210 Midterm PRACTICE QUESTIONS Fall 2010

210 Midterm PRACTICE QUESTIONS Fall 2010 - EDUC 210 Section...

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EDUC 210 Section 5 Midterm Exam Review & Study Guide Practice Questions Fall 2010 Instructor: Elaine Brigham Midterm Review & Study Guide Practice Questions ED 210 • Social Diversity in Education • Fall ‘10 Section: 5 Instructor: Elaine Brigham Themes/Topics to help you Study Thematically: Socialization 1) Be able to explain the cycle of socialization – how does it begin? What are the stages (be able to apply this to your own social identities)? The cycle of socialization is a way of representing how the socialization process happens, from what sources it comes, how it affects our lives, and how it perpetuates itself. In other words, it shows how we are trained to fit into certain social indemnities throughout our lives. The first stage is the beginning, where we come into the world and inherit the mechanics of oppression that are already in place. Next is the first socialization, where we are socialized by our loved ones and the people who raise us. They teach us what to believe and how to think and act. After that is the institutional and cultural socialization, where are brainwashed by the media and education etc., which tell us who should have the power. Next is enforcement, where people are rewarded for playing along with the system and punished if they don’t. This all leads to a crossroads, where a person decides to either continue with the cycle and pass along the oppression and mind control to future generations, or challenge the system and ask questions. From here, we can take actions which help to change the cycle in a positive way. 2) Define the core of the cycle of socialization; what are the four factors and how do they work to inhibit personal and social change? The core of the cycle is the foundation that keeps people
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EDUC 210 Section 5 Midterm Exam Review & Study Guide Practice Questions Fall 2010 Instructor: Elaine Brigham continuing the cycle. The 5 factors are fear, ignorance, confusion, insecurity, and power. Fear works by reminding us that those who oppose the system are viewed as trouble makers. Ignorance works because those who do not consciously understand how the system works cannot make changes to it. Confusion works because oppression is difficult to understand, so people may not know if they are using offensive language when standing up for someone, so they do not speak out at all. Power works because you gain power through the system, and have the potential to lose power by opposing it. 3) What are the 8 stages of Harro’s Cycle of Socialization? ANSWERED IN NUMBER ONE 4) What are the characteristics of each stage or section of Harro’s Cycle of Socialization? ANSWERED IN NUMBER ONE Social Identities 1. Name the nine social identities that Tatum names in “The Complexity of Identity.” Then name your social group membership, within each of those five identities. Next explain whether each of those identities is
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