10 Educational Institutions and Inequality

10 Educational Institutions and Inequality - Educational...

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Educational Institutions and Inequality Educational Institutions Social organizations are responsible for transmission of knowledge, skills, beliefs, and values from one generation to another - By the time you go to elementary school, children are already adapted to the way their parents are (language culture, religion, etc.); this is the power of socialization Informal Education Through Socialization Socialization is the process of transmitting social appropriate beliefs and behavior patterns to an individual Biological bases of socialization - Instincts deal with what people don’t have conscience over Majority of social scientists don’t believe that we have instincts They believe that bonds between family members learn this through dependence - Childhood dependence creates this strong bond between a family and child, which makes people believe it is instinct - A human’s capacity to learn is almost unlimited - Language depends on the make of vocal cords Since we can make so many different sounds, it creates a language (look how many different languages there are in the world). Theories on socialization
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2010 for the course ISS 210 taught by Professor Zimmerman during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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