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Chapter 3 Socialization
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Chapter Outline What is Socialization? The Self and Self-concept Learning to Be Human Theories of Socialization Socialization Through the Life Course Resocialization Agents of Socialization
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What is Socialization? Begins with learning the norms and roles of our family and subculture and making these part of our self-concept. As we grow older and join new groups and assume new roles, we learn new norms and redefine our self-concept.
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The Self and Self-Concept The I is the spontaneous, creative part of the self. The me is the self as social object, the part of the self that responds to others’ expectations. The self that we are aware of is our self- concept. It consists of our thoughts about our personality and social roles.
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Theories of Socialization Freudian theory Piaget and cognitive development Symbolic interaction theory The structural school
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Socialization is a contest between Biological drives (id)
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course SOCI 1100 taught by Professor Nadmarni during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota Colleges.

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