Chapter 3 Sociology

Chapter 3 Sociology - Chapter 3 SOCIALIZATION What is Human...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 3 SOCIALIZATION What is Human Nature? Nature vs. Nurture Feral Children Isolated Children Institutionalized Children Deprived Animals What is Human Nature In Sum... SOCIETY MAKES US HUMAN Socialization Into the Self and Mind Cooley and the Looking Glass Self We imagine how we appear to others We interpret others' reactions We develop a selfconcept Socialization Into the Self and Mind Mead and Role Taking Imitation Play Games Socialization Into the Self and Mind Piaget and the Development of Reasoning Sensorimotor Stage Preoperational Stage Concrete Operational Stage Formal Operational Stage Learning Personality, Morality, and Emotions Freud and the Development of Personality Kohlber and Development of Morality Gilligan and Gender Differences in Morality Socialization and Emotions Global Emotions Expressing Emotions What we Feel Socialization and Emotions Research Needed The Self and Emotions as Social Control Society Within Us Socialization into Gender Gender Messages in the Family Gender Messages in the Mass Media Television and Movies The Peer Group Agents of Socialization The Family Subtle Socialization The Family and Social Class The Neighborhood Agents of Socialization Religion Day Care The School Peer Groups Agents of Socialization Sports The Workplace Resocialization Total Institutions Socialization Through Life Childhood: Birth to ~ 12 years Adolescence: 13 to 17 years Young Adulthood: 18 to 29 years Socialization Through Life The Middle Years: 30 to 65 years Early Middle Years: 30 to 45 years Later Middle Years: 50 to 65 years Socialization Through Life The Older Years: 65 years on Early Older Years Later Older Years Sociological Significance of the Life Course Does not merely represent biology Social location very significant Are we prisoners of Socialization Sociologists do not think so Individuals are actively involved in construction of the self. ...
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