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2D06 Lecture 10 "Socialization Part 2".docx

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Sociology
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SOCIOL 2D06
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Sarah Clancy

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Fox 1 Lecture 10 SOCIOL 2D06 Wednesday November 27, 2013 Socialization Part II  Forms of Socialization – 2. Gender Socialization nd  Let’s watch the 2 of the 2 videos – this one is from the ABC “What Would You Do” series called “You Can’t Be A Princess” (2012)  Gender norms and roles are grounded within broader socialization processes  Structure & Time - Impacts on Socialization  Life events and experiences over the life course impact our socialization processes (p. 158)  Life course perspective in sociology (4) (p. 159): I. Historical & Social Context o Dependant on “birth cohorts” II. Timing & Life Stages: o “Age-linked patterns of behavior” (p. 162) o Interruptions in the “normal trajectory” is called a “turning point” (p. 164) III. Linked Lives: o Divorce, mental health, marriage, having children are all activities and life events that effect individuals with linked lives IV. Agency (p. 166): o Structural conditions or socio-demographic factors can affect the degree of agency one possess and exhibits (ie., gender, race, etc.,) o Personal beliefs also affect how much agency we can exhibit, which is often influenced by our structural and socially given statuses and roles (p. 166)  Erickson’s Stages of Social Development (8 Stages) (p. 164): 1) Trust vs Mistrust o Birth – 1.5 years 2) Autonomy vs Shame/Doubt o 1.5-3 years Fox 2 Lecture 10 3) Initiative vs Guilt o 3-6 years 4) Industry vs Inferiority o 6-12 years 5) Identity vs Role Confusion o 12-18 years 6) Intimacy vs Isolation o 18-40 years 7) Generativity vs Stagnation o 40-65 years 8) Ego Integrity vs Despair o 65-Death  Let’s explore the clip about these stages: “Erickson’s Stages of Development”  Agents of Socialization:  As we have discussed throughout the course, there are many people and groups who act as “agents of socialization”  “Individuals or groups who are most influenced in the process of teaching children the norms and values of a particular culture (p. 183)  Dr. Spock and his philosophies on child rearing  Agents of socialization in
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