Stereotypedapplication of generalizations many of

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Unformatted text preview: t as advantaged as others. Socialization—Process of learning the social norms and expectations of the culture and society. Stereotyped—Application of generalizations, many of which are inaccurate and negative, about a group without consideration of individual differences within the group. Structural assimilation—Assimilation of groups to the point that they share primary relationships, intermarry, and have equality with the dominant group. Subcultures—Groups within a society that are connected to cultural group memberships such as gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, religion, exceptionalities, language, and age. Subsocieties—Groups within a society such as punk, gangs, skinheads, or hippies that have developed their own values, attitudes, and behaviors, which are different from the norm and often not acceptable to the dominant cultural group. Values—Qualities or principles that are considered desirable and important....
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2014 for the course EDF 2555 taught by Professor during the Fall '14 term at E. Illinois.

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