9 Which of these statements is the best explanation of the relative influence

9 which of these statements is the best explanation

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9. Which of these statements is the best explanation of the relative influence of biological and social factors in human development? Heredity provides the basic material out of which social interaction shapes human characteristics 10. Which of these is not one of the socializing functions of the media discussed in the text? providing the emotional support lacking in many families 11. According to sociologists Langhout and Mitchell, the hidden curriculum results in minority children being punished disproportionately in schools. 12. According to Freud, the superego is expressed in recognition of parental control and later of the demands of society. 13. Psychologist Carol Gilligan believes that women and men often have divergent views on morality. She argued that men are more concerned with law and order , whereas women are likely to consider the social relationships involved in the situation. 14. With regard to African American families, both daughters and sons are socialized toward autonomy, independence, self - confidence, and nurturance of children 15. What is it that sets peer groups apart from schools and families as agents of socialization? Unlike schools and families, peer groups allow children a degree of freedom from authority. 16. Which of these is not a step in the process of the looking-glass self ? We evaluate the attitudes that we perceive from others in terms of their correctness. 17. According to sociologist George Herbert Mead, in the preparatory stage of self- development, interactions lack meaning, and children largely imitate the people around them. 18. Sociologist George Herbert Mead’s concept of the generalized other refers to the child’s awareness of the demands and expectations of the society as a whole or of the child’s subculture.
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