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Textbook note-Chapter 13-Peer as Socialization Agents Nov 12

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Chapter 13
Nov, 12th, 2008
Extrafamilial Influences II: Peer as Socialization Agents
Who is a Peer and What Functions do Peer Serve?
- peers
o 2 or more persons who are operating at similar levels of behavioural
complexity
- mixed-age interactions
o interactions among children who differ by 1 yr or more in age
- mother only monkeys
o raised with only mothers and denied contact of peers
o the opposite is true for peer only monkeys
The Development of Peer Sociability
- sociability
o RQH¶VZLOOLQJQHVVWRLQWHUDFWZLWKRthers and to seek their attention or
approval
- social skills
o thoughts, action and emotion regulation that allow children to achieve
their goals while maintaining their relationships
- nonsocial activity
o watch others or play by themselves
- parallel play
o play along side other kids but do not influence each other
- associative play
o same as parallel play but now swap stuff with each other
- cooperative play
o social play, reciprocal feedback
- peer groups
o group of peers that interact regularly, have a set of norms to the group
membership
- cliques
o smaller set of ppl than peer groups who interact regularly
- crowd
o large group of peers made up of individual and cliques who share similar
norms, interests and values
o ie. Jocks, brains, ganstas etc.
Peer Acceptance and Popularity
- peer acceptance
o DPHDVXUHRIWKHSHUVRQ¶VOLNHDELOLW\RUQRWLQWKHH\HVRISHHUV
- sociometric techniques
o procedures that ask children to identify with those peers whom they like or
dislike
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Chapter 13 Nov, 12 , 2008 Extrafamilial Influences II: Peer as Socialization Agents Who is a Peer and What Functions do Peer Serve? - peers o 2 or more persons who are operating at similar levels of behavioural complexity - mixed-age interactions o interactions among children who differ by 1 yr or more in age - mother only monkeys o raised with only mothers and denied contact of peers o the opposite is true for peer only monkeys The Development of Peer Sociability - sociability o 4308ZLOOL3J308894L3907,.9ZL9K4thers and to seek their attention or approval - social skills o thoughts, action and emotion regulation that allow children to achieve their goals while maintaining their relationships - nonsocial activity o watch others or play by themselves - parallel play o play
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