I vs - Feelings of loyalty to something beyond the family...

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I vs. Me – the first reaction of the self comes from the “I”, what we want to do; the second reaction looks at the reaction of others to the “me”, how others will react to my actions. When people act unpredictably the I is in control. Section 3 – Agents of Socialization The Family and socialization – a child does not select who socializes him or her. The family teaches a child how to: Think and speak Learn norms, beliefs and values Acquire a self-image The family’s social class shapes what we think of ourselves and how others treat us. Socialization in schools – a child develops impersonal relationships for the first time Rewards and punishments are based on performance rather than affection
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Unformatted text preview: Feelings of loyalty to something beyond the family are created. Hidden Curriculum – aspects of culture taught to students so they can succeed in life. Students are taught to value discipline, order, cooperation, and conformity – things that are necessary to succeed at work. (Compare to the past – rote learning v. group work). (Private schools v. public school). Time may be more important than what is learned – bells tell us when to move on, not whether or not something was learned. School separates students from the adult world – therefore students depend on each other for their social life....
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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