lecture 2 - Educational Institutions 1. Educational...

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Educational Institutions 1. Educational institutions? a. Social organization responsible for transmission of knowledge, skills, beliefs, and values from one generation to another b. Informal socialization through socialization c. What is socialization i. The process of transmitting socially appropriate beliefs and behavior patterns to an individual (Wallace and Wallace, 1989) d. Biological bases of socialization i. Instincts ii. Childhood dependence iii. Capacity to learn iv. Language e. G.H. Mead (1863-1931) i. ”I and Me” ii. “I” is conscious, spontaneous, and creative part of the self. This portion of personality provides pain and pleasure. The “me” arises from social interaction. The “me” makes one aware of how one appears to others. f. C.H. Cooley (1864 – 1929): i. Looking glass theory 1. Society acts differently according to what it is preparing for a. Weddings v. funerals v. job interviews v. parties 2. You are a puppet of society; whatever society wants, you will
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