toward their mothers. This was regardless of social class or the families social status A positive finding was the children scored higher on language tests regardless of income or social status. This is probably due to the social interaction with other children at day care. School and Peer Groups As children enter school the influence of the parents and family lessens When this occurs there is a transfer of values too those of the peer group Children separate themselves by sex group School and Peer Groups School gives children a broader perspective that helps them prepare for the world beyond the family Children learn universality- the same rules apply to everyone regardless of how special they may be at home Corridor Curriculum-What students teach each other outside of classroom Schools around the world reflect and reinforce their nations social, economic and political systems School and Peer Groups Boys Norms Athletic Ability Coolness Toughness Academic Achievement for boys lowered their popularity Girls Norms Popularity based on family background Physical appearance The ability to attract popular boys Academic achievement increased standing among peers School and Peer Groups It is almost impossible to go against your peer group Those who conform are insiders. Those that dont are outsiders. Standards of peer groups dominate our lives and influence our choices Sports and Competitive Success Sports teach values- how to be a team player Boys learn to achieve in sports to gain prestige Encourages boys to develop instrumental relationships- those based on what you can get out of people Girls construct their identities on meaningful relationships, not competitive success The Workplace We learn different perspectives about the world from our co-workers and workplace Before we become engaged in a career we become involved in anticipatory socialization-learning to play a role before entering it. This allows us to become familiar with a role and become aware what is expected of us The more we participate in a line of work the more it becomes part of your self concept, people describe themselves by their line of work Resocialization pages 85-87 Occurs when people learn new norms, values and attitudes to match their new situation. When new ideas become incorporated into the person, they view life as fundamentally different. Examples of Resocialization Divorce Going to college AA Total Institutions A place where people are cut off from the rest of society and are totally controlled by the officials that run the place. Examples Boot Camp Prison Concentration Camps Total Institutions When a person enters a total institution they go through a degradation ceremony This is an attempt to strip away the persons identity- shaved head, take away personal items, undergo examination in public, given a uniform All routine is standardized, takes away individuality This experience brands a person for life Life Course pages 87-90 The stages we go through in life from birth to death are the life course As we pass through life it effects your behavior and orientations Life course differs because of social location (corners in life people occupy because of where they are located in society) Race , ethnicity, gender map out different experiences Childhood (Birth- 12) Historically childhood was not a special time Industrialization changed how we view childhood They began to attend school, attitudes of dependency and children needing gentle guidance to develop emotionally, intellectually and morally. Today this view is taken for granted and seen as natural Technology can change the nature of childhood, TV images of war, rape, murder expose children to a world that used to be hidden from them. In Least Industrialized Nations childhood is still not seen as a special time Adolescence (13-17) Not a natural division but a social division Industrial Revolution brought material abundance that allowed teens to stay out of the labor force, this stage created by society not biology At the same time education became important , this created a gap between childhood and adulthood In industrialized nations adolescents must find their own identity- leaving the younger world and not yet in the older world Adolescents develop their own clothing, attitudes, language, music- their own subculture In tribal societies there are initiation rites as a person passes from childhood to adulthood Transitional Adulthood (18-29) Post industrial societies have extended adolescence, this period called transitional adulthood (adultolescence) Mostly freed from control of parents, yet they do not have to support themselves Young adults attend college, graduate and either establish a career or find themselves At some point during this period people take on a full time job, get married , go into debt , etc. The Middle Years 30-65 Early Middle Years 30-49 People become sure of themselves and their goals in life Women have trouble with the transition during this timesupermom, career, superwives Pressures of too little time and too much to do Many adjustments during this period Middle Years Later Middle Years 50-65 Health issues and morality play a role during this stage Change in orientation of thinkingfrom birth to time left to live Compare what they have accomplished with how far they hoped to go Evaluation of the past and come to terms of what lies ahead Many care for children and aging parents Many enjoy job security and the children are grown Idea of self is firmly planted and fewer upheavals are likely to occur Older Years 65 and on In modern industrial societies the older years begin after 65 Until the early 1900s most people died before reaching this age, industrialization brought better public health and nutrition that prolonged life Early Older Years- 65 to 80 Many people view this as an extension of the middle years The idea of death becomes less abstract People feel time closing in on them Later Older Years- 80 + People see others around them pass away Stage is marked by growing frailty and illness Sociological Significance of the Life Course When you live and your social location determine your life course. Being born ten years later or earlier can change the direction your life takes Social Location- your gender, social class and raceis also significant. Societies events will have similar effects on people of the same social location Individual factors also influence your life course. examples marrying early, entering college late Are we Prisoners of Socialization? We are not completely products of socialization- socialization does not go in and behavior comes out. Socialization effects us all, but we each have a self. The self is dynamic not a passive sponge, we are each actively involved in the construction of the self. Some social institutions, like the family, provide us with the basic elements of our personality. We voluntarily join other social groups that have an effect on our self. People can change the self and social location along with the options available within society.

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