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SOC 2001 - Chapter 4

Socialization Over the Life Course
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Lisa Smith

on 14 October 2011

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Transcript of SOC 2001 - Chapter 4

Socialization Over the Life Course
Personality
Social Participation
or Deprivation
Socialization
Chapter 4
Permanent Learning
Participation in a group
Follow the Herd
Family
School
Beliefs, Values
Behaviors
Social Isolation
Lack of Contact
vs.
Closeness & Comfort
Lack of Contact
Abnormal behaviors
Hostility
Withdrawn
Void of emotion
Abusive
Young or Elderly
Necessary for socialization
Intimacy
Warmth
Physical Contact
Closeness and Comfort
Harlow's Rhesus Monkey
Self
Charles Horton Cooley
Looking Glass Self
Self-concept - imagined
Our perception of others' judgment of us
Others become mirrors
How we appear to others
Reflections of our true self
Look beyond the self
Develop new perceptions and
Expectations
Significant others
Valued opinion – outside of self
Role taking – another’s viewpoint
Case Study
Select two cases from the recent news that discussed abuse, neglect and social isolation of children. The perpetrators can be parents or strangers.
How does abuse affect the child based on the following theorists:
Freud
Erikson
As a child of abuse matures, what type of cognitive developments would Piaget discuss?
George Herbert Mead
Imitation stage
Role taking
Imagination
Play stage
Adopting roles
Game Stage
Specific Rules
Regulations
Expectations
I = spontaneous unpredictable
ME = conformity
Jane Elliot - A Class Divided
Psychoanalytic Perspective
Freud - Personality
Id
Impulsive
Pleasure
Ego
Realistic
Superego
Moral
DeSocialization,
Resocialization and Institutions
Separation from Society
Extreme Isolation
Controlled
Manipulated
Total institutions
Colleges
Military Base
Mental hospitals
Asylums
Prisons
Remove old norms
Values
Attitudes
Behavior
Resocialization
Adopt new norms
Rewards
Punishments
Military
Anticipatory Socialization
Prepare to learn new ideals
Socialization of the Young
Hidden curriculum
Family - teach
Norm
Beliefs
Practices

School
Peer groups
Hidden curriculum

Media
Adulthood - Early/Middle
Work/Career
Marriage
Children
Late Adulthood
Retirement
Legacy
Death
Case Study -
After viewing the Jane Elliott experiments under the Extra Credit Resource section, provide answers for the following:

Identify the independent variable with groups
Identify the dependent variable
Explain the experiment setup using the control/experimental groups, and sample used
How can the setup be used to influence the desocialization and resocialization of employees

Discuss how managers can use similar techniques employed by Jane Elliott to influence employees' behaviors.

If you would like to re-view the Jane Elliott program "A Class Divided", please use the following link to the PBS Frontline Website:

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/divided/etc/view.html

Select the program entitled -

The Daring Lesson,
Day Two,
Teaching it to Adults
How the Adults Reacted
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