Study marriage and fam

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19:56 Socialization: the process of becoming a person, a social being, human; process of  learning and living one’s culture; varies by gender, race, class, social culture, and social  structure.  Freud Self=personality=id + ego + superego Mead’s theory of social self Saw the self as the basis of humanity that develops from social interaction Tabula rasa  As the infant interacts with other people, it begins to develop necessary attitudes,  beliefs, and behaviors to fit into society. Piaget’s cognitive development theory  Differentiating oneself from external world; learning to use language and symbols;  understanding the perspective of another person; learning to think and reason in  abstract terms about the past, present, and future. Cognitive development is a process of biological maturation and environmental  experiences  Erikson’s psychosocial theory of development  Focuses on entire lifespan  Conflicts of different stages of life that need to be resolved-family, peers, school, work. Sociology  Structural functionalism: socialization is learning the core values of society and act  according to social expectations so we can become contributing members of society  Conflict: socialization is learning the patterns of social inequality and ideologies that  support the status quo  Symbolic interaction: socialization is the process to develop self-identity via the looking- glass, role-taking, and role-identity  Cooley Self=looking glass=how we think others see us 
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Gilligan  Self=gendered-racial-cultural moral reasoning  Kohlberg Self=moral reasoning  Whites: increasing number of children live in more than one family composition; most  couples work outside of the home; women spend more time on household and  childcare. African Americans: half of children live in single parent homes; rely on extended family;  husband and wife tend to both do chores.  Asian Americans: patriarchy; traditional gender roles. Native Americans: majority in 2 parent households; more egalitarian; tribal customs. Middle Eastern Americans: divorce/single parent not acceptable; patriarchal;  -Latino parents are less likely to read to their young children but expect them to  graduate from college more than other races -African American children are most likely to live with one parent, usually the mother. -American and Latino fathers supervise their children’s activities more closely.
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