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SI; CHPT 11 FAMILIES AND SOCIALIZATION TEXT AND LECTURE STUDY NOTES.doc

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC103H1
Professor
Busha Taa
Semester
Winter

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Social Institutions Chapter 11 Study Notes TermsFamily any social unit or set of social relations that does what families are popularly imagined to do by whatever means it does so Nuclear Family a group that usually consists of a father a mother and their children living in the same dwelling Extended Family multiple generations of relatives living together or several adult siblings with their spouses and children who share a dwelling and resourcesCensus Family household that includes two spousesopposite or same sex married or cohabiting living together longer than one yearwith or without nevermarried childrenSocialization lifelong social learning a person undergoes to become a capable member of society through social interaction with others and in response to social pressures Primary Socialization learning that takes place in the early years of a persons life that is crucial to the formation of an individuals personality Secondary Socialization learning that occurs after childhood usually involving learning specific roles norms attitudes or beliefs and sometimes involving selfimposed learningAnticipatory Socialization learning about and preparing for future roles built on accumulated learning Resocialization learning within social institutions aimed at retraining or reprogramming people Functionalism theory
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