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SOCPSY 1Z03 Final: SOCIALIZATION
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Fall 2016

Department
Social Psychology
Course Code
SOCPSY 1Z03
Professor
Paul Galvin
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Final

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SOCIALIZATION
¬ how ppl learn/recreate social and cultural continuity
Types of socailization
primary socialization
happens when a child learns the values, norms, and behaviours that should be
displayed in order to live accordingly to a specific culture
eg. child hears father swear at old lady, now he thinks the behaviour is socially
acceptable
secondary socialization
when a person learns appropriete social behaviour from a smaller group
eg. a highscool grad chooses business undergraduate program after
participating in a small group career seminar led by college busines major
anticipatory
wherein a person practices/rehearsals future social relationships
eg. a child anticipates parenthood as he observes his parents perform their
daily roles
re-socialization
involves rejecting previours behaviour paterns and replacing them w/ new ones so
the individual can shift from one part of his life to another
Perspectives on Socialization
developmental theory
children grow physically, devlop motor skills, and begin in various social behaviours
at relatively same times
social learning theory
a process of children learning the shared meanings of the groups in which they are
reared
interpretive theory
socialization occurs primarily through social interaction - learning through
interactions
social structural
socialization is organized according to the seqeunce of social roles that individuals
occupy over their lifetime (son, student, parent, etc.)
The Case of Genie - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJ5Vrc4lJmQ
primary socialization largely absent
limited social interaction w/ paretns
confined to room and specific situations
key processes identified by social learning theory being absent
instrumental conditioning
shaping: gradually increase correspondance btwn the learner’s behaviour and
the desired response
external reinforcement vs internal reinforcement
observational learning
genie’s isolation meant little opportunity to observe behaviours
has little aptitude for the three components of language
1. phonology - sound system
2. lexicon - words and their associated meanings
3. grammar - rules for combining words

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find more resources at oneclass.com SOCIALIZATION ¬ how ppl learn/recreate social and cultural continuity Types of socailization primary socialization happens when a child learns the values, norms, and behaviours that should be displayed in order to live accordingly to a specific culture eg. child hears father swear at old lady, now he thinks the behaviour is socially acceptable secondary socialization when a person learns appropriete social behaviour from a smaller group eg. a highscool grad chooses business undergraduate program after participating in a small group career seminar led by college busines major anticipatory wherein a person practices/rehearsals future social relationships eg. a child anticipates parenthood as he observes his parents perform their daily roles re-socialization involves rejecting previours behaviour paterns and replacing them w/ new ones so the individual can shift from one part of his life to another Perspectives on Socialization developmental theory children grow physically, devlop motor skills, and begin in various social behaviours at relatively same times social learning theory a process of children learning the shared meanings of the groups in which they are reared interpretive theory socialization occurs primarily through social interaction - learning through
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