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Socialization

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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOCA01H3
Professor
Malcolm Mac Kinnon

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Socialization
September 30
th
, 2010
-men and women present themselves differently in public
-men are not as picky about their appearance as women
-social pressure, want people to conform for a particular status
Statues set and role set
-in modern societies we have multiple statuses and multiple roles we have to play to keep
up with those statuses
October 7
th
, 2010
Mead’s Theory of the self
-The I is the creative self, an innovator, the I can look at social courses and can say if it
agrees or not; the me is the robot, the part of the self that has internalized what social
courses wants you to absorb
-the “I” can reflect back on myself
-we are exposed to similar or distinct patterns of socialization
-boys and girls are socialized differently; ex. Girls are discouraged from aggressive
behavior, but guys are more likely to engage in that behavior
-socialization and biology; nature and nurture
-culture tells you what, when, what time, and how to eat; nature, all humans must eat
-nature, all humans are supposed to eat but culture tells you where and how to sleep
Rene Spitz Study
-Socialization improves intellectual functioning
-children who are constantly put down are not as well adjusted as children who are not
Dilemmas of Childhood and Adolescent Socialization
-in traditional societies primary socialization time is short
-once in school children begin to develop trends and this is a secondary form of
socialization
Gender Roles, the Mass Media and the Feminist Approach to Socialization
-90% of violent crimes are committed by men
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Socialization th September 30 , 2010 -men and women present themselves differently in public -men are not as picky about their appearance as women -social pressure, want people to conform for a particular status Statues set and role set -in modern societies we have multiple statuses and multiple roles we have to play to keep up with those statuses th October 7 , 2010 Meads Theory of the self -The I is the creative self, an innovator, the I can look at social courses and can say if it agrees or not; the me is the robot, the part of the self that has internalized what social courses wants you to absorb -the I can reflect back on myself -we are exposed to similar or distinct patterns of socialization -boys and girls are socialized differently; ex. Girls are discouraged from aggres
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