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Socialization Unit 3

Sociology Mrs. Furbush

Harry Harlow conducted research that concluded that infant monkeys need intimancy, warmth, physical contact, & comfort
Peer Group a set of individauls of roughly the same age & interests
Imitation Stage when children (ages 1-2) begin to imitate behaviors without understanding why
Significant Others Those people whose reactions are most important to you
Play Stage When children (ages 3-4) act in ways that they imagine other people would
Looking-glass self An imagine of yourself based on what you believe others think of you
Agents of Socialization Family, School, Peer Groups, Mass Media
Anticipatory Socialization the voluntary process of preparing to accept new norms, values, attitudes, & behaviors
Self-concept An image of yourself as having an identity separate from other people
Total Institutions Places were residents are separated from the rest of society, e.g. prison,cult, or a mental hospital
Desocialization Process by which people give up old norms, values, attitudes, & behavior
Resocialization Process in which people adopt new norms, values, attitudes, & behaviors
Game Stage When children become able to consider the roles of several people at the same time. In this stage, children start to gear their behavior toward the norms of the group.
Reference Group Group whose norms and values are used to guide behavior; group with whom you identify
Hidden Curriculum the informal and unofficial aspects of culture taught in schools such as cooperation, discipline, and a sense of time
Socialization Process of learning how to participate in group life
Genie, Anna, & Isabelle case studies of isolated children supporting Harlow's monkey research
Rene Spitz In 1945, explored development in institutionalized children; found that these children were more likely to be physically, mentally, and socially retarded
The Value of Play Children learn: Cooperation & Negotiation, Sharing & Compromise, Following Rules, Self-esteem, Self-control
George Herbert Mead Individuals learn not only how to see themselves as others see them, but also how to take the role of others
When does socialization start? At birth & continues throught our lives
Created by: sfurbush