JSA theories of socialization

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JSA: Theories of Socialization 17:03 Durkeim’s view of society Ruth benedict, Patterns of Culture Role theory (interactionist theory) Identification  socialization Discovering self Berger’s “social map” Charles Horton Cooley (1864-1929) The “looking glass” theory It’s obvious from cooley’s theory, that the role that others play in self  perception is the starting point for theory of self.  George Herbert Mead (1863-1931) Symbolic Interactionism: Language and role imitation o Explains the stages through which we all go. o The stages through which we travel to development o Language is important, giving us a set of symbols Used to form thought patterns Significant other Generalized other Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Your ego: leads to sublimation o Perhaps your libido leads you to start masturbating in public
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