Infancy and Childhood--9-15-09-rev

Infancy and Childhood--9-15-09-rev - Quiz 2-Available Today...

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1 Quiz 2—Available Today at 4pm Have until Saturday @ 5pm Don’t forget to click on Internet Explorer compatibility button Exam 1—Sept 24 th Study Guide posted by Friday! Psychology of Women September 15, 2009 Socialization the process by which each generation passes a culture’s knowledge, beliefs, and skills along to children Multiple sources of socialization Socialization is gendered Nature vs. Nurture?? Gender-role socialization begins in the family Parents generally treat boys and girls similarly, but… They encourage sex-stereotyped activities in their children They convey gender schemas to their children They talk differently with daughters vs. sons, though much of gender teaching in parents’ talk is subtle, implicit They play differently with daughters vs. sons Parents with traditional gender-role attitudes communicate more traditionally-gendered behaviors to their children Implicitly and Explicitly
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course PSYC 310 taught by Professor Avery during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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