Prof.Dr. Halit Hami ÖZ-SOCIOLOGY-CHAPTER 5-SOCIALIZATION.pptx

Prof.Dr. Halit Hami ÖZ-SOCIOLOGY-CHAPTER 5-SOCIALIZATION.pptx

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Sociology CHAPTER 5-SOCIALIZATION Prof.Dr. Halit Hami ÖZ Kafkas Üniversitesi/Kafkas University Kars, Turkey [email protected]
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Learning Objectives Learning Objectives 5.1. Theories of Self Development · Understand the difference between psychological and sociological theories of self development · Explain the process of moral development 5.2. Why Socialization Matters · Understand the importance of socialization both for individuals and society · Explain the nature versus nurture debate 5.3. Agents of Socialization · Learn the roles of families and peer groups in socializatio · Understand how we are socialized through formal institutions like schools, workplaces, and the government 5.4. Socialization Across the Life Course · Explain how socialization occurs and recurs throughout lif · Understand how people are socialized into new roles at age-related transition points · Describe when and how resocialization occurs Download for free at est/. 2
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Introduction to Socialization In the summer of 2005, police detective Mark Holste followed an investigator from the Department of Children and Families to a home in Plant City, Florida. They were there to look into a statement from the neighbor concerning a shabby house on Old Sydney Road. A small girl was reported peering from one of its broken windows. This seemed odd because no one in the neighborhood had seen a young child in or around the home, which had been inhabited for the past three years by a woman, her boyfriend, and two adult sons. Who was the mystery girl in the window? Download for free at est/. 3
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Introduction to Socialization Entering the house, Detective Holste and his team were shocked. It was the worst mess they’d ever seen, infested with cockroaches, smeared with feces and urine from both people and pets, and filled with dilapidated furniture and ragged window coverings. Detective Holste headed down a hallway and entered a small room. That’s where he found the little girl, with big, vacant eyes, staring into the darkness. A newspaper report later described the detective’s first encounter with the child: “She lay on a torn, moldy mattress on the floor. She was curled on her side . . . her ribs and collarbone jutted out . . . her black hair was matted, crawling with lice. Insect bites, rashes and sores pocked her skin . . . She was naked—except for a swollen diaper. … Her name, her mother said, was Danielle. She was almost seven years old” (DeGregory 2008). Download for free at est/. 4
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Introduction to Socialization Detective Holste immediately carried Danielle out of the home. She was taken to a hospital for medical treatment and evaluation. Through extensive testing, doctors determined that, although she was severely malnourished, Danielle was able to see, hear, and vocalize normally.
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