Chapter 5 - Socializion - Socialization Lifelong social...

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Socialization: Lifelong social experience by which people develop their human potential and learn culturePersonality: A person’s fairly consistent patterns of acting, thinking, and feeling-We build our personality by internalizing our surroundingsSocial Isolation-Harry Harlow’s monkey mother experimentTheories of SocializationSigmund Freud-Id: Basic human drives-Ego: Conscious efforts to balance pleasure with society’s demands-Superego: Cultural values and norms internalized by an individualJean Piaget-Sensorimotor Stage: Experiencing the world through their senses-Preoperational Stage: First using language and other symbols-Concrete Operational Stage: First seeing casual connections in their surroundings-Formal Operational Stage: Thinking abstractly and criticallyLawrence Kohlberg-Preconventional: “What feels good to me”-Conventional: Learning to differentiate between right and wrong-Postconventional: Considering abstract ethical principles (justice, freedom)Carol Gilligan-

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