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Socialization The various processes through which we learn and develop are collectively called socialization There are several “perspectives” or theoretical approaches toward socialization and we will be spending most of our time on 2 perspectives
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Two perspectives Learning theories--developed for the most part in psychology and social psychology There are a set of models here that are thought to apply to all kinds of learning Classical conditioning or learning, operant learning, vicarious learning (sometimes called modeling or social learning)
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Two perspectives Symbolic Interaction Symbolic interaction is a perspective developed for the most part in sociology The emphasis is on process and on the symbols involved in human exchange
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Learning theories Classical conditioning: the pairing of two or more stimuli to elicit the same
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Unformatted text preview: response Classical UCS----------------------------UCR stimulus With the continual association of the UCS and the (neutral) stimulus, before long the neutral stimulus becomes associated with the heretofore unconditioned response When this occurs the conditioned stimulus elicits with the conditioned response Classical conditioning This is a very important process that is important in human and in animal processes One of these processes is the development of phobias (examples) Some principles Generalization gradient--responses associated with one stimulus spreads to similar stimuli purple yellow red Classical conditioning Desensitization The use of classical conditioning to eliminate a response (examples) Why do some techniques seem to work better than others?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2008 for the course SOCI 205 taught by Professor Evans during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.

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