9-20 lecture - Lecture 6: Socialization: Passive Learner vs...

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Lecture 6: Socialization: Passive Learner vs Active Seeker I. Older “passive learner” models 1. Conditioning 2. Indoctrination 3. Imitation II. Newer “Active Seeker” models 1. Cognitive-developmental theory role of “identity” 2. George Herbert Mead 1. “Generalized Other” 3. Anticipatory Socialization 1. Language learning among immigrants' children 2. summer learning before college conditioning - skinner – skinner box rewards and punishments – human beings like animals very poor model for how children and older adults how to learn very little socialization works this way, like gender socialization teachers use gender as a reward of punishments threatening someone with the idea that they are not acting like a boy or girl indoctrination – any attempt to tell people how to behave one problem – so much that a lot of it is contradictory, so you dont do what youre told cant be explanation of why people are way they are the most important social behaviors – no one actually tells you how to do it. Falling in love, making friends, etc learned thru experience of interactions ex. advertising not much evidence ads get you to do what you dont want to do
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This note was uploaded on 10/31/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Gold during the Fall '97 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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9-20 lecture - Lecture 6: Socialization: Passive Learner vs...

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