Unformatted text preview: a) Personality develops as a result of socialization which takes place via social interaction. b) An individual must be able to step outside of them selves and see themselves fromt he view of others-"Taking the role of other." c) The " self " (personality) develops by internalizing the norms of one's society. d) The "Generalized-Other" consists of a composite of all those who contribute and participate in one's society. (Control behavior later on). e) The "Significant-Other" are those with whom the individual has an "important" relationship. f) Mead's "I" is that part of the "self" which is spontaneous. g) Mead's "ME" is that part of the "self" which comes about as a result of the individual's internalization of society's values and behavior expectations....
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- Fall '10
- Sociology, Unconscious Socialization