Lecture Notes 071006 - Katie Kerr SOC 302 July 10, 2006 In...

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Katie Kerr SOC 302 July 10, 2006 In the absence of socialization, we would not be normal, functioning humans. In the absence of interaction with other people, we cannot reach our full potential.  Socialization – the process through which we learn how to interact with other  people, the culture of our society, including the roles (the basis of the interaction) A biocultural nature of cognitive development Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Stimulus response theory – we can only learn those things that we are exposed  to and that we are rewarded for doing - didn’t allow for invention 1) Sensorimotor (birth – 2) Object permanence 2) Preoperational (2 – 7) The child cannot solve problems that require putting herself in someone  else’s shoes Cannot take the role of the other 3) Concrete Operation (7-12) The child learns to take the role of the other Learns to use concrete logic that you need to function in everyday life
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