SOC SCI 164D Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Skills, Telomere

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13 Nov 2016
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Social skills developing and changes influence by friends, school environment, culture. The hormones also turn on an instinctive drive. All youth want to belong to a group, something bigger than themselves. When in a group, you adopt the group behavior. If you obey their rules, you get punishment. This is the stage when teenagers join in gangs. Everybody desire this, sort of instinctual in nature. Group behaviors usually starts between 11 and tends to end around 18ish. Grouping is natural tends to be a function of: During this time parent(s) are put on the back burner: friends become more important. There are two common behaviors encountered with every type of group. Grouping and choosing a social (group) identity. If you remove the group identity we need to replace it. Telling kids to get out of a gang is like telling them to drop their group identity. It needs to be replaced with another group identity.

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