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Personal Cycle of Socialization (Example)

This presentation takes an in-depth look at my socialization and critically analyzes some of the salient points of my identity.
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Jaimie Symulko

on 12 June 2014

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The Cycle of Socialization
Antonio Barrio
"Our socialization begins before we are born, with no choice on our part" (Harro, 2000).
The Beginning
Dominate Groups
Subordinate Groups
Male
Middle Class
Able Bodied
English Speaking
Gay
Hispanic
No Religious Beliefs
First Socialization
Family
Mother and Father
Paternal Grandparents
Messages:
Hard Work Leads to Success
School and Family are Important
Models of way to be
Institutaional and Cultrual Socialization
Institutions:
School
Onate High School
Came out in High School
"Gay and lesbian people are sick and perverted"

Televison and the Media
Stereotypical Messages
All hispanics speak spanish
All Gay Men Are Feminine (Mannerisms and gestures)



Culture:
Patterns of thought
Success is an Idividual Effort
Enforcements
Discrimination:
Verbally abused at school
Skipped classes
Been followed around in stores (because I was Hispanic)
Results
Examining My Target Identity:
Anger (at People's Ignorance)

Isolated (or Dissonance)
Examining My Agent Identities:

High Levels of Stress (Having to live up to the expectations of others)

Achieve high professional qualification
Direction For Change
Educate and Challenge the Status Quo:
Empowerment
Learning more about others and myself
Taking this Multicultural Education Class

Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”

Maria Robinson quotes
"Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”

~ Maria Robinson
Thank You
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