Social Science Team Lecture

Social Science Team Lecture - Team Exam Erik Erikson...

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Team Exam 13/09/2007 09:58:00 Erik Erikson personality changes and evolves over time  8 stages of development primarily concerned with helping people through mental illness does not accept idea that personality is unchangeable after 5 years old sobriety, psychoanalysis Cooley “looking glass” Mead provide theories and explanations about what happens when people can’t  play roles correctly significant others Freud Durkheim Simmel Socialization Pass through stages of socialization Identified as coming through various agents Stages & agencies
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media peers teachers family Roles Very general, very specific Observe to find role Internalization When a role becomes natural to you Have complete understanding Ideology Berger o “when we speak of an ideology, when a certain idea serves a vested  interest in society” comes from the word idea, it is about ideas ideology exists because society finds it useful we accept ideology almost without question because we want/need to Reference groups People we compare ourselves to Definition of the situation Applications, can be general or specific When used with role theory
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o There are roles given for each situation Looking-glass self How people absorb roles How people interact “I am what you think you think I am” people are so desperate to belong that they will accept any role, not matter  what it is to belong “Me” self society tells what is right and wrong what society sees mask socialized self “society creates me” “I” self the part society never sees Significant Other We learn by emulation roles We adopt and absorb roles and what comes with them Surrounded by others (family) who teach you how to behave Generalized other Specific role assignments Peers Role Models People present themselves to you and you consciously and unconsciously  model your behavior on them
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The Evolution of Social Science 13/09/2007 09:58:00 I. Scientific Revolution (17 th  Century) & Enlightenment (18 th  Century)
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16 th -18 th  centuries  Early Modern Period Rules or Principles that could explain and even predict events o Through observation and experimentation o First time that a purely secular approach was used (non-religious) o People realized the incompatibility of science and religion Astronomy, physics, mathematics, mechanics Newton’s Principle of Mathematics (1667) o Most important secular book in history o Study the way the world works and come up with very helpful and 
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