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Ch 3 Socialization Outline Socialization h The Functions of Socialization The Impact of Biology h Nurture vs. Nature Theories about socialization: h Cooley and the Looking Glass Self h Mead and Role Taking 3 stages in the process of learning
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Socialization Socialization: the process of social interaction by which individuals learn the characteristics of their group-- the knowledge, skills, attitudes, values, and actions thought to be appropriate for them h Reproduces society and culture h Foundation for personality and development of self The functions of socialization: h society teaches new generations the rules of conduct and behavior. h provide the foundation on which an individual develops his/her personality as well as a sense of self --the conscious recognition of being a distinct being. reflexive behavior which is the ability to plan, observe, guide, and
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Nature: The Impact of Biology Sociobiology argues that our social behavior is a biological imprint that can be found in all animals. h
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