SOCY Chapter 4

SOCY Chapter 4 - Socialization Essentially socialization is...

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Socialization
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Essentially socialization is the learning of culture. Socialization is an ongoing and life long process.
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Question to Ask Yourself What purpose does socialization serve? How do individuals develop a sense of self? How does socialization occur? Who experiences resocialization?
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Social Isolation The Harlow’s research on socially isolated Examples of human isolation (Anna and Genie) indicate similar life altering effects.
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Psychological Theories of Human Development Freud - id,ego and superego battle it out throughout life See figure 4.1
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Erikson - eight psychosocial stages of development 1)trust v. distrust (birth to age one) 2)autonomy v. shame/doubt (1 to 3) 3)initiative v. guilt (3 to 5) 4)industry v. inferiority (6 to 11)
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Erikson - eight psychosocial stages of development 5)identity v. role confusion (12 to 18) 6)intimacy v. isolation (18 to 35) 7)generativity v. self-absorption (35 to 55) 8)integrity v. despair (maturity and old age)
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Erikson A crisis or potential crisis occurs sparking a shift into a new stage.
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