C.4.Socialization.S.08 - C.4.Socialization The (lack of)...

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    1 C.4.Socialization The (lack of) social experience: “Nell” Feral Children     -- Isabelle    -- Anna        -- wired to learn (biology) Orphanage vs. Prison Babies Orphanage vs. Prison Babies Romanian Orphanages         Nature                   Nurture Innate                     Learned Bio-physiological      Psy/Soc/Cul Hereditary              Environment Behaviors fixed       Not fixed    
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    2 Nature: -- sex -- hormones -- heart disease (XY) -- stronger immune (XX) -- genetic disorders (XY) -- senses (XX)
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    3 1. Why is the study of personality traditionally a concern  of psychologists rather than sociologists? 2.   Are the studies of children in Romanian orphanages  comparable to the cases of Isabelle and Anna?  What  kind of care do children need to develop normally?
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    4 C.4.Socialization Socialization  defined: Participation in group life through the acquisition  of  culture.
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    5 C.4.Socialization Culture:  Revisited Ways of life: Ideas Objects Behaviors Groups unique to a setting or society
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    6 C.4.Socialization                             Self (uniqueness + Personality   (blend of cultural factors)  Personal Identity                                   Separateness, Individualism,                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Psychology Role _____________
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    7 C.4.Socialization Sociology Role: Social ID Comes from human affiliation Built over time Social Identities Human need for affiliation               --  What happens if this need is denied?
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    8 Sociological Approaches to Self Grounded in Symbolic Interactionism “What we think others think of us is what we think of ourselves” George Cooley: The Looking-Glass Self Self is a product of social interaction Three-stage process 
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    9 Sociological Approaches to Self Grounded in Symbolic Interactionism 1) Imagine how we appear to others. 2)   Imagine the reaction of others to our imagined appearance 3)   Self-evaluation based on how we imagine others have judged us.
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    10 Looking Glass Notes: Complex in several ways     --  significant others     --  Empathetic view  (or role taking)         * increases social connection         * anticipatory responses
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