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Exam 2 STUDY GUIDE

Exam 2 STUDY GUIDE - Introductory Sociology Unit 2 Chapter...

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Introductory Sociology Unit 2 Chapter 4 Socialization : Mead & Freud -feeling rules personality, self forbidden experiment, - feral child social isolate self-concept, looking-glass self -W. I. Thomas Theorem -oversocialized conception of people reflexive aspect of self phases: imitation, play, game significant other reference group (also p. 149) generalized other I, Me, -minding life course or stages total institution desocialization, resocialization -reverse socialization anticipatory socialization continuity theory five stages of loss functions, dysfunctions of mass media ideology Chapter 5 Social Structure & Society selfish or cooperative? social structure: formal and informal status: achieved, ascribed -status set, master status, - master trait social role, role performance -ideal, actual Zimbardo “mock” prison study -role set, role conflict, role strain -role distance, accessory, continuity, discontinuity, model -Peter Principle (162) -idealization society (versus culture) classification of types of societies esp. table 5.3
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