Flashcards in CH4 Deck (19):
________ is the lifelong process of learning to become a member of the social world, beginning at birth and continuing until death.
_______ are the basic building blocks of socialization.
At the micro level, parents and _____ ______, are roughly equal in some status within the society, such as age or occupation, influence children to "fit in" and have fun.
___ refers to the perceptions we have of who we are.
Cooley created the ______-___ ____ is a reflective process that develops the self based on our interpretations and on internalization of the reactions of others.
Mead explained that individuals take others into account by imagining themselves in the position of that other, a process called ____-_____
Parts of Self:
_ is the spontaneous, unpredictable, impulsive, and largely unorganized aspect of the self.
_ is the part of self that has learned the rules of society through interaction and role-taking.
In the _____ ____, children under 3 are preparing for role-taking by observing others and copying their behaviors sounds and gestures.
In the _____ ____, children from 3-5 having the ability to role-take, can take the role of 1 person at a time.
In the ____ ____ a child develops the ability to take the role of multiple others concurrently and conform to societal expectations.
The _______ ____is the build up of a composite of societal expectations tat the child learns from family peers and other organization.
____ _ _______ are celebrations or public recognition when individuals shift form one status to another.
Rites of passage
________ is the process of shedding one or more positions and taking on others, which involves learning new norms, behaviors, and values suitable to the newly acquired status.
Re-socialization may take place in a ___ ________, a place that cuts people off from the rest of society and totally controls their lives in the process of re-socialization.
______ _ _______ are the transmitters of culture, the people, organization, and institutions that help us define our identity and teach us how to thrive in our social world.
Agents of Socialization
_____ ____ _ _______ are official or legal agents whose purpose is to socialize the individual into the values, beliefs, and behaviors of the culture.
Formal Agents of Socialization
_______ _____ _ ______ are unofficial forces that shape values, beliefs, and behaviors in which socialization is not the express purpose.
informal Agents of Socialization
____ ____ is the wealth, power, and prestige rankings that individuals hold in society.