1004.Chap3 - Chapter 3: Socialization How do we learn to...

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Chapter 3: Socialization How do we learn to become normally functioning members of society?
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Nature vs. Nurture Biological determinism Environmental determinism
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“Feral” Children Anna & Isabelle
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Margaret Mead on cross-cultural socialization Papua New Guinea Arapesh Mundugumor Tchambuli
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Theories of Socialization Social Learning Theory Developmental Theory Symbolic Interactionist Theory
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Social Learning Theory Conditioning Vicarious learning Observational learning Modeling or imitation
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Developmental theory Stresses stages of development Jean Piaget
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Cognitive development Children cannot grasp certain concepts until they have reached a certain level of development. That is, concepts have to be learned in a certain sequence.
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Stages of Moral Development - Piaget 1. Moral realism 2. Morality of cooperation
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Cognitive development 1. Distinctive stages 2. Role of peers
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Symbolic Interactionism Charles Horton Cooley “the looking-glass self”
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Symbolic Interactionism George Herbert Mead 1. Imitation stage 2. Play stage 3. Game stage 4. Generalized other
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1004.Chap3 - Chapter 3: Socialization How do we learn to...

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