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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/4/10 Chapter 9 Children and Parents SOCL 2505 – 1 October 13, 2010
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11/4/10 What Are Parents Supposed to Do for Children? Provide the main setting where fundamental needs are met Supply most of the love, nurturing, care, and trust Train children in life skills Provide guidance, support, and discipline in later life
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11/4/10 Socialization as Support and Control Two broad ways in which parents socialize children: 1. Provide emotional support 1. Exercise control
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11/4/10 Socialization (cont.) l Parents may use three different styles of parental behavior Authoritative style – parents combine high levels of emotional support with consistent, moderate control of their children Permissive style – parents provide emotional support but exercise little
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11/4/10 Socialization (cont.) l Primary task is to familiarize children with the culture in which they are growing up l Involves teaching children norms and values Norms – widely accepted rules about how people should behave
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course SOCIOLOGY 2505 taught by Professor Doucet during the Fall '10 term at LSU.

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