Socialization_3rd_class

Socialization_3rd_class - Review Culture Culture symbols...

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Review: Culture Culture: symbols, language, norms, values Cultural Change: Invention, discovery, diffusion Cultural lag Popular and High Culture Many, many cultures in the world, can be a
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Socialization January 25, 2012
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Socialization starts before birth When parents know the baby’s sex Gender: one of the first things we are taught
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What happens when we’re young? Realize you are an individual Realize you have relationships with other people Learn how to communicate Understand socialization process Learn how to cooperate with others “be a member of society”
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George Herbert Mead: the Social Self “The self as a product of social experience” Without social interaction, no personality will emerge as a human gets older Isolated, neglected children This theory stands in contrast to Freud, Piaget Difference between psychology and
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Mead: self-awareness When we gain the ability to imagine ourselves as another person…we become
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course SOCL 2001 taught by Professor Mecom during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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