Week 5, Analysis Sheet 4- socialization

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Name_____________________________ Analysis Sheet #4 - Week 5, September 29: Socialization (5 pts) After completing this week’s readings, please thoroughly and thoughtfully answer the questions in about two singled-spaced pages, including the questions (around 4-7 sentences per question, though this will vary by question and how concisely you write). Write in your own words, using 12-point font and complete sentences. Check your grammar, spelling, and mechanics before submitting the assignment. 1. Give an example of how you personally enact the “looking-glass self” in your daily routine. Explain it in terms of the three principal elements described by Cooley. 2. Think about the articles by Cahill and by Broom et. al. and their discussions of gender socialization. Give a different example of gender socialization in your life.
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Unformatted text preview: What was the event, and what kind of gender role/expectations did it attempt to convey? 3. After reading the class notes I have uploaded for socialization, explain what you think were the three most important socialization agents in your life as a child and explain how those agents shaped you (it will help to complete this week’s readings before writing this response). 4. After reading the article by Karp, Holmstrom, and Gray (and the socialization class notes), explain how anticipatory socialization and resocialization play into the transition to college and a young adult identity. How may certain socialization agents become more important or less important at this time? 5. Bring a couple of magazines you have (or find) lying around to class on Monday. Complete this task for an easy point. Don’t forget!!...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 101 taught by Professor Clarke during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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