Chapter 1 - Welcome to HD/SOC 15 Socialization of the Child...

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Welcome to HD/SOC 15 Socialization of the Child Human Ecology Involves the biological, psychological, social, and cultural contexts in which a developing person interacts and the consequent processes that develop over time… Chapter One- The Ecology of the Child Socialization is: A Human Process Unique to each individual Reciprocal and Dynamic First, we start with…. THE CHILD- who affects his/her own socialization process by the very fact they each is a unique individual. Some examples of individual, genetic traits include: Temperament a set of in-born traits that organize the child's approach to the world Instrumental in the development of the child's distinct personality Determine how the child goes about learning about the world around him. Birth Order Where a child places in the birth order can have an effect on how he sees himself. Gender Evolutionary Psychology: modern humans have inherited natural traits that were adaptive in a prehistoric environment, including traits that had different advantages for males
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This note was uploaded on 06/30/2011 for the course SOC 15 taught by Professor Mccord during the Summer '11 term at Irvine Valley College.

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Chapter 1 - Welcome to HD/SOC 15 Socialization of the Child...

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