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University of British Columbia
SOCI 100
Debra Pentecost

10/22/2012 11:04:00 AM Life course – not examined Socialization (Lifelong Process) o Learn culture o Develop sense of self o Become functioning members of society 3 Aspects to Socialization 1. Structure and process of sociocultural influence on attitudes/behaviors of individual (social institutions family, school, subcultures) 2. Ways individual affects agents of socialization (parents, teachers, brothers/sisters) 3. Ways learning roles takes place Social Experience: Key to our Humanity o Critical important of social contact to become a human being o Without social experience, personality doesn‟t develop o Nature/nurture Social Isolation o Impact on rhesus monkeys – Harlows‟ experiment 1962  6 months complete isolation – disturb development o Impact on children – Anna (5 years isolation) and Genie (rescued at 13 – mental development of 1 year old)  Intense rehabilitation effort – only capable of approximating normal life Theories to understand human development o Sigmund Freud (1856-1939 Vienna, Austria) o Basic human needs (or drives)  Eros (bonding-life instinct)  Thanatos (aggressive-death instinct)  Opposing forces - operate at unconscious level o Personality Model (combined needs of self and society)  Id: basic drives (instinct, body, unconscious drives)  Ego: strives for balance (thought mind conscious motives)  Superego: culture within (our conscience, morality) Jean Piaget – Cognitive Development: How people think & understand o Stages of development  Sensorimotor – (0-2yrs) sensory contact of world – everything in the mouth  Preoperational – (2-7yrs) language acquisition (no abstractions)  Concrete Operational – (7-11yrs) causal reasoning  Formal Operational – (12yrs on) abstract, critical thinking Lawrence Kohlberg – Moral Development: How judge something as right or wrong o Stages
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