Chapter 3 \u2013 Socialization- Study guide - Chapter 3 Socialization Study guide These come from the PowerPoints and the E-text You should be familiar

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Chapter 3 – Socialization- Study guide These come from the PowerPoints and the E-text You should be familiar with the following terms and concepts, and be able to apply them to examples: - The definition of the "self": A developmental process occurring between the stimulus and response. Includes the interaction between the “I” and “me” One’s sense of identity and awareness of self, awareness of being human A social product - The definition of Socialization The process by which people learn the characteristics of their group- The knowledge, attitudes, values, norms, and actions thought appropriate for them. - Functions of Socialization We imagine how we appear to others around us We interpret other’s reactions We develop a self concept. -How you view yourself - Feral, Isolated and Institutionalized Children Feral Children: They could not speak; only bit, growled, scratched and walked on all fours. They drank by lapping water, ate grass, ate raw meat and showed insensitivity. Institutionalized Children Human interaction in early childhood helps develop a higher intelligence *****Orphanages in India experiment ***** Isolated Children: Humans have no natural language No instincts that take the place of language Without language, there can be no culture Culture is the key to what people become. - Freud and the Psychoanalytic Perspective Freud: Physician in Vienna in early 1900’s who founded psychoanalysis.
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