SOC1013 CHAPTER 3 - SOCIALIZATION

SOC1013 CHAPTER 3 - SOCIALIZATION - CHAPTER 3 SOCIALIZATION...

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CHAPTER 3 - SOCIALIZATION Becoming Human. Social experience Socialization . Lifelong social experience by which individuals develop their human potential and learn culture. Personality . A person’s fairly consistent patterns of acting, thinking, and feeling.
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Socialization: Nurture versus Nature Explanations of human behavior Nature. Nurture. Social interaction. Social isolation.
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UNDERSTANDING SOCIALIZATION Freud: The Elements of Personality Id . Human being’s basic drives. Super-ego . The operation of culture within the individual. Ego . A person’s conscious efforts to balance innate pleasure seeking drives with demands of society.
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COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT Jean Piaget’s Theory Sensorimotor stage. Birth - 2 years of age Preoperational stage. 2-7 years of age Concrete operational stage. 7-11 years of age. Formal operational stage. 11 years and older.
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COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT Kohlberg’s Moral Development Pre-conventional Level.
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  • Spring '08
  • AdriaBodour
  • Sociology, Theory of cognitive development, Kohlberg's stages of moral development, Erikson- Lifelong socialization

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