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Sociology Chapter 4


Mass Media Instills values & norms
Hidden Cirriculum Schools provide education & other values deemed important later in life
Agents of Socialization Provide structured situations where socialization occurs
Thomas Theorem If people define situations as real, they are real in consequences
Impression Management We work to control the impressions people have of us
Dramaturgy Compares social interaction to theater, where individuals take on roles & act them out for an audience
Erving Goffman Said we create meanings through interaction
Acquisition of Language Makes relationships
George Herbert Mead Expanded Cooley's ideas, self created through social interaction, & that it starts in childhood
Charles Cooley Believed sense of self depends on seeing oneself reflected in interactions with others
Sigmund Freud Psychoanalyst, subconscious, & conscious mind which he believed most of our thoughts, drives, & impulses, & behaviors are controlled by
Nature Vs. Nurture Debate Are we who we are because of genetics, or society?
Self Our experience of a personal identity, which is separate & different from all other people
Created by: aleahgoodson