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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC101Y1
Professor
Robert Brym
Semester
Fall

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Sociology Study Notes Chapter 3SocializationTermsAdult Socialization process by which adults take on new statuses ad acquire new and different social identitiesAgents of Socialization the individuals groups and institutions that impart and from which we acquire the range of information required to interact effectively and participate in society Anticipatory Socialization involves beginning to take on the norms and behaviors of a role you aspire to but do not yet occupy Game Stagechildren have developed a generalized impression of the behavior peopleexpect as well as awareness of their own importance to the group and viseversa third and final development stage describe by MeadGeneralized Other is a conception of how people in general will respond in a situation internalized I is the subjective or active part of the self according to MeadImitative Stage children two years old and under do not interact effectively with others because they cannot take the role of the other they merely imitate the behavior of others first developmental stage described by Mead Instincts are inborn patterns of behavior that are often responses to specific stimuliLookingGlass Self suggests that the gestures and reactions of others are a mirror in which we see ourselves Me is the objective element of the self according to MeadPeer Group comprises individuals who are usually of the same age and enjoy approximately equal statuses
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