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Becoming a member of the Society
Transcript of Becoming a member of the Society
Identity SHORT FILM (Award Winning)
Difference Between Norms and Values
Values are general guidelines, while norms are specific guidelines.
Values are general standards, which decide what is good and what is bad. Norms are rules and expectations that specify how people should and should not behave in various social situations.
Conformity and Deviance
Conformity and deviance are two responses to real or imagined pressures from others. Conformity means going along one’s peers—individuals of a person’s own status. A recruit entering military service will typically conform to the habits and language of other recruits.
Social control is a concept that refers to the ways in which people’s thoughts, feelings, appearance, and behavior are regulated in social systems.
One way this is done is through coercion, from imprisoning those who commit a crime to physicians administering drugs that make difficult patients more manageable.
TYPES OF DEVIANCE:
A. Mertons Anomie or Role Strain model
B. Symbolic Interractionism
C. Conflict theory:
D. Gender/Ethnicity/Sexuality studie
Please don't hesitate to ask. :)
BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY
PRESENTED BY: PANGAN, ABE, CRISTOBAL, DE LA PAZ, RAFAEL, SANTAYANA
The process of learning how to live in a way acceptable to one's own society.
The process by which an individual adopts the behaviour patterns of the culture in which he or she is immersed.
Identity formation is the development of an individual's distinct personality by which he or she is recognized or known.
(Cultural Identity, National Identity, Religious Identity).