Socialization - SOCIALIZATION The process of becoming a...

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SOCIALIZATION The process of becoming a social being
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Definitions Process of learning and living one’s culture Process of cultural transmission Becoming fully human Developing a personality, cognition and morality Learning one’s gender, racial/ethnic, social identity
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+ Nature v + Nurture Children reassigned to a different sex group experience identity problems Social behavior is influenced by hormones Physiological development S e x u a l i d e n t i t
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Theories of Socialization Personality Freud : id, ego and superego Erikson: 8 stages of man
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Personality Development Freud and Erikson The process involves a constant struggle between nature and nurture Socialization has a biological component and a social component Childhood experiences are paramount in the development of personality Socialization continues throughout adulthood
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Theories of Socialization Self G.H. Mead: I (subject), me (object); role- taking (imitation, play, and generalized other)
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course SYG 1000 taught by Professor Glorialessan during the Spring '12 term at Florida State College.

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