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Socialization - Lecture 5 Socialization Monday 12:46 PM...

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Lecture 5: Socialization Monday, February 11, 2008 12:46 PM Connecting to fit in 1. Introduction A. Relational escalation achieved through: 1. Self disclosure 2. Balanced interaction control 3. Messages of inclusion and affection B. These same skills are required for social integration 1. Be friendly, open, and attentive 2. Don't dominate the conversation 3. Control non-verbals 2. The Need to Connect Socialization A. Definition of Socialization 1. Acquisition of the skills, knowledge, values, motives, and roles 2. Appropriation to the individual's position in a group or society 3. That perpetuates the group and builds cultural values 4. Guiding the member's self concept 5. Socialization is a means of influence 6. The emphasis is on communication competence: understanding the values, motives, and knowledge required and performing those roles necessary to fit in. B. Perceptions of the Communicative Climate 1. Autonomy: How much individual freedom and flexibility do I have?
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