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Soc 101 test 1

Theories of Socialization

Who had the idea of the "looking glass self"? Charles Horton Cooley
What is the 3 step process for the "looking glass self"? 1. Imagine how you present yourself to others. 2. Imagine how others judge you. 3. Develop feelings about yourself.
Who had the idea of the "I" and "me"? George Herbert Mead
Who did Mead study? Children
What is the "I"? Gut reaction, the true you
What is the "me"? Social self
What is the 3 stage process in the "I" and "me"? 1. Preparatory -- Children imitate others 2. Play -- pretend to be other people 3. Game -- associates tasks
What ideas did Erving Goffman have? Dramaturgical approach, impression management, and face work.
What is dramaturgical approach? People resemble performers in action
What is impression management? The changing of the presentation of self
What is face work? Face saving behavior that results from being embarrased.
Created by: Mhay