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________ is the lifelong process of learning to become a member of the social world, beginning at birth and continuing until death.

Socialization

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_______ are the basic building blocks of socialization.

Interaction

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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.

Peer Groups

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___ refers to the perceptions we have of who we are.

Self

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Cooley created the ______-___ ____ is a reflective process that develops the self based on our interpretations and on internalization of the reactions of others.

Looking-glass self

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Mead explained that individuals take others into account by imagining themselves in the position of that other, a process called ____-_____

Role-taking

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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.

I
Me

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In the _____ ____, children under 3 are preparing for role-taking by observing others and copying their behaviors sounds and gestures.

Imitation Stage

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In the _____ ____, children from 3-5 having the ability to role-take, can take the role of 1 person at a time.

Play Stage

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In the ____ ____ a child develops the ability to take the role of multiple others concurrently and conform to societal expectations.

Game Stage

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The _______ ____is the build up of a composite of societal expectations tat the child learns from family peers and other organization.

Generalized Other

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____ _ _______ are celebrations or public recognition when individuals shift form one status to another.

Rites of passage

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________ 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.

Resocialization

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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.

Total Institution

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______ _ _______ 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

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_____ ____ _ _______ 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

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_______ _____ _ ______ are unofficial forces that shape values, beliefs, and behaviors in which socialization is not the express purpose.

informal Agents of Socialization

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____ ____ is the wealth, power, and prestige rankings that individuals hold in society.

Social Class

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_________ is the process by which immigrants create multinational social relations that link together their original societies with their new locations.

Transnationalism