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Who Are You?

Preliminary Society And Culture Topic 2 - Personal and Social Identity
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Shani Hartley

on 12 May 2017

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Syllabus
The focus of this study is the process of socialisation, and the development and coming of age of individuals in a variety of social and cultural settings.
Which theorist do you think has the
best idea of what growing up is about?
How much have you grown up so far?
Who are you?
Where does your identity and
sense of self come from?
Socialisation

Personality

Nature vs nurture

Family and kinship

Class and status
Maslow
Piaget
Kohlberg
Erikson
Physical Cognitive Moral Emotional Social
school

peers

family

media

beliefs

culture

class

location
References:
Maslow's hierarchy: http://www.redwoods.edu/Departments/Distance/Tutorials/MaslowsHierarchy/maslows_print.html
Piaget's stages: http://projects.coe.uga.edu/epltt/index.php?title=Piaget's_Stages
Kohlberg's stages: http://faculty.css.edu/dswenson/web/OB/kohlberg.html
Erikson's stages: http://www3.uakron.edu/witt/adol/selfidentity.htm
What is adolescence?
What makes you an adolescent?
How does adolescence differ across cultures?
How is adolescence a social construct?
When will you come of age?
•What life-stages and rites of passages have you been through and are yet to come?
•How have your rights and responsibilities changed and what else are to come?
•How much power and authority do you have? How much do you want?
•What makes you male/female? When will you become a man/woman?
•When can you decide about your sexuality?
•How does your ethnicity influence your maturing process?
What influences your socialisation process?
Adolescence
http://www.soc.ucsb.edu/faculty/baldwin/classes/soc142/scznDEF.html
http://www.apa.org/topics/personality/index.aspx
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