SOC100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Observational Learning, Behaviorism, Sigmund Freud

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Socialization: a learning process that involves development or changes in the individual"s sense of self. Primary socialization is socialization that occurs during childhood. Secondary socialization is the socialization that occurs later in life. [sf] talcott parsons; socialization as end result - internalization. Internalization: taking social norms, roles, and values into one"s own mind. Society - primary factor responsible for how individuals learned to think and behave. Importance of socialization: genie wiley - devoid of social experience. Discovered in 1970: locked in an isolated room in parents" house. 13 years old - appeared to be 6 or 7 (poor physical development). Missed critical stages in social and language development. Never recovered from the effects of lack of social experience/socialization. Abuse in foster care - reverted back to silence - state home. Determinism: the degree to which a person"s behaviour, attitudes, and other personal characteristics are determined or caused by a specific factor.

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