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if isolated from other individuals no language, religion, culture, tradition, we fight wars on these differences. all man made. biological bases of socializationINFORMAL EDUCATIONprocess used to learn and internalize things in societyformal educationthrough schooling, elementary, high schoolboth forms are responsible for inequalityTheories on socializationA. G.H MED“I” suggests, part of what you inherit is creativitysingers: hannah montana, started singing at a young agepoint: the creative part of your personality, cannot learn, you are born with that creative spontaneous
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17:46“ME”socialized component part of your personalitystarts right at birthlearn from other individuals over timeB. C. H Cooleyamerican sociologistlooking glass theoryindividual is a product of society, every move is under control of other individualsas an individual, you have no such thing as individuallynothing you can claim that you are a personaccording: you learn everything through other individuals through the process of socializationthings you feel like are yours, are not yoursif you love a type of fashion, simply because someone else likes it. somebody who is maybe your role modelall of food, likes, dislikes, traditions, values. you learn from other peopleculturally speaking, we associate certain thing with certain, food, culture, and religions saying: you are looking at your image in the mirror, you are looking at your image of the eyes of the people looking at you. to match their desire and not yoursgo to jcpenny and bought a dress for 200$. you looked at yourself in the dressing room, you go to the party in the dress, love the dress. someone comes up and says that dress does not look good on you. another party, another group of, girl says dress does not look on you. the new person created doubt in your mind. third place.look at dress in eyes of other, they dont like it.you as an individual are like a puppetengage in front stage behavior in front of societywaiter: front stage in front of waiters, role is to be nice a polite and disregard how rude customers are. go back in the kitchen: backstage behavior, say how rude costumers are
17:46the puppet is playing a role on the stage of society, your strings are attached to society. every action is controlled some one else society directs you how to act, and how not to actin different situations, the same person will act in different waysindividuals are actors playing role, depending on situations change roles, backstage and front stage behaviorJean Piagethow individual become a formal individual and part of societya gradual and slow process in every society, kids go through successive stages of personality developmentssensorimotor stageage 0-2kids experience outside world through senses: touching, hearing, listening, and suckingdeveloping perceptions and how things operate, very impressionalpre-operational stagegetting ready for something that is happening nextbetween age 2-7the kid uses language and symbols to learn what goes on around themgetting ready to be in fully operational, internalizing through senses, add of symbols and languageconcrete operational stageage 7-11

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