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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOCA01H3
Professor
Malcolm Mac Kinnon

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Socialization Socialization is the learning of knowledge, skills, motivations & identities as our genetic potential interacts w our social envt - how culture is transmitted & acquired - social determinism important social facts in making human beings - social forces shape the way we act, feel - social programming - begins at birth and continues through life - shaped by where you are The Self & Socialization - in the course of socialization, one develops a self awareness of ideas & attitudes about ones personal & social identity - among the important early theorists who analyzed the development of the self are Freud, Piaget, Cooley & Mead Patterns of Socialization - include language, values, responsibilities- is being accountable for your own actions, social class-has an impact on how children. - Nuclear family-has little socialisation - They can be patterns in the family-ie children in an order taking caar of each other - Another explain of patterns is gender in children. - Patterns within family you have boy socialisation: boys tend to be socialised differently than girls. Parents do not like girls to be involved in rough play. Socialization & biology (nature i
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