Chapter 4 - Lecture SlidesIntroduction to Sociology Anthony...

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4/2/12 1 Anthony Giddens Mitchell Duneier Richard Appelbaum Slides created by Dr. Huei-Hsia Wu Boise State University Lecture Slides—Introduction to Sociology
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4/2/12 2 Chapter 3 Socialization & the Life Cycle
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4/2/12 3 Socialization Socialization = the process whereby, through contact with other human beings, the helpless infant gradually becomes a self-aware, knowledgeable human being, skilled in the ways of the given culture &environment.
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4/2/12 4 Culture, Society, and Child Socialization “Unsocialized” Children What would children be like if, in some way or another, they were raised without the influence of human adults? Obviously no humane person could bring up a child away from social influence. influence. There are, however, a number of much- discussed cases of children who have spent their early years away from normal human contact. -TH E “ W I LD BOY OF AVEYRON” -G E N I E
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4/2/12 5 Theories of Child Development George Herbert Mead-the Development of Self Q: How do we understand a sense of self? Children achieve an understanding of being separate agents by seeing themselves through the eyes of others. 3 stages: imitation, play & game.
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