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Sociologhy Quiz #2

Principal Factors the influence personalityNumber 1: Birth order
Principal Factors the influence personalityNumber 2: Parental Characteristics
Principal Factors the influence personalityNumber 3: Cultural environment
Principal Factors the influence personalityNumber 4: Heredity
Tabula Rise(Clean Slate theory)Humans are bown without a personality. Personality is construsted entirely from social experiences. Making a mold. John watson steals this idea for psycologhy John Locke
Looking Glass Self. Individuals develop an image of themselves based on how we feel we look to others. Other people act as a mirror for our image. Charles Cooley
CCImagine how we appear to others Step 1
CCAnalyze Reactions from others to support image Step 2
CC Perception of others helps us determine our feelings about ourselves Step 3
Role Taking ( Cooleys idea to extreme)Self consists of two important parts the "I" and the "Me". George Hebert Mead
Un-socialized, spontanous, self interested I
Part of identity that is aware of expectations of society. Me
Imitation Step 1
Play Step 2
Games Step 3
Women more likely to be concerned with personal relationships and personal loyalities.Men- abstract principes. Either is right or is wrong, no personal relationship. Carol Gilligan
The 8 stages Erik Erikson
EETrust vs Mistrust Infancy
Autonomy vs Doubt and shame Toddlerhood
Initiative vs guilt Preschool
Industrious vs Inferiority Preadolescence
Gaining identity vs confusion Adolescence
Intimacy vs Isolation Young adulthood
Making a difference vs self absorbtion Middle Adulthood
Integrity Vs Despair Old Age
Breaking down of previous values, new ones in its place Degradation ceremony
Learning new norms Resocialazation
Status given to you at birth or that i didnt earn Ascribed Stataus
Status you earned Achieved Status
Title you or and individual hold within a society, either earned or given at birth Status
Expectations or behaviors that are tied to status Roles
Created by: Tkuske54