1305 CH 4

1305 CH 4 - CHAPTER 4 SOCIALIZATION Around the Globe?...

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CHAPTER 4 SOCIALIZATION
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Around the Globe? Socialization is the life long process of social interaction through which people acquire a self-identity and the social skills needed for survival in society
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Human Development: Biology and Society: Nature v Nurture Sociobiology - how biology affects social behavior- focus on genetic determinant of behavior (nature Sociology : focus on importance of nurture : Social Contact ( nurture ) absolutely essential for humans to develop normally a. Isolation and nonhuman primates --Harlow’s research on socially isolated monkeys b. Isolated children 1. Davis research –Anna 2. Genie 3. Feral children—Mueller’s-could this be? (chicken boy, wolf girls
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Psychological Theories of Human Development Freud and the Psychoanalytic Perspective a. Divided personality into 3 interrelated parts: Id- basic biological drives; demands instant gratification Ego- rational, reality-oriented; sanctions id Superego -conscience; moral and ethical aspects of the personality
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2010 for the course SOC 1305 taught by Professor Mueller during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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1305 CH 4 - CHAPTER 4 SOCIALIZATION Around the Globe?...

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