While we play we invent rules The game stage is from about age seven and

While we play we invent rules the game stage is from

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the rules in games. While we play, we invent rules. The game stage is from about age seven and onwards and we can understand and stick to the rules of games an begin to understand other people's perspective. 4. Discuss Cooley’s looking-glass self. What are the three stages in this theory? First, we imagine how we must appear to others. Second, we imagine the judgment of that appearance. Finally, we develop ourself through the judgments of others. 5. What happens to children who grow up in extreme isolation? What does this tell us about socialization? Children who don’t get too much socialization are often underdeveloped and scared of interaction. Socialization is extremely important for humans. We are almost useless without it. 3.07 Critical Thinking Questions 1. Describe the nature vs. nurture debate. Which do you think has a greater influence on humans—nature or nurture? The debate is about contributions of genetic inheritance and environmental factors to human development. Nurture seems to have a bigger influence because it includes the effects of social relationships, and culture to the development of a person. 2. Which of the agents of socialization do you think is most important to teaching culture? Why?
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