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Sociology - E2 - P1

Sociology - Exam 2 - Part 1 - Chapter 3 & 4

lifelong social experience by which people develop their human potential & learn culture Socialization
person’s fairly consistent patterns of acting, thinking, & feeling Personality
developed the Theory of Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud
Elements of personality – basic drives id
Elements of personality – balancing force ego
Elements of personality – morals, internalized values super ego
developed the Stages of developing reason Jean Piaget
Stages of developing reason - birth to 2 Sensorimotor
Stages of developing reason - 2 to 7 Preoperational
Stages of developing reason - 7 to 11 Concrete operational
Stages of developing reason - about age 12 Formal operational
part of an individual’s personality composed of self-awareness & self-image self
developed concept of "self" George Herbert Mead
self-image based on how we THINK others see us looking glass self
developed concept of "looking glass self" Charles Horton Cooley
Agents of Socialization Family, Peer group, Schools, Mass media
members have common interests, social position, & age Peer group
means for delivering impersonal communications to a vast audience Mass media
stages from birth to death Life course
Death and Dying stages Kubler-Ross
people are isolated from the rest of society & manipulated by an administrative staff Total institution
radically changing a person’s personality by controlling the environment Resocialization
process by which people act and react in relation to others Social Interaction
relatively stable patterns of social behavior Social Structure
social position a person holds Status
Status received involuntarily Ascribed status
Status earned Achieved status
status that has special importance for social identity Master status
all statuses a person holds at a given time Status set
behavior expected of someone who holds a particular status Roles
number of roles attached to a single status Role set
Difference between role and status: You hold a status. You perform a role.
conflict among the roles connected to 2 or more statuses Role conflict
tension among the roles connected to a single status Role strain
process by which people disengage from important social roles Role exit
Process of becoming an “ex” Doubt Imagine Tipping point
process by which people creatively shape reality through social interaction Social Construction of Reality
Study of the way people make sense of their everyday surroundings Ethnomethodology
Personal spaces Intimate, Personal, Social, Public
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