Notes Chap 2 - Chapter Two Ecology of Socialization...

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Chapter Two Ecology of Socialization Socialization Processes Experience-expectant Experience-dependent Aims of Socialization Develop a Self-Concept Enable Self-Regulation Empower Achievement Teach Appropriate Social Roles Implement Developmental Skills Agents of Socialization Family School and Child Care Peers Community Media FAMILY Child’s first and primary socializing agent Dimensions of Ethnic Behavior Patterns: Orientation: Collectivistic or Individualistic Coping Style: Active or Passive Attitude toward Authority: Submissive vs Egalitarian Communication Style: Open/Expressive vs Restrained/Private SCHOOL AND CHILD CARE Transmission of culture Perpetuate knowledge, skills, customs, and beliefs Maintaining the status quo, ensuring cultural continuity, foster respect and adherence to existing social order Teaching the norms and standards of society Political ideology is communicated through textbooks and how subjects are
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Notes Chap 2 - Chapter Two Ecology of Socialization...

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