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I&I CH4 - CHAPTER 4 LEARNING DIFFERENCE FAMILIES...

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CHAPTER 4 LEARNING DIFFERENCE: FAMILIES, SCHOOLS, AND SOCIALIZATION
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Identity and Socialization Identity is a joint social production, influenced by: Family Peers Other cultural groups Socialization: the process by which societies create members whose values, behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions correspond to those deemed by that society as appropriate
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“Learning” Gender from Family Parents’ use of language to their children and about their children Clothing and toys Encouragement (and discouragement) of certain behaviors Discipline Expectations A.reflexive crying and vegetative sounds
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Androgynous Socialization Purposeful practice of bringing up children to have both male and female traits and behaviors, specifically in order to diminish the heavy societal emphasis on gender distinctions Advantages? Mead: definitions of “natural” gender tendencies are not universal
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“Learning” Racial Identity When does it develop?
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