introppt6+2-6-08

introppt6+2-6-08 - Is the basis for our identity and self...

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Announcements Reminder: Please keep cells OFF Exam 1: 2/18 Exam 1 REVIEW SESSION: Tues., 2/12, in DERR 227, 6-7 p.m. --highly recommended! MONDAY, 2/11: IN-CLASS WRITING ASSIGNMENT ON MR Ch. 7 by Meyer. This will be similar to the last assignment on the Nacirema: I will ask you to write a paragraph summarizing a point or two about Meyer’s chapter
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Today: Socialization Brief review Socialization Types and agents of socialization Theories of socialization
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Brief Review: Socialization What is socialization? The nature vs. nurture debate
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Socialization Anticipatory socialization: Definition and examples Resocialization: Definition and examples
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Socialization Teaches us about our statuses and roles
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Unformatted text preview: Is the basis for our identity and self Helps shape our personality Influences our self-esteem Allows us to interact with one another Agents of Socialization Agents of socialization: Definition and description Includes: Family, peers, media, school(s) Sociological Theories What is a theory? Description Theories: Socialization Note: Refer to summary tables on p. 23 and 97 (will help you when you study for the exam) Each theory makes different assumptions about socialization and the consequences of socialization Psychoanalytic theory Father of theory: Sigmund Freud Assumptions Id, ego, and superego Socialization is important because. .....
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course SOCI 1310 taught by Professor Pattigiuffre during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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