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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC101
Professor
Barry Mc Clinchey
Lecture
4

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SOC 101 001: Lecture 4
SOCIOLOGY Lecture 4 Chapter 6 and 7
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
George Herbert Mead
- I, the element of the self that is spontaneous, creative, impulsive and at times unpredictable
- Me, helps to control the I, the self-reflective part of the consciousness that thinks about how
to behave
- Significant others, those around us whom we want approval from (parents, peers, etc.)
- Generalized other, the attitudes, viewpoints and expectations of society that are internalized
- Role-taking, process of mentally assuming the perspective of another
MEAD’S DEVELOPMENT OF SELF
- Preparatory Stage (birth to age 3)
- Play Stage (ages 3-5)
- Game Stage (elementary school years)
o Primary Socialization
o Secondary Socialization
SYMBOLIC INTERATIONISM, CONT’D
“Looking Glass” (Cooley)
- The imagination of our appearance to the other person
- The imagination of his judgment of that appearance
- Some sort of self-feeling, such as pride of mortification
PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
SIGMUND FREUD: Elements of personality
- The id
- The superego
- The ego
ERIK ERIKSON: 8 Stages of Development
- 1. Infancy: Birth to 18 Months
o Ego Development Outcome
o Basic Strength
- 2. Early Childhood
- 3. Play Age: 3-5 years
- 4. School Age: 6-12 years
- 5. Adolescence: 12-18 years
- 6. Young Adult
- 7. Middle Adult
- 8. Late Adult
Agents of Socialization
- Family
- Mass media
- The peer group
- School
- Religion
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