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Cycle of Socialization

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Antonio Barrio

on 25 February 2011

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Transcript of Cycle of Socialization

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Homework- Cycle of Socialization Quick Sketch The Cycle of Socialization Antonio Barrio The Beginning Dominate Groups Subordinate Groups Male Middle Class Able Bodied English Speaking Hispanic No Religious Beliefs Gay First Socialization Family: Mother and Father

Brother and Sister Paternal Grandparents Messages: Hard Work Leads to Success School and Family are Important Models of way to be Institutional and Cultural Socialization Institutions:
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 Followed in stores (because I was Hispanic) Verbally harassed in school Discrimination: Skipped Class Results Anger (at People's Ignorance)

Isolated (or Dissonance) Examining My Target Identity: Examining My Agent Identities:

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

Achieve high professional qualification Direction for Change Empowerment
Learning more about others and myself
Taking this Multicultural Education Class
Educate and Challenge the Status Quo: "Our socialization begins before we are born, with no choice on our part" (Harro, 2000).
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