SOC 100 Chapter 4 - SOC 100 Chapter 4 I Introduction a Coming to Terms the Palestinians and the Israelis b Socialization a process by which people

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SOC 100 Chapter 4 I. Introduction a. Coming to Terms: the Palestinians and the Israelis b. Socialization - a process by which people develop their capacities and acquire a unique personality and identify and by which culture is passed from generation to generation c. Internalization - the process by which we take cultural elements as our own and make them binding d. Primary Socialization - takes place before adolescence; during the development process e. Secondary socialization - takes place later in life; also called resocialization II. Nature and Nurture a. Nature - genetic makeup and biological inheritance b. Nurture - the environment and experiences that makeup each life c. Socialization is a product of the interaction of the two III. The Importance of Social Contact a. Cases of Extreme Isolation Kingsley Davis studies (1940, 1947) b. Children of the Holocaust Anna Freud and Sophie Dann (1958) studied 6 children whose parents died in the Nazi gas chambers c. Less Extreme Cases of Isolation
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SOC 100 Chapter 4 - SOC 100 Chapter 4 I Introduction a Coming to Terms the Palestinians and the Israelis b Socialization a process by which people

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