SOCA01H3 Chapter 4: chapter 4 soca01

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socialization how one learns about their culture and how they discover themselves as they interact with others; including the norms, values, and roles. role the behavior that is expected of someone that belongs to a particular position in society. ren spitz: discovered the significance of socialization, compared children brought up in an orphanage with those that were raised in a prison nursing home. mothers cared for the children in the home; only 6 nurses to 45 children in the orphanage. we are able to learn how to control our impulses, think of ourselves as parts of different groups, believe in certain values, and maintain and perform certain roles in society. as babies, we cry because we want something, and are satisfied with food, care, and affection as the responses we get. This is the type of socialization that we attain during infancy.

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